Total Duration: 21 minutes
Close your eyes. Sit in a relaxed way.
Step 1: Duration: 10 minutes
First choose the sound with which you are going to work. It can be anything, so decide which sound gives you most excitement and joy. Continue reading “Feel bliss through sound”
Duration: 21 minutes
We always live in a storm of sound. Sounds are constantly moving towards us, crashing in upon us, engulfing us. But at the center of this sound storm, there is a silence we haven’t heard. This meditation makes us aware of the silence in the center of this storm of sound.
Sit down somewhere, anywhere. The noisier the place, the better! Look for a place with continuous sound. It could be a natural sound, like the gushing of a river or a waterfall or the crashing of the waves on a beach or it could be a railway station, or a marketplace. Continue reading “This meditation makes us aware of the silence in the center of this storm of sound!”
Duration: 21 minutes
This technique needs a piece of soft music to be played. Close your eyes and sit in a very relaxed way.
(Turn on the music) Continue reading “Listen to the music, not from outside but from inside your head and transform”
There is a music that permeates Existence, an un-struck sound. There are many techniques that help you hear this sound. When you can hear this sound, you have heard the music of Existence!
Total Duration: 20 minutes
Close your eyes. Just inhale and exhale as slowly as possible.
Step 1: Continue reading “Technique to follow the source of the sound and merge with the very source of everything”
UPANISHADS! Actually, just every day when I come and sit here and utter that word, “Upanishads”, the way the truths are overflowing, verbalization becomes a big job! Finding ideas is not at all a big job; verbalizing them has become a big job!
There are tons of books and tons of authors. But, this book, Upanishads, to tell you honestly, if I have to put it a little poetically, the words feel shy to introduce Upanishads! Words feel shy to introduce Upanishads! If a child asks, ‘What is the size of an apple?’, you can show like this (Swamiji gestures with his hands). ‘What is the size of a pumpkin?’, you can show like this (Swamiji again gestures with his hands). If the child asks, ‘What is the size of the Planet Earth?’, can you show like this? (Swamiji spreads his arms wide). No! This is not in any way signifying the size of the Planet Earth! You can show, ‘This big!’ (Swamiji again spreads his arms wide). But, that is in no way signifying the size of the Planet Earth! That is in no way doing justification to the size of the Planet Earth! Please understand! So, what will I do with these words to introduce Upanishads? I can only pull my mouth like this and say, “It is this big!’
The way they introduce you to you, the way they introduce the world to you, the way they introduce god to you, the way they introduce life to you, nothing can be compared to Upanishads. Whether the purity of the substance they are delivering, or the poetic way they are expressing, or the very sound in which they have nicely embedded the vibrations of Kundalini awakening! Upanishads not only have a linguistic and poetic importance, meaning, they have even phonetic importance. Even phonetically they are important. Actually, by the religious historians classifying Upanishads under Hinduism, they brought a great respect to Hinduism. And, of course, Hindus are the inheritors. It is our inheritance, no doubt. But we need to live it and share it with the world. It does not belong just to us. Please understand, we might have been inheritors, but it does not belong just to us; it belongs to the whole universe! Continue reading “When You Sit, Truth is revealed !”