Yogic path to attain moksha

Posted by on Nov 8, 2013 in Meditation | 0 comments

Moksha is a Sanskrit word and means to let go. The cycle of death and re-birth by going through all kinds of pains is known as moksha. To attain moksha, one can do a number of things. The key to attain moksha is self-realization. Meditation and yoga are the best methods to get moksha. According to ancient believes, Moksha can be considered as the state of completion different phenomenon like – time, space, energy etc. There are a number of people who are known to have practiced yoga for years and attained moksha. There are mainly four forms are yoga that include – Bhakti, Karma, Raja and Jgana. All these four forms of yoga have the power to achieve moksha. It is difficult for people to control their thoughts and focus on the right things. With proper yogic practices, one can surely control their mind and thoughts. There are a number of online portals that teach the importance of karma and how to attain moksha. We get attracted to a number of mortals things throughout our life. Apart from yogic practice, one can also attain moksha through meditation. One can listen to divine tunes that are offered by spirit voyage to get the right mood for practicing yoga or...

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Meditation: Training the Mind

Posted by on Jul 15, 2013 in Meditation | 0 comments

Our human body is like a temple. Our soul is the God residing inside it. Our limbs are the artifacts of the temple. Our soul connects our body and mind. Hence, it is always imperative for us to take care of the soul, so that the human life can be directed in the way, it is intended. In order to achieve the hierarchy level of needs, the needs of the soul must be satisfied. Limbs can never function without the direction provided by the soul. Mind is the most possible depiction of the soul inside all of us. Therefore, it is our duty to train our mind, so that it can take control of the body, our movements, and our thoughts. Training the mind is not at all a new technique. In fact, it is a very ancient technique. Monks in old times used to train their minds, so that they can achieve the ‘Moksha’. They used to do it in order to concentrate, in order to focus on their objectives of life. However, in present times, dynamic pattern of life has changed the reason for training the mind. In the din and bustles of daily life, one has to rush behind the cherished dreams. Most of the times, they are not fulfilled. As a result, they get bogged down by depression, and lose their focus on their goals. Being faced with this condition, they get distracted very easily and in times, fall apart. They lose their enthusiasm and their energy level falls radically. Life provides them with second chances, but distracted souls cannot recognize those. They fall into a vicious circle of failures. There comes the role of training the mind. This technique is majorly known as meditation. In today’s daily hectic schedule, it is gaining its mounting significance. Meditation for half an hour to one hour can provide one with extreme peace of mind, positive energy, and an enthusiastic outlook towards life. It releases the tension in mind, relaxes the limbs, and makes one ready for further challenges. It makes one more alive to face the hurdles of life more successfully than ever. Yogic meditation has many positive impacts on human life. Across India, there are several organizations, which provide meditative trainings and consultancy services. If you are facing troubles in your daily life and looking for a steady solution, you can go through the pages of...

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