Door Way to Yog (Book on quick relief from Joint Pains)

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Item Code: IDJ650
Author: Rameshwar Dass Gupta
Edition: 2007
ISBN: 8187062126
Pages: 80 (Illustrated throughout in Black & White)
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.3" X 5.4"
Weight 110 gm
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Book Description


(Dear Sadhak and Sadhikas, Children, Freiends, Brothers and Sisters)

This book entitled, Door Way to Yog' is before you. It will help you understand clearly everything about 'PAVANMUKTASAN' a category of yog technique.

This technique has been divided into seventeen parts, e.g. exercises for toes, ankles, knees, shoulders, chest, hips etc. Exercises have been given for all these parts of the body, sometimes more than one.

What does Pavan Muktasan mean? We must first of all understand this clearly. Pava means air. When the air inside the body gets polluted it results is many diseases. Mukta means free or freedom. Asan means posture. Pavan-muktasan, therefore, would mean those postures, the practice of which occur on account of the pollution of that air which is inside all parts of the body. It helps to make the body internally clean, free of diseases and healthy.

There are many joints in our body. Legs, neck, shoulders, elbows, writs, fingers, hips, knees, ankles etc. all contain joints. Lack of exercise and an incorrect way of living, wrong food etc. give rise to an accumulation of undesirable elements in the joints. The ari inside gets polluted resulting in stiffness, pain and swelling of the joints. It also gives rise to diseases connected with rheumatism, indigestion and gas.

The practice of Pavan-mukta-asan helps in the elimination of all undesirable elements in the various joints of the body. This helps the body to be free of gas, tension, stiffness of joints etc.

The practice of this Asan is not at all difficult. Even those people, who are averse to exercise or are not allowed to do any, can vary easily practice this asan. It is especially beneficial to people who are fat, weak and old. It is a boon for both men and women. It helps to trim a man's paunch and a woman's ungainly hips by dissolving the fat accumulated there. When the body is free of extra fat then one starts to fees healthy and energetic and looks shapely and proportionate.

People who work in offices and sit on chairs all day long or those, who stand in courts or lecture to classes and those who work on machines do not get the opportunity f bending their knees. As such they find it very difficult to sit cross-legged on the floor because their knee joints become stiff, and painful. They also develop paunches. All this results in indigestion, which makes the body unhealthy. Such people should practice Pavan-mukta-asan.

This category of asans should be practiced after the evacuation of bowels on an empty stomach. During the practice a person should not be in a hurry, it should be practiced with patience.

My experience tells me that pavan-mukta-asan is as effective as it is simple. Ten to fifteen minutes of practice of these asans can make any one free of the stiffness of joints rheumatism and diseases related to the stomach like, constipation, gas, indigestion, dyspepsia etc. It also helps to reduce excess fat. People who are naturally healthy will find that the practice of this Asan will help them to remain energetic, active, proportionate, attractive and free of disease. You will realize its value when you practise it.


