Shivam Yoga is a philosophical and therapeutic system combining psychology and science. This traditional methodology respects the original source of Yoga knowledge which began between 7 and 10 thousands years in the Dravidian Civilization.
The Shivam Yoga is grounded on two philosophic bases called Sankhya and Tantra philosophies.
Shankhya explains about the existence of the life and Universe based on Universal laws, mainly Karma and Dharma laws.
Tantra is a behavioural philosophy. Tantra means toll (Tra) of development (Tan). Tantra is also understood as an energetic philosophy because explain about the energetic physiology of the body and life. Sankhya and Tantra philosophies are a life expression of the Dravidian people.
This expression is not religious or devotional.
Yoga means union, integration of the person with the self, with Nature and the Universe into a relationship of respect, balance and harmony.
Expand Your Consciousness
Anyone that practices Shivam Yoga seeks the improvement of conscious as a focus of daily living. This is found by observing oneself. We observe the way we express ourselves through our experiences so as to cultivate a renewed awareness of this world, Nature and the Universe.
Whereas the main goal of Shivam Yoguim is the full comprehension, understanding, awareness of the life the Universe called Samadhi.
There’s an affirmative understanding of the life. These philosophies say we have to be happy and fulfilled here and now. This sight of the existence does not deny this life to be happy later on any new existence.
The Dravidian’s Civilization was very developed in many aspects of life. They were a matriarchal and democratic society, pacifists, vegetarians and spiritualists.
They amassed a notable knowledge with regards to engineer, astronomy, medicine and others sciences.
The Dravidians were connected with the laws of Nature increasing mental and spiritual consciences and the energetic internal power of the body through Yoga techniques and a good relationship with the existence and life as a whole.