Mummified body of Loung Por Daeng, born in 1894, a Buddhist monk, who predicted his own death, which occurred at 1973. More about him: http://www.thailandselection.com/attraction/The-Mummified-Monk.html
Krishnamacharya's Original Ashtanga Yoga....... at Home : Janusirsasana : Examples of kumbhaka in Krishnamacharya's 'Original' Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Also 'kumbhaka' or Tibetan 'bumpachen'
CHAKRAMAN - 1880 - Nepal - a confluence of Hinduism and Buddhism - the red and white spheres at the bottom of the piece represent Ida and Pingala, the dual red and white kundalini energies.
Lukhang Murals Showing Yogic Movements called Trulkhor
Techniques of Inner Heat and Transferance of Consiousness
BODHI: Haṭha Yoga Pradīpikā
Developed Thögal Vision- Developed visions of the 5 Dhyani Buddhas, each separate in a thigle (luminous 5 colored sphere of light manifesting in front of the practitioner)
Trul khor: 108 movements. Subtle body/Vajra Body constituted by flow of subtle energy currents: 'rtsa' = Sanskrit: nāḍī, sirā, srota dhamanī; 'rlung' = Sanskrit: prāna/ vāyu. 2 outer channels are gendered in the Himalayan tradition of Buddhism/Bon. male: lunar oriented female: solar. inversion of Shavite & Shakti tantric traditions of Sanatana Dharma.
Lukhang temple is the Buddhist Sistine Chapel, full of stunning murals of body-hopping yogis and the vagina that gave birth to the world. It’s meant for the Dalai Lama’s eyes only – so how did a US photographer share its secrets?