Meditation postures

Meditation postures on Briggs tells us that in pranayama practice, inspiration, retention and expiration are required to be in strict ratio to each other. At the first level of practice, inspiration is performed for 12 recitations of the mantra Om, held for 16 and expelled for 10. This practice causes perspiration. The second level requires inspiration for 24 recitations of Om, retention for 32 and expulsion for 20. This causes trembling. For the third and final level of practice inspiration is for 36 recitations, retention for 48 and expulsion for 30; as a result there is a raising up (of kundalind). The HYP substitutes making the breath motionless for raising up, but the idea is the same, as a study of 2. Meditation postures 2016.

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Many local archives hold copies of the Aerial Survey conducted by the Royal Air Force in 1945 46 to help with the revision of maps as well as highways and planning work. This provides a record of the landscape at that time and is used today in conjunction with later surveys for research into land use, planning, coastal erosion, local history and so on. Other maps that record information about people and places dating back several centuries include estate maps, town and county maps, and road, railway and canal plans from 1792. Maps can also be found among other collections of records such as sales particulars, business papers and manorial records. Many images of maps can be found online. Check out listings on the individual county pages on GENUKI. One extremely useful initiative is the Norfolk E Map Explorer website, which allows a search to be made of copies of the first Ordnance Survey Map, the 1946 Aerial Survey, some Enclosure and the Tithe Maps for Norfolk.

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