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Meditation - Basic Course and Rajyoga Meditation
  
Understanding the Self

Who am I? What am I?
What is my real identity?
How do my thoughts and feelings interact with the body?
How to make my mind powerful? Breaking the mysteries of mind; More


God and Understanding God

In this world, there exist so many beliefs about God. As a result, people understand God in their own way and often in their own imagination. But what is required is the understanding God as He is, what He is and how He is. More


Understanding the Human tree

It is an undisputable fact that religion has an important influence on human mind. Along with the religion, the race, the language, the nationality, the culture, the ancestry with which a person identifies himself or herself has got a great bearing on his/her personality, beliefs, outlooks, attitude, consciousness and thinking. More.


Understanding the Cycle of Time
     
In this lesson, we learn about the beginning, the middle and the end of one complete 'time cycle' of this world. More than anything else, we will understand the great significance of the period we are undergoing at present. More
   

The Story of the Rise and Fall of human souls
     
We will understand this lesson with the help of the following picture. It tells us the story of how the souls, who once were deities became the devotees and very ordinary human beings. More

 
The RajYoga Meditation
     
The word Yoga means 'connection'. The mental connection between the soul and Supreme Soul or the remembrance of the Supreme Soul by the soul is called meditation or Raj Yoga. Stability in the Soul-consciousness and God-consciousness will bring peace and bliss to the soul. More
   

The Benefits of Meditation
     
The benefits of meditation are enormous. It calms our mind and body. In these fast and frenetic times, it has the most important ability to replenish mental and emotional energy. More
 
 
Getting started for Meditation
     
Make an appointment with yourself for 10 or 20 minutes each morning or evening. Find a quiet place and relax. Soft music, though not a necessity, can create an appropriate atmosphere. Sit comfortably upright on the floor or in a chair. More
 
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