17th August 2024, Santosh Ma Online Live Zoom Course.


As laid down by Santosh Sachdeva, author of The Eight Spiritual Breaths Course Book

Course details:

The Eight Spiritual Breaths is a Course designed to help individuals access the unlimited potential within them. The Course combines instructions for eight breathing exercises along with their individual Affirmations and guidance for meditation. The students should be serious in their practice, in order to realise their full potential.

Important instructions:

  • Before commencing with the Exercises the student is advised to read and study the Course Book thoroughly.
  • The exercises have to be practiced gradually. Each exercise and its Affirmation has to be practiced for two weeks or more till you are comfortable with it, before adding the next one.
  • The Breaths are done in sequence as they lock into each other. If a Breath is missed while practicing, then the student is advised to continue with the following Breaths. Do not go back to the missed Breath.

By the end of the Course, the students:

  1. Must have complete understanding of TESB. This includes having read and thoroughly understood the book ‘The Eight Spiritual Breaths’.
  2. Must be able to answer questions on the ‘The Eight Spiritual Breaths’, as outlined in the Self Test.
  3. Must have viewed the Video series provided in the Course Materials.
  4. Must have viewed Santosh Sachdeva’s YouTube videos (especially videos answering questions of aspirants): https://www.youtube.com/user/KundaliniTV.
  5. Must have gone through the detailed FAQs section in the Course Materials.
  6. Must have incorporated the Breaths as part of his/her daily routine.
  7. The students must understand the role of the chakras as well as the Kundalini as the Descending Energy.
  8. The students need to understand the function of the chakras and their characteristics thoroughly.
  9. The Affirmations for each Breath as well as the meditational affirmations (after all the Breaths) have to be memorised by the students.

This is an indicative timetable to guide students in their practice. However, it may vary depending on the schedule of the student.

Chapters 1 to 8 of the Course book – can be covered in three weeks. (Week 1-3)
Week 1Chapter 1:      Chakras: The Energy Transformers
Chapter 2:      Kundalini Shakti
Chapter 3:      Signs of the Awakening Kundalini
Week 2Chapter 4:      Empowering the Mind
Chapter 5:      Prana and Pranayama
Week 3Chapter 6:      Pranayama: Preparation for the Breaths
Chapter 7:      The Breaths
Chapter 8:      Affirmations

Chapters 9 to 16 – will each require a week.  (Week  4-11)

The student must practice each breath for a full week before starting the next breath. This will continue with the breaths that follow.

Week  4Chapter 9:        The Memory Development Breath
Week  5Chapter 10:      The Revitalisation Breath
Week  6Chapter 11:      The Inspirational Breath
Week  7Chapter 12:      The Physical Perfection Breath
Week  8Chapter 13:      The Vibro-Magnetic Breath
Week  9Chapter 14:      The Cleansing Breath
Week  10Chapter 15:      The Grand Rejuvenation Breath
Week  11Chapter 16:      Your Own Spiritual Breath
Chapters 17 to 20 – can be completed in one week. (Week 12) 
The student should study these four chapters. This is to ensure that he/she has a good understanding of the subject.
Week  12Chapter 17:      Wisdom gained through the Breaths
Chapter 18:      A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body
Chapter 19:      Thought Forms
Chapter 20:      Energy Blocks & Un-Ease
Chapters 21 to 24 – to be read during the week and understood by the student. (Week  13)
Week  13Chapter 21:  Preparation for Meditation
Chapter 22:  Meditation
Chapter 23:  Meditational Affirmations and Negations
Chapter 24:  Awakening
Frequently Asked Questions – (Week  14)
Week  14The student should go through the section at the end of the book, and on website, which has a more detailed and updated FAQ’s section.

Additional Course Content (optional): Now available! Videos of the entire TESB Course conducted by Santosh Ma herself on Zoom, with students.

Incidentally, if queries arise regarding any experience or energy you may consider going through the books “Kundalini Meditation Questions & Answers” Volume 1, and 2. In these 2 volumes the student will find most of the questions answered. The books serve as a ready-reckoner.