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Yognidra technique (in its present form) is developed by Swami Satyanand Saraswati affiliated to Bihar School of Yoga, Munger and is derived from the esoteric system of Nyasa, as described in the tantric scriptures. This method is a systematic approach for consciously moving into the deeper realms of personality. It removes fatigue, improves emotional stability and eases mental tensions associated with any patient suffering from a prolonged illness. It helps revitalize and reorganize one's life, no matter what the ailment is.

In 'Shoonya' meditation, one is able to dissolve into nothingness. It enables a person to free himself of restrictions of body and mind and brings peace. It involves absolute concentration on the physiological and psychological experiences one encounters in the process. Initially, just after six months of practicing 'Yoganidra', I could experience a steady progress which was exciting and motivating. I was independent of steroids and slowly back to my regular energetic routine of handling my plywood business. The one constant from the day I started learning yoga was to keep practicing it very regularly without missing it even for a single day. Diet too played an important role in shaping what I am today; a fit and healthier myself after facing years of agony and despair which almost took my life.

Yoga is a system of living with sense and science of the realization of ultimate values and altruistic missions of life.
Yoga evolves a harmonious order in mind, matter and man.
Yoga is an absolute departure from basic animal tendencies.
Yoga is a state of aloofness from the artificialities of life and relationship.

Yoga is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion. It is the most valuable inheritance of the present. It is the essential need of today and the culture of tomorrow!
--Swami Satyananda Saraswati

Yoga is the science of right living and, as such is intended to be incorporated in daily life. It works on all aspects of the person: the physical, vital, mental, emotional, psychic and spiritual.
The science of yoga begins to work on the outermost aspect of the personality, the physical body, which for most people is a practical and familiar starting point. When imbalance is experienced at this level, the organs, muscles and nerves no longer function in harmony, rather they act in opposition to each other. For instance, the endocrine system might become irregular and the efficiency of the nervous system decreases to such an extent that a disease will manifest.

Yoga aims at bringing the different bodily functions into perfect coordination so that they work for the good of the whole body.
From the physical body, yoga moves on to the mental and emotional levels. Many people suffer from phobias and neuroses as a result of the stresses and interaction of everyday living. Yoga cannot provide a cure of life but it does present a proven method for coping with it. Swami Sivananda of Rishikesh explained yoga as an "integration and harmony between thought, word and deed, or integration between head, heart and hand".
Through the practices of yoga, awareness develops of the interrelation between the emotional, mental and physical levels, and how a disturbance in any one of these affects the others. Gradually, this awareness leads to an understanding of the more subtle areas of existence.

Bihar Yoga/Satyananda Yoga : The Hub Of Integrated Yogic Power
Bihar Yoga/Satyananda Yoga is a system of yoga developed by Swami Satyananda Saraswati and his lineage which incorporates practices derived from ancient and traditional sources. Yoga is a science perfected by the ancient seers of humanity; a practical system and a complete method of transforming the human personality. Yoga is universal in its application, leading to all-round development of body, mind and spirit.

Bihar School of Yoga
Bihar School of Yoga (BSY) was established at Munger in 1963. Since its inception, BSY has been recognized and respected worldwide as a yoga teaching institution of the highest standard. Today, BSY is internationally recognized as a reputed and authentic centre for learning yoga and the spiritual sciences. People from all parts of the world come to receive yoga training and to participate in an inspired vision of life based on the yogic traditions. In a span of 45 years this institution has become a focal point for the global revival of the eternal teachings of yoga.
The system of yoga developed by Swami Satyananda and his successors is recognized worldwide as the Bihar Yoga or Satyananda Yoga tradition and is propagated by BSY through its teaching.
The hallmark of Bihar School of Yoga is the integration of all aspects of yoga. Integral yoga educates and develops the whole person- head, heart and hands.