Ancient system of muscles training

August 19, 2013


“Dharana is fixing the mind on a certain point. This shows strength of mind. Culminating in samadhi, where the sense of identity is lost, the body and mind become dead to external impressions, and only the object of contemplation, whatever it may be, is perceived. There are supernatural powers … to see through closed doors, disappear from view or read people’s thoughts. If we focus on the development of muscles, we can achieve great power. ”
S. Radhakrishnan. “Indian philosophy”

Focusing on their muscles yogis can develop muscles to such an extent, that they are not injured by iron pincers. And it can be understood if imagining the hypnosis when human neck and heels are put on two chairs, and he can easily withstand the weight of several people in that position without bending. Yogi’s arms are as if woody.
Patrick Edlinge, the “Spider-Man” was the ancestor of European rock climbing without climbing equipment. All he had was a bag of magnesia. His arms were so strong that he could easily pull himself up on every finger of both hands. He invented a system of breathing exercises, methods of internal concentration and “dive in stone” are very similar to Indian yoga and Chinese martial arts. The main thing is quiet; “successful” focus on the desired object either a stone wall or your own muscles.
When an act of will sends our minds to other nerve cells, the latter begin to develop and become turn into the same mind, as well as highly developed brain cells. For those who do not believe in the reality of the effect of consciousness on the body there is a simple experiment: pull the right arm with a clenched fist and an extended index finger. Now direct your attention to the index finger; think of your finger now, concentrating on the index finger with the feeling that you are entering into the point of the finger. After a while you will feel a strong tingling and warmth in the finger. Gradually you’ll feel throbbing heat in your finger and it will also blush.
Furthermore there is an ability to treat affected organs of the body simply coaxing cells to work better. It should be done seriously, you assign time through which the organ must be healthy again, and it can be a month or a year. Athletes know how important the focus on the correct way of the techniques of any exercise must be. Arnold Schwarzenegger says that without constant focus on the objectives and all the little faces of the exercise, even exhausting trainings will be of no use.
Dhandal and Bhaski is an ancient branch of Hatha Yoga, which is associated with slow movements. It is based on the simple, natural to uncivilized human skills which helped him to survive; the elements of hunting, fighting, running, weight lifting, etc. It is important to note that ancient men were doing their job not just with the huge costs of physical strength, but also with the maximum concentration. It’s impossible to catch a big fish or throw a spear, thinking about something extraneous, in such a case, the success will be reduced to zero.
These men had universal physical abilities, as they had to use all their strength. From morning till night, his work consisted of continuous exercises, and because of this he was healthy, and his muscles were very powerful. Civilized men have limited their activities, and got bound with the host of diseases associated with a sedentary lifestyle.
Western sports develop the body, but they give a greater load on the heart. The athlete’s heart expands. In addition, with few exceptions, these sports give unilateral muscular development. Fencer highly develops the arm and hand, the skater has extremely strong leg muscles. No wonder why pediatricians warn against doing too much of tennis in the childhood, when the mind, the muscles, and the skeleton have not been completely formed yet. “Natural Selection” in sports leads to the release of anthropometric data, the majority of sprinters have elongated thigh, while stayers have particular shin. Thus this leads to a kind of new breeds of people!
If we want to develop all the muscles, we should do different sports. But we need much time for that. Bodybuilder spends hours in the gym not to mention saturated fat protein nutrition, and the temptation of steroid stimulates muscle growth. (In the East there is a saying of yogi’s grain of rice and the Englishman’s steak which means that people eat the wrong food. And laying the foundation for your health for years you must not forget about healthy food.)

