Surya Namaskar - Sun Salutation

"SURYA, AN ENDURING SYMBOL"​

Open the Root Chakra (red). This chakra is based on being physically aware and feeling comfortable in many situations. If opened, you should feel well-balanced and sensible, stable and secure. You don’t distrust people around you for no reason. You feel present in what is happening right now, and very connected to your physical body. If it’s under-active: you tend to be fearful or nervous, and easily feel unwelcome. If it’s over-active: you may be materialistic and greedy. You feel as if you should be secure and are unwelcome to a change.

When Rama, during his 14-year-old exile, wandered to the hermitage of Agastya with wife Sit a and brother Lakshmana, the sage became his father-figure and source of guidance. Agastya gifted Rama the bow of Vishnu. Their friendship continued after the battle of Lanka ended, with the sage accompanying Rama to Ayodhya. The sage Agastya to Rama on the battlefield before fighting the demon king Ravana.,. Agastya teaches Aaditya Hrudayam and Soorya Namaskaaraas to Rama, who is fatigued after the long battle with various warriors of Lanka, the procedure of worshiping the Sun God for strength to defeat the enemy. This historic hymn starts at the beginning of the Battle with Ravana, when Lord Rama is fatigued and getting ready to fight. The mystical hymn is directed to the Sun God, the illustrious lord of all victories.

Soorya Namaskaar & Aditya hrudayam , is a energetic Aasanas and powerfull hymn associated with Aditya or the mobile Sun God (Surya) and was recited by After chanting this Hymn thre u should feel well-balanced and sensible, stable and secure. You don’t distrust people around you for no reason. You feel present in what is happening right now, and very connected to your physical body. If it’s under-active: you tend to be fearful or nervous, and easily feel unwelcome. If it’s over-active: you may be materialistic and greedy. You feel as if you should be secure and are unwelcome to a change.e times Sri Rama defeated Ravana.These verses belong to Yuddha Kanda (Book 6) Canto 107 (Yudda Kaanda,the chapter of war) contains 31 slokas in the Ramayana as composed by Agastya and compiled by Valmiki. The first of all epics in the world – written over hundreds of lakhs years ago, And for that matter, Sage Valmiki himself says that the prayer part is older than the epic itself. That must be obviously true, for, Sanskrit language existed in its poetic, prosaic and pristine form much before the penning of the epic.

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