Category: Achieving Samadhi
Significance of the Tongue in Meditation | with Drills and Techniques – Part One | Open Lesson
The tongue, after this profound spiritual experience (samadhi), speaks the language of God. The heart follows, directing the brain into acts of devotion and sacrifice, not for oneself but for the good of all.
Khechari Mudra: Preparation | Chalan and Dohan Kriya | Tongue Exercises Application
Khechari mudra shall come knocking when it’s time. Learning it is actually easy. Be patient. When the Kundalini is read, she will show signs and symptoms. For now, you may start building the strength and flexibility of your tongue by doing the following tongue exercises.
The Existence of the Unknown
The spirit is eternal and cannot destroyed. It is beyond the universe, for the universe emerged from it. The past, present and future, with form and without form, light and dark, silence and sound, all arise from the Absolute Reality – the spirit.
Visualisation and the Lingam
The external vision is just the basic funtion of the eyes. I have a theory that there is no image at all but void. I am not making this all up. During samadhi, the mind can only see black. What we see externally is simply distraction.
Khechari Mudra: Knowing When It Is Time | Complete Beginner’s Guide
These subtle electrical vibrations are commonly felt especially during meditation and pranayama. Learning the Khechari Mudra is actually easy. The more important element here is the spiritual preparation in which the guidance of the teacher will be of huge benefit.
Hatha Yoga – The Science of Purification | With Complete Guided Programme for Home Practice
Yet, the underlying principles of Hatha Yoga can be fully understood through training. Practise and realise. Swatmarama enumerated the methods and as well as the basic instructions. The intricacies would still have to come from a practical teacher.
The Word Becomes Flesh | Detachment and Union | Lecture and Practice
Unlike separation which causes fluctuation (reflection), only eternal joy and peace come from this union in the heart – and the void will never be lonely again. Samadhi brings us there. From ths emptiness, all emerge. This divine information is ingrained within our cells.
Saksi: Witnessing the Nada | Lecture and Practice
Three equally important elements play a vital role in the meditation process. The meditator, the object of meditation and the act of meditating. Meditating upon the nada is one powerful technique to unify these elements into one continuous experience.
What is Samadhi?
Then, the soul (consciousness) emerges. One could feel the spirit peel off the body. The crown is just one of the exit points of the kundalini. She could leave the body through the chest or the back of the body. Sometimes, through the forehead. She could also find her way out through the opening in…
The Becoming of the Spirit
The euphoria attached to Samadhi is beautiful. It is many times addicting too. The student knows his limitations so he could easily get out. Once or twice in this lifetime is enough. To chase it could lead to a painful downfall. He needs to come back so he could share this wondrous spiritual journey.