With the Indian method anyone can develop symmetrically muscular body without expensive sport equipment and without much time. The only thing that you’ll need is a mirror and 15-30 minutes each day.
With the system of slow exercising, which consists of the game movements combined with a strong mental concentration, one can develop the muscles in a very short time. And anyone can do this kind of sport at home sport at home.
During the exercise, straining the will and imagination, we focus on moving a muscle, and send it to the flow of prana. If, for example, we are bending the right hand slowly, continuously observing the movement and imagining that prana is flowing in the hand with blood, we have achieved the result. We use the creative power of consciousness.
After several weeks of persistent practice of this simple exercise, combined with mental concentration, we suddenly notice that the arm muscles have grown just as if we have been doing heavy lifting for a few months. The power of consciousness gives muscles a shape and size, which we keep in mind as ideal.
Let’s try this method on other parts of the body, and soon build a body the athletes will envy.
The secret of great effect after slow exercising of the whole body is in the creative power of consciousness. Tiny nerve endings that run through all the tissues of the body are consciously charged, according to our will. During exercise these tiny tanks are filled with certain amount of prana, and the building of your muscles continues not only during the exercise, but even during our sleep.
Impressionable children, watching some dancing on TV, or fans at the game get a psycho physiological “shake”, which leads to myalgia, obedient nerves due to the dictatorship of your will form the shape of the body, painted by imagination. Children and even adults with their power of consciousness can transform, even the skeleton by their will.
This can be understood if tried to achieve in practice. For example, one well-known high jumper, eager to set records and realizing that his height was too small for that, when a child wrote an oath to grow by 8 cm year, did grew the written 8 cm, not only concentrating helped to achieve this goal, but healthy nutrition and exercising.
A parapsychologist, and, gymnast and a yogi said in the interview: “doing gymnastics, I learned to influence muscles by extra brain energy generated by the concentration. This method is so simple that anyone can master. At first we must focus on the arms. I am concentrating on the arms; I am feeling every muscle, every nerve center. I “see” how the brain signal is going into the arms and it is passing through all the nerve endings. I can feel the arms as long as I need to satisfy them with extra energy. With the help of such training my nerve signal goes to the arm in a split second faster than other athletes.
I will be stronger than them, my reaction will be better; the muscles will be softer and more obedient. But if I was distracted from my “feelings”, the focus is not sufficient. I need to practice. We see that thiss method is very close in spirit to what is required in yoga, in particular in dhandal and in wushu.
In general, dhandal bhaski exercise brings a much greater benefit to the muscles and the body than any sport exercises performed without proper concentration. Indian system of slow exercise if practiced every day will be accompanied by the wonderful results; it requires no equipment, just as we are dealing with the natural movements that are similar to daily “Sport of the primitive.
Here are instructions for Javelin exercise. Stand, legs apart, extend your left hand to the side, clutching the fist on the right hand, as if to throw a spear. Pull back your right arm and gently bend the body back. This is the basic exercise. Now execute all the phases of javelin throw, until the last stage, when the right hand holding a spear is extended forward and the left is behind.
During the exercise bend knees: first your right knee, then the left knee. We have to move constantly, slowly, rhythmically, plastic, graceful. It is important to perform these movements without clothes and in front of the mirror it makes it possible to focus the correct exercise. It is better if the light falls on the body in such a way as to emphasize the benefits of muscles bulge.
Let’s take the basic position for the javelin throw in front of the mirror, straining every muscle to the limit; we pass through each phase of the exercise so slowly, as if we were watching ourselves in time-lapse photography. The exercise should not last for 1-2 seconds, but 30-60. Turning your head slightly, you can monitor the movement of muscles and body in front of the mirror. We see how our muscles tense up and increase in size, and your imagination sends them prana, it can be represented as a golden stream going to the muscles.
After finishing the exercise, remain in the last position for a moment, and then slowly return to the basic position, the exercise is repeated 2-3 times. After the exercise shake the muscles fast, relaxing those muscles which participated in this exercise. The exercise ends with a couple of deep breaths.

The representatives of traditional Western sports can laugh at such exercises. However, before expressing their opinion, they should try the effect of the exercises themselves, if trained for at least a week, they would see amazing results.

