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The Cittar teachings are a PERCEPTION ENABLED TECHNOLOGY. This technology expands one’s perception beyond what is visible to the senses. a lot of technology is about this - telescopes, microscopes etc. expanding our senses. Spirituality means communication of the highest nature. Spirituality is a technology of finding the truth. It is about transcending. All science and technology are about this. Spirituality is simply a technology to attain the highest truth, the most universal communion, the widest perception and the deepest state. The Cittar teachings and practices talk about powers that can be obtained through Yogam and what they can do.  It is about how a true yogi can gain control over nature which is nothing but technology! These powers are supposed to help him in the path of spiritual growth.


The Cittar journey is  about “the fear is gone and the confidence remains.” As a Yoga Master, you have learned the rules of proper practice and teachings. As you better and gain experience, your Confidence gains, that can really translate into a gainful practice, experience translated into a teaching for students. Confidence breeds more confidence and gives you faith. Life is better when you take a chance, dwell into that chance as a well-planned and practiced chance to reach your goal.



Influential theories emphasize the importance of predictions in learning: our students learn from feedback to the extent that it is surprising, and thus conveys new information and experiences. Here, they explore the hypothesis that surprise depends not only on comparing current events to past experience, but also performance via internal monitoring.


While our sensory receptors are constantly collecting information from the environment, it is ultimately how we interpret that information that affects how we interact with the world. Perception refers to the way sensory information is organized, interpreted, and consciously experienced. Perception involves both bottom-up and top-down processing. Bottom-up processing refers to the fact that perceptions are built from sensory input. On the other hand, how we interpret those sensations is influenced by our available knowledge, our experiences, and our thoughts. This is called top-down processing.