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Bhairava Ashtami — Brahmarandhra



Bhairava Ashtami
Bhairava Ashtami (also called Kala-Ashtami or Mahakal Bhairavashtami) is the day of Bhairava's (Mahakala's, Kala Bhairava's) birth, a rather well-known holiday in India. It's celebrated on the eighth day in the fortnight in the month of Kartik.  → Подробнее...
Bhairava-Danda Bhairava-Danda

It is a stick that yogins (Nathas, Nagas) carry when they pilgrimage. The danda is also used as a weapon. It is one of the offerings in the Gorakshanath-puja.

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Bhairava-mudra
Hands are folded at the base of the abdomen with palms up: the back of the right hand on the left palm.  → Подробнее...
Bhakti
Heart aspiration to God.  → Подробнее...
Bhrumadhya

psychoenergetic center located between eyebrows

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Bhuchari-mudra

Yogic mudra, associated with the organ of perception – the nose, and accordingly with the element of the earth. Some teachers advise to focus attention on the tip of the nose when practicing mudra and stop prana and apana there (connecting prana and apana).

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Bija
quintessence of mantra, all its potential, enclosed in the seed`s syllable  → Подробнее...
Bindu

Self-generating seed of life, original unity of Shiva and Shakti, beyond human understanding. Whole being is manifested from white and red bindu (symbols of feminine and masculine origin), which were formed by its splitting. Bindu is depicted in the center of yantras. The universe is manifested from it and is dissolved in it.

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Brahmarandhra

chakra, the opening of Brahma, is located in the area of ​​the fontanel bone on the crown of the head

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