Consciousness “draws” a powerful new form of muscles according to our desire when we send energy to the body, concentrating all our attention on it. There is no organ that would not respond to these impulses and would not give signs of development, even in adults. It all depends on our imagination, our desires, and finally on whether we believe in what we perform. Faith moves mountains. Anything can be executed if we believe it can: Believe in nonexistent and it will appear.
Imagination is a conscious force in our hands.
Here are instructions for archery. Stand with your legs apart; turn slightly to the side, as if we were holding a bow in our left hand. Standing firmly, strain your hip muscles, and the arm muscles, pulling your left hand, draw the string with your right hand, and then release the bowstring. All the exercise should last for about a minute. Finish the exercise by shaking muscles and by a few slow deep breaths.
Here are instructions for fencing. Occupy the position of a fencer, like holding a sword in your left hand, moving back and forth, causing imaginary punches all is done as though in time-lapse photography.
Here are instructions for weight lifting. Bend forward, clasping some imaginary heavy with both hands and lifting it up to shoulder level, bend your knees under the weight. Place your legs apart and lift this weight high above your head at arm’s length, standing in front of the mirror and watching your body. Do the exercise slowly, to last for a minute. Finally as before, shake muscles and breathing deeply.
If you are doing a barbell or dumbbells, with the help of this exercise, you can work on the weak points in your performance, not to mention the additional development of force.
It should be said that a system of such slow exercises can help in exploring and securing ideomotor true image of any sport. Whether you’re shooting a bow or a gun, or you are doing gymnastics and swimming in any case, slow performance of the desired motion stamps its image in motor memory of the athlete, ensuring trouble-free automaticity and accuracy. If you find this major and not the development of strength, in this case before doing dhandal bhaski you should say to yourself with a solid and confident tone a desired formula for training, such as “jerk of 200 kg coming into me in a precise manner.”
It is better to eliminate your subjective interest. Not “I’m getting stronger,” but “power comes” (better without adding “me,” “to me”, “me”). The bigger absorbs the smaller, this is not me who covers the anger, but the anger covers. In addition to verbal formulas we should simultaneously imagine a precise and successful desired movement. The same can be done immediately after waking up and before going to bed, throwing into a relaxed brain precise setting to strengthen the subconscious mindset for success.

Here are instructions for chopping firewood. This is one of the most important basic exercises. Stand with your legs apart, raise your hands do the exercise in front of the mirror, thinking that between your clenched fists there is a heavy ax handle, and we split the imaginary wood so that each strike lasts for about one or two minutes. At the end of the exercise relax the muscles and do deep breathing.

Here are instructions for shot put. Stand in tension with the imaginary nucleus in the right hand; take out your left hand. Slowly, imaginary throw which lasts for a minute; do the in front of the mirror. At the end of the exercise reset tension and take a deep breath.

Here are instructions for jogging. This is a natural movement of the ancient man! We pass in front of the mirror through all phases of runner motion, without leaving the original place. Breathe slowly. Direct the prana in the muscles that are involved in the exercise. Finish the exercise by shaking the muscles to relax them, and make a few full breaths.

Here are instructions for boxing. Stand in front of the mirror; take a boxing position do some boxing blows to hit an imaginary opponent. All this should be done more slowly, with full concentration and full attention of muscle tension. Finish the exercise with the muscle relaxation and deep breathing.
Dhandal and bhaski will help in the elaboration of individual strokes in any kind of martial art. In karate there is a particular psychological trick that increases attack. One should not just beat in the body of the enemy but beat inside the body. It is important to that it’s necessary not to beat on the surface but inside the surface. Slow strokes in the style of dhandal and bhaski with precise scan image impact help to build the “confidence shock” which supposes an expansion strike inside the outer boundary of the target.
There is no need to hurry up to do a lot of slow strokes. Here, as in any classic duel, it is important to work out one reception (whether direct hit, block, care, or dive). And if you do boxing or karate, dhandal will promote the formulation of a powerful and precise move.
You will strengthen your training but you shouldn’t only repeat dhandal exercises, because your movements will not be fresh, relaxed. Therefore, slow exercises should alternate with fast, explosive single – with a long series.
Here are instructions for swimming. Lying on your belly on the bench, do swimming moves, constantly monitoring breathing. Then lie down on your back and pretend swimming on the back. We do everything slowly. This is a very important exercise, and it should run longer than others. Finish, as always: relax and breathe deeply.
The exercise can be done in the water, if you can keep well on the surface. Doing the exercise this way you’ll get exact movement, breathing, and the environment will be natural. Besides, the water always relaxes.
In general, those people who do dhandal and bhaski should be aware that swimming is very useful. It provides flexibility and poses deep breath. It is easier to feel some mental formula in the water. On the land, we keep or “break” the breath: then would completely forget about it, what often leads to rigidities in behavior, conversation or in any movement, and accumulates negative emotions.

