Definition - What does Avesa mean?
Avesa is a Sanskrit word that can be translated as “enter” or “intrusion.” It can also stand for the idea of being moved by or obsessed with the divine reality.
In healing, avesa is the term given to a kind of “quantum healing.” In this context, avesa is said to derive from the roots, ave, meaning “hail to the divine,” and sa, which expresses a limitless consciousness. As such, the whole term is used to denote a return to divine empowerment.
Yogapedia explains Avesa
In the context of healing, avesa is thought of as a mystical modality that helps to bring about wisdom, clarity and ultimate consciousness. Some believe that the messages and power of avesa have emerged to meet a critical need in the universal consciousness.
There is also a breathing practice known as avesa breath, which is used to send a message to the universe that the yogi is ready for and open to guidance from the Divine.
Avesa healing is said to be open to anyone who seeks it through a process of life transformation. It is thought to work by aligning and balancing the chakras.