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kriya

(krē′yă) [Sanskrit kriya, action]
A yoga ceremony, practice, or ritual used for self-purification.
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Guided meditations, yoga, asanas (yogic techniques sourced from classical branches of Hatha, Raja and Kriya Yogas), pranayama (breath work), Shatkriya (cleansing) and meditation techniques, including chanting, silent observation (antar mouna), and horizontal awareness (yoga nidra), are just some of the offerings.
One such jumping and gyrating proponent is nine-year-old Kriya.
"One person draws, and one person writes, and one person labels," said Kriya, a kindergarten student.
Researchers in India want to investigate Tratak kriya, a yoga practice that includes eye exercises, as a way to lower intraocular pressure (IOP) in people with glaucoma.
Aside from performing psychic surgery, Turoff also teaches Kriya yoga and meditation classes.
16 January 2019 - Texas, US-based healthcare, technology and BPO-focussed private equity firm Kriya Capital, located in Dallas, US, has acquired Mississippi, US-based revenue cycle management services provider Receivable Solutions Specialist Inc.
Dallas-based private equity firm Kriya Capital, LLC with holdings positioned in the healthcare, telecommunication, technology and BPO sectors, has announced it has acquired Receivable Solutions Specialist Inc.
But he is also a student of a Atma Kriya yoga, which teaches that its meditation fosters "complete physical, mental and spiritual well-being".
His spiritual career now finds him lining up as a practitioner of Atma Kriya yoga.
"I had frequent headaches, which had stopped after I joined the Kriya programme and meditation."