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What is meditation?

It is to think that you are infinite and the mind takes the object of ideation, it is not to leave it blank. It is positive ideation.

  1. You disconnect from the external world
  2. You disconnect from the body (imagine that it is disappearing)
  3. You start maintaining idealization and start repeating the mantra.

Use the Baba Nam Kevalam mantra. With the ideation that everything is GOD, everything is even, everything is infinite. You breathe with Babanam and expires with Kevalam (3 times). Breathe through the nose with Baba Nam and fill yourself with energy. You expire by the nose with Kevalam and eliminate all tensions and problems. Baba gave it to us for these final times.
Mantra of easy pronunciation and with cohesion to cosmic consciousness. It is the universal mantra that is worth everything. For cleaning, for health. To have better discernment. FOR ALL.

Meditate twice a day at least for 20 minutes, the important thing is to develop the habit. Soon you will raise your awareness and ultimately become ONE with the Supreme consciousness, P'arama Purush'a.

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Kiirtan is the song of a mantra out loud while the mind focuses on the supreme being.
Instill a feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation,
since in doing so all the motor and sensory organs are occupied and directed towards the supreme.
It can be done anywhere, and at any time, but the best moment is just before meditation.

The mantra used for kiirtan is: Bábá Nama Kevalam Baba means "my loved one," Nam means "the name" or "identifying with" and Kevalam means "only." So the meaning of the is mantra is "my loved one is the only thing." The concept to keep in mind is: "everywhere where I look, in all the things I hear, I feel, see, try and smell, I perceive that only supreme consciousness that spreads through everything." Kiirtan has many benefits. Purifies the mind and prepares it for meditation, accelerating the speed of movement towards the Supreme. As a result of the mental clarity that is achieved, solutions are easily found to our problems while we practice it, in addition to relief of physical and psychic pain.

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Sattvic diet

The sattvic diet is the one that allows us to elevate our consciousness to deeper degrees and is good for the threefold of body, mind and spirit. In yoga, there are three types of energy or gunas: sattva, rajas and tamas. Pure, mutative and static. These three qualities are also present in the foods we ingest and the emotions and thoughts we have: The sattvic diet follows these concepts of yoga and allows us to reach the final object of becoming one with Him.

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Half bath, yoga technique

P.D.: Half bathes should be taken every time you practice sa'dhana (meditation).


Since the beginning of time human beings, have fasted, not only for health, but for spiritual reasons too. Fasting should be done every new and full moon, and 11 days after these. The reason is that the moon plays a huge role on the psyco-spiritual arena. The moon dictates the waves not only of the sea human psyquic waves are directly influenced by the moon just the same way. Things like menstruation in women and the mental state of people that are many times called "lunatics" originate from this influence the moon has on our every day lives.

To know when to fast refer to a lunar calendar or review our calendar here

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Nama and Niyama

Nama and Niyama are the moral branch of Yoga. Yoga requires the spiritual aspirant to fullfill certain universal moral laws that guide the lives of human beings. It is impossible to reach liberation without following these points at least in their most basic form. These moral codes are divided into two branches: the external and the internal. The external deals with how an indiviudal behaves towards the world around them and the respect he/she holds for Creation. The internal points deal with how a person thinks and what are the steps he/she has followed to acomplish spirituali aspirations. The following image shows a summary of these codes:

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These are the basic concepts
For more information see related concepts

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