Who we are?
The International Institute of Yoga Consciousness is a small group of people who are trained in yoga methodology which rooted in the Himalayan yoga tradition of Yoga guru His Holyness Ramlal Prabhuji.
IIYC sadhakas (yoga participants) practice to attain yoga consciousness through a perfect integrated personality.
Practice to attain a perfect integrated personality involves a systematic training in the physical, mental and spiritual planes through the method of Anushtana Yoga Vedanta. In other words application of yoga philosophy is a systematic application of Eastern philosophy through practice and analysis that guides body, mind and heart in harmony.
What we do?
IIYC Yoga nidra brisbane provides the training and guidance for those small number of highly motivated individuals who are keen in learning and practice Anusthana Yoga Vedanta.
We conduct training workshops, retreats and camps and provide a systematic learning and practice of Anusthana Yoga Vedanta.
The training includes Yoga exercises (Yoga Asanas), Breathing exercises, relaxation and medication training. Interactive sessions on various subjects related to yoga and eastern philosophy.
What is yoga consciousness?
Everybody is experiencing the three states of consciousness every day namely wakeful, dream and deep sleep
In wakeful consciousness i.e, when we are awake, we can ‘experience’ (through senses), analyse, think and act on things what we perceived. We are fully aware of what we are doing.
In dream consciousness, we experience similar things to the wakeful consciousness but act in the dream. Once we wake up we realize that they are not ‘real’
What is our path?
Our path is a triangular approach to attain Yoga Consciousness.
1. Physical training involving yoga Asanas, pranayama and other yoga practices derived from Raja Yoga and Hata Yoga scripts.
2. Practice of ethics and morals
3. Understanding Philosophy with special reference to Eastern Philosophy where there are established links to yoga training and practice of ethics and morals.
If an individual works on each of the above three aspects simultaneously to achieve perfection, then the yoga consciousness will develop and lead towards self-realisation or