Incidentally, after the exercise of dhandal you should breathe not only deeply, but slowly. We remind you of this as beginners always have a temptation to “dismiss” refreshing breath at the end of each exercise; you need to feel a taste of breath. There is a simple technique that develops the taste.
Lie down comfortably on a fairly rigid flat surface; take a deep breath and gently pressing your lips together exhale through the mouth. After that, you do not want to breathe for a few seconds, and you feel quite nicely. Then breathe, without concentrating and feel the pleasure of each respiratory phase. A few minutes a day is enough to produce a special mood, a mixture of calmness, confidence and joy. You will be less at risk of enserfment of muscles.

Here are instructions for mowing.
This is a great exercise for the development of the back muscles and hips to maintain flexibility of the spine. Motion from right-to-left stimulates the nerves that are around you. We go through all the elements of the movement a mower produces from right to left, then lean forward and “cut” the grass with a sickle. Everything is executed in a slow manner. Complete the exercise with muscle relaxation and a few deep breaths.
Another variant of this exercise is rowing with one oar (or repulsion with pole) left and right.

To develop the skill of slow execution, try to concentrate only on the slowness in all the stages of movement without straining muscles.

Here are instructions for climbing trees. This is a very important exercise for building the body. It may have a few variants. The goal is an imitation of natural climbing. Hang on a thick branch of a tree or on the door jamb. Initially hang motionless for a few seconds, then resting a bit, grab the branch or crossbar again and hang as long as you can.
Simulate slow motion, as if we are moving higher and higher and then slowly move down. At the end of the exercise shake the muscles, relax the body and breathe deeply.
We can finish the training by this exercise. Hanging is very useful not only for the active “climbing”, but also as a means to relax the spine and muscles. In this case when hanging, shake your legs and body lifting it slightly upwards followed by a sharp descent.

If there are no trees or crossbars nearby, raise your face and hands straight up, standing on tiptoes as high as possible, imagining a difficult ascent up a tree or a rock, on the fingers or on the rope. The arms can be kept straight, or you can bend arms first one then another, anticipating the top of the rock or the tree.
Here are instructions for the tug of war. Stand with your legs apart, pull your right arm, firmly grasp the imaginary rope and pull it hard, turning the body slightly to the right. Then repeat to the left. This alternate movement is one of the best for the back muscles, especially the lat. Do not forget to do the exercise as slowly as possible, and accompany every phase by concentration. Movement should be completely harmonious. In conclusion, relax your muscles and make a few full breaths.

A similar exercise is pulling water from the well. Lean forward slightly. Slowly go through all the phases corresponding pulling the bucket from the well. We grasp an imaginary rope alternately with both hands, pulling it so that when the left hand is bent and is located in the chest, the right hand reaches the floor. Of course, it is better to imagine that the weight of a bucket with water isn’t 20 lb but about 200lb. As always, at the end you relax and breathe deeply.
In dhandala you can act, in the style of any movement of a footballer, an athlete, a skier or a skater. For example, you do not like the power of your hands in the capture. Put your fingers apart of both hands (the best is to work first with one hand) and start compressing slowly, for example, the supposed lead ball which will be the size of a large apple.
Gradually reduce your fingers into a fist, and the “ball” follows through your fingers like clay. It is advisable to practice and finger extensor muscles in the reverse order of your fist inside the fossilized “cement” or something like that.
Firmly unclench your fist, breaking the compressive resistance of the medium. If you want to train your hand seriously, you have to do the exercises as the hand up and down, left and right, in a circle around the axis of the forearm.

Then shake your hands, shake your relaxed arms. You can put the hands in warm (or not extremely cold) water imagining that your hand is slowly dissolving in the water without residue. Such meditation helps to relieve residual stress, develop imagination and concentration.
Since doing dhandal and bhaski most of us have no guru we must develop self-control alone. During exercise in any case do not be distracted, if you move the body mechanically, thinking of other things – there will be little benefit.
To be able to focus on something we should train mental concentration, for example, sitting in a chair completely relaxed, toimagin oneself standing in the middle of the room and being a powerful athlete who is doing certain dhandala exercise entirely focused.

Such an image can be a life-sized, or tiny, but growing, to become enormous. This image feeds your undistracted attention and gives you feedback.
Here are instructions for wrestling. In front of the mirror you struggle with an imaginary opponent. In this exercise, slow movements are of particular importance. In periods between the different grips, with muscle tension, you need to hold your breath, but no more than for 7 seconds.

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