Real Meditation

God explains real meditation.


The Process Of Meditation

The first step is dharana. Twelve dharana amount to one dhyana. Twelve dhyana is equal to one samadhi.

Dharana is steady, concentrated viewing of any object for twelve seconds. You have to look at any object, a flame, a picture, or an idol for twelve seconds only, with total concentration, without winking the eyelids. This is dharana. Practising dharana is preparation for dhyana.

The duration of dhyana is twelve dharana. This means dhyana should last 12x12=144 seconds, that is 2 minutes and 24 seconds. Dhyana does not call for sitting in meditation for hours. Proper dhyana need not last more than two minutes and twenty four seconds. It is only after dharana has been practised well that one can do dhyana well.

Twelve dhyana is equal to one samadhi. This means 144x12 seconds, that is 28 minutes and 48 seconds - very much less than an hour. If samadhi is prolonged, it may prove to be fatal.



The Process Of Pranayama

  • Two seconds long Purakam (inhaling).
  • Four seconds long Rechakam (exhaling).
  • Eight seconds long Kumbhakam (holding the breath).

Pranayama has to be practised carefully for three months. Later, the duration of Purakam, Rechakam, and Kumbhakam can be doubled. When six months are spent in this steady practice, the activities of the senses are laid low. If practised with faith and feeling, Pranayama will tame the agitations of the mind. Otherwise, it becomes mere physical exercise, improving just physical health. Pure food, Brahmacharya, living in solitude, moderate speech - these conditions too have to be strictly observed.

In Developing A Spiritual Toolset

By practising the teachings of the Avatars, we are able to preserve and promote a spiritual toolset, which we know to be vital in life in any world.


For The Soul

The vedic prayers of the Avatars, written by Their divine guidance and blessings, are wonderful catalysts to connect with our true selves. They are essential steps and guides on our journey backwards.



Practise To Win

Chant, do, detach. The 'DO' is to be found in sadhana, also glibly called spiritual practice. The toughest step in the beginning, because rarely does one fancy doing, here are some nice ways to DO.



Look Into 'I'

And see the real 'I'. Question, evaluate, and transform. Be good, do good, see good, and all that wonderful, fluffy goodness. The final step in being divine, or as close as you can make it.