Hesychasm practices in addressing and ultimate purpose to say that they
are found in many religions such as Buddhism Tibetan ascetic size, Orthodox
branches of yoga or transcendental meditation: Zen or Sufism etc. all
these ways focus on mind control the focus of attention by saying the
thoughts orprirea divine names and last transcendent bliss.
The practice of "leaning your chin on chest, turning your eyes with
your mind trupuil middle your womb, remember the air enter the nose ...
"- this technique on Symeon the New Theologian is practiced by ascetics
yogis in the Himalayas for thousands of years that they call Jalandara
"... While you lean with straining to feel the pain of living in
the chest, shoulders and neck, heart and mind impimge keep it there ...
Harness your lungs move ..." Gregory of Sinai. The yogis of India
bending forward or call Shakti Mudra Tibet and in combination with the
above Jalandara band also becomes a secret advanced yoga techniques. All
the spiritual traditions of the lightest use breath control - Pranayama
- just to control the mind processes.
Also, "Integral Yoga" of Sri Aurobindo, the main practice is
in the heart by lowering mind spiritual results desired appear and then
elevating them in Brahmarandra - God. "Heart center to focus on giving
us this Divine and aspiring inner opening at preyenta of heart."
- Sri Aurobindo.
Yogic texts also put great emphasis on focusing the heart.
"O preafrumoas it! cariu mind with that of other senses, enter the
interior of the heart, which came two bowls of the mental center of the
lotus of the heart, which ruled anything in consciousness - that most
precious assets acquired "- Vijnana BHAIRAVA verse 49 (the 2 bowls
of lotus symbolizing knowledge and subject knowledge - comments on the
text of Sivopadhyaya).
Father yoga, Patanjali, Yoga Sutra begins his famous text as follows:
"Yoga is the cessation of mental fluctuations.
Atinc witness (who obsrva practitioner) is established in himself. "
Tibetan texts also place great emphasis on focusing on the heart that
gives "special ecstasy" practice Tummo Tibetan mystic heat rises
as the Fathers of the heart. Chanda term (heat mystical name given) is
mystical fervor and the fire is on just this passion that ignites the
heart after YDA and Pingala energy were unified. Just isihatul included
unifying opposites own minds and ignite passion for Jesus in his heart
"comes another warm the heart ... when the whole body is warm then
it is a work of grace. Sometimes those who attempt such states sweat is
a bodily from Milt heat that is in the flesh, and then moves into the
heart of a holy book ... "Saint Calist.