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Print Book - The science of Yoga according to Lord Dattatreya (English)

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The fire that exists in the navel glows and governs the body by drinking the nectar that falls from the thousand petalled lotus in the head.
Gastric fire is fuelled by the nectar that flows down from the brain. Stomach is known as the lower brain. In the body, brain and stomach are the most important organs. The process of digestion otherwise called as the fire of Navel is controlled by the secretion of juices from the glands of brain. This process is indicated here in Yogic language. By controlling this process, the Yogi learns to control the rate of metabolism in his body. This is how he controls the ageing process of his body.

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The fire that exists in the navel glows and governs the body by drinking the nectar that falls from the thousand petalled lotus in the head. Gastric fire is fuelled by the nectar that flows down from the brain. Stomach is known as the lower brain. In the body, brain and stomach are the most important organs. The process of digestion otherwise called as the fire of Navel is controlled by the secretion of juices from the glands of brain. This process is indicated here in Yogic language. By controlling this process, the Yogi learns to control the rate of metabolism in his body. This is how he controls the ageing process of his body.

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Book Type Print Book
Publisher Panchawati Prachuranalu
Author R Satya Narayana Sarma
Number of Pages 62
Translator(s) No

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