  Foreword 3
  Acknowledgement 9
  Prayer 11
1. Exercises of the Toes 13
  Preparation 13
  Flexing your toes 13
  Benefits 14
2. Exercises of the Ankles 15
  1. Moving the feet forward and backwards from and ankle 15
  2. Rotating the right foot on the ankle 16
  3. Rotating the left foot on the ankle 16
  4. Rotating both feet on the ankles 17
  Benefits 17
3. Exercises for the Knees 18
  1. Flexing the right leg from the knee 18
  2. Flexing the left leg from the knee 18
  3. Rotating the right leg from the knee 18
  4. Rotating the left leg from the knee 20
  Benefits 20
4. Exercises of the Fingers 21
  Preparation 21
  1. Tensing of the phalanges 21
  2. Tensing your palms and fingers 22
  3. Tightening your fist 22
  Benefits 23
5. Exercises of the Wrists 24
  1. Bending the palms backward from the wrists 24
  2. Bending the palms forward from the wrists 24
  3. Bending the fists forward from the wrists 25
  4. Bending the fists downwards from the wrists 26
  5. Rotating the fists form the wrists 26
  Benefits 26
6. Exercises of the Elbows 27
  Preparation 27
  1. Stretching and bending your arms 28
  2. Stretching and bending the arms sideways 29
  Benifits 29
7. Exercises of the Shoulders 30
  1. Rotating the elbows from the shoulders 30
  2. Rotating the right shoulder 31
  3. Rotating the left shoulder 31
  4. Rotating both shoulders 32
  Benefits 32
8. Exercises of the Neck 33
  Preparation 33
  1. Touching your chin to the chest 33
  2. Bending the head back 34
  3. Bending the neck to touch the right shoulder 34
  4. Bending the neck toward the right 35
  5. Moving the neck toward the right 35
  6. Moving the neck toward the left 36
  7. Rotating the head from right to left 36
  8. Rotating the head from left to right 36
  1. Pressing down forward 37
  2. Putting pressure backwards 37
  3. Putting pressure towards right 39
  4. Putting pressure towards left 39
  5. Trying to turn the face to wards the right 39
  6. Trying to turn the face to the left 39
  Benefits 40
9. Exercises of the Legs 42
  Preparation 42
  1. Touching the right knee to the chest 42
  2. Touching the left knee to the chest 42
  3. Touching both knees to the chest 43
  4. Rotating the right legs 43
  5. Rotating the left legs 43
  6. Rotating both legs 45
  7. Cycling with the right leg 45
  8. Cycling with the left leg 46
  9. Cycling with both legs 46
  benefits 47
10. Exercises in the Category of Pavan Muktasan 48
  Preparation 48
  1. With the right leg 48
  2. With the left leg 49
  3. With both legs 49
  Benefits 50
11. Rolling Exercises 51
  1. Rolling backwards and forwards 51
  Caution 52
  Benefits 52
12. Exercises of the Navel 53
  Preparation 53
  1. Lift up the legs 53
  2. Lifting the torso 54
  3. Lifting the torso and the legs a little 54
  Benefits 55
13. Exercises of the Chest 56
  Preparation 56
  1. Bending the chest backwards with outstretched arms 56
  2. Bending the body back with arms behind 56
  4. Expanding the chest in the Vajrasan posture 58
  5. Benefits  
14. Exercises of the Waist 59
  Preparation 59
  1. Bending the body waist-upwards towards the right 59
  2. Bending the torso left: 61
  3. Making the entire body rigid 61
  4. Making the body rigid while bending forward 61
  5. Making the body rigid while bending backwards 63
  6. Making the body rigid while bending towards the right 63
  7. Making the body rigid while bending left 63
  Benefits 64
15. Exercises of the Hips 65
  Preparation 65
  1. Grasping the toe by lifting the left leg 65
  2. Grasping the right toe after lifting the leg 67
  3. Lifting the legs up while lying on the right side 67
  4. Lifting up the legs while lying on your left side 68
  Preparation 68
  1. Bring the left leg to touch the floor on the right of the body 68
  2. Resting the right leg on the left of the body 70
  Preparation 70
  1. Bring both legs together to touch the floor on the right 71
  2. Touching the floor on the left with both legs 72
  3. Rotating both legs from the right to the left 72
  4. Rotating both legs from the left to the right 73
  Benefits 73
16. Exercises of the Stomach 74
  Preparation 74
  1. Inflating and deflating the stomach 74
  Benefits 75
17. Exercises of the Eyes 76
  Preparation 76
  1. Looking front 76
  2. Looking left 76
  3. Looking right 76
  4. Looking left and right 77
  5. Looking front and right 77
  6. Looking front and left 78
  7. Looking upwards 78
  8. Looking down 79
  9. Looking up and down 79
  10. Rotating the eyes 79
  Benefits 80

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