Every person is a whole whose physical, psychological and social well-being are interconnected. This view is natural in yoga philosophy, where the different layers of reality and human being are part of the very same reality. Nowadays, this matter starting to get a similar understanding also in Western treatment and therapy practices, where the understanding of the structures of an individual's inner reality and their shaping began to gradually increase with Freud's and Jung's depth psychology.

In recent decades, a large number of therapies have been developed, that have been influenced by yoga and its methods. For example, many concepts of sensomotor trauma therapy, schema therapy, and emotional blocks are clearly related to the concepts of samskara and vasana, which Patanjali saw as disturbing the clarity and calmness of the mind. Patanjali's instructions for liberating oneself from these structures created in the mind through various experiences are as effective and relevant today as they were 2000 years ago. By combining the ancient knowledge of contemplative methods, based on the personal inner experience of individuals, with the achievements of modern science, such as brain imaging, our understanding of the deeper nature of a human being and his possibilities for self-development may be decisively expanded. The neurophenomenological approach makes it possible to develop even more effective methods for promoting spiritual growth and development that better take into account individual differences. 

Within the yoga tradition, in addition to asana exercises and meditation, a large number of holistically effective breathing methods have been developed. By practicing them, one can feel that one's vitality increases, and emotional states and mental contents often clearly improve. With KalpaTaru's EEG program, the subjectively perceived change can also be objectively verified. The BrainMind audit profile mapping the brain functions, also provides valuable information about the individual suitability of different training methods.

With the practice of yoga, the individual gradually begins to overcome his limitations, the automatic beliefs, patterns of thinking and action. Schematic models may be necessary for our development, but when they guide awareness, they also effectively prevent us from noticing the beauty and profound wonder of life. Contact us.