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Date Posted: 07:07
Author: Shivanath-20Jun02
Subject: Re: Kriya subject
In reply to: Anonymous-19Jun02 's message, "Re: Kriya subject" on 07:06

Thank you for a very interesting reply. It is true that there are many references to Khechari by Yoganandaji but no specific instructions on tongue exercises per se. It is apparent that the exercises were not seen as essential in the general kriya instruction.

Without getting into any specific discussion of kriya technique, as an initiate you are familiar with a preparatory exercise that is performed in connection with the 1st SRF kriya, although it is not called Khechari. In the older, pre-1935 lessons, the referenced action is not just a preparation but continues throughout the pranayam.

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