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Tagged as: meditation. sleep. yogi. dream yoga. lucid dreaming. conscious sleep. consciousness.

"Ayya, an enlightened yogi from South India has been meditating in a cave on the mountain Arunachala, regarded by Hindus as one of the most sacred and revered sites. He has been meditating for 18 years, without moving and drinking just a glass of milk a day. Ayya does not sleep as he is said to be in the meditative conscious state that the yogis call, ‘the sleepless sleep" as Turiya"
The Dream Yoga, or conscious dreaming, or meditation throughout the night, brings full awareness into all aspects of life. The Buddhists call this Ösel.. which may subsume elements of lucid, conscious sleep without dreams and therefore may be engaged as a complement of Milam and Gyulu. Practitioner will not lose consciousness on the onset of sleep/death,

"Ayya, an enlightened yogi from South India has been meditating in a cave on the mountain Arunachala, regarded by Hindus as one of the most sacred and revered sites. He has been meditating for 18 years, without moving and drinking just a glass of milk a day. Ayya does not sleep as he is said to be in the meditative conscious state that the yogis call, ‘the sleepless sleep" as Turiya"

The Dream Yoga, or conscious dreaming, or meditation throughout the night, brings full awareness into all aspects of life. The Buddhists call this Ösel.. which may subsume elements of lucid, conscious sleep without dreams and therefore may be engaged as a complement of Milam and Gyulu. Practitioner will not lose consciousness on the onset of sleep/death,

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