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Transcendental Maha Mantra Meditation (T-3M) Technique: When we focus our minds on sensory input from the external world or on thoughts and feelings that arise within us, we are engaged in a type of meditation, in the broadest sense of that word. So you could say that all of us are already meditating at every moment. The mind is always busy: It can’t be stopped. Meditation and yoga are for helping us rise above the mind’s chatter. What we meditate on now creates our future life. A person in bodily consciousness constantly thinks of eating, sleeping, sex, and self-protection or of things related to these four basic activities. Transcendental Maha Mantra meditation(T-3M) is what the Vedas prescribe for this day and age. The single most highly recommended mantra—with the greatest ability to uplift our consciousness. This meditation technique will helps in stress relief and also from anxiety attack resulting in more inner peace, creativity, concentration, health, success and happiness. In fact, by proper practicing of this meditation technique, the meditator over a period of time, will achieve overall well-being be it physical, mental, intellectual, emotional or spiritual health. Come and learn this great transcendental maha mantra meditation technique from a bonafide spiritual master at Transcendental Yoga or Divyamaya Yoga Centre.
Classes on Transcendental Knowledge or Divya-Jnana We offer a weekly online/offline interactive sessions on the Transcendental Knowledge or Divya-Jnana and the application of them in our day to day life. Some of the interesting topics which will be discussed during the class on Transcendental Knowledge or Divya-Jnana are listed below: What is the difference between human and animal life? What is the real goal of human being? Who am I? Why are we suffering in this material world? Does reincarnation exists? Does really God exists? Who is a bonafide guru? What is the characteristics of bonafide guru? What is the qualification of a good disciple? etc...
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Question: What is Yoga? Answer: Kṛṣṇa tells Arjuna that he should act in yoga. And what is that yoga? Yoga means to concentrate the mind upon the Supreme by controlling the ever-disturbing senses. And who is the Supreme? The Supreme is the Lord. And because He Himself is telling Arjuna to fight, Arjuna has nothing to do with the results of the fight. Gain or victory are Kṛṣṇa's concern; Arjuna is simply advised to act according to the dictation of Kṛṣṇa. The following of Kṛṣṇa's dictation is real yoga, and this is practiced in Transcendental Yoga / Divyamaya Yoga Centre. By this practice only can one give up the sense of proprietorship. Yoga means to get into touch with the Supreme Lord. The process, however, includes several bodily features such as āsana, dhyāna, prāṇāyāma and meditation, and all of them are meant for concentrating upon the localized aspect of Vāsudeva represented as Paramātmā. Paramātmā realization is but partial realization of Vāsudeva, and if one is successful in that attempt, one realizes Vāsudeva in full. But by ill luck most yogīs are stranded by the powers of mysticism achieved through the bodily process. If you indulge your senses unrestrictedly but make a show of yoga practice, you will never be successful. The senses cannot be controlled in the proper sense of the term; they are always agitated. This is true also with a child—how long can he be forced to sit down silently? It is not possible. Even Arjuna said, cañcalaṁ hi manaḥ kṛṣṇa: “The mind is always agitated.” The best course is to fix the mind on the lotus feet of the Lord. Mano mayy arpitaṁ sthiram. If one seriously engages in spiritual activities, that is the highest perfectional stage.
Ashtanga Yoga: Ashta means 'Eight' and Anga means 'limb'. So, Ashtanga Yoga means eight fold path of yoga composed by Patanjali Maharishi. The eight limbs of ashtanga yoga are: 1. Yama 2. Niyama 3. Asana 4. Pranayama 5. Pratyahara 6. Dharana 7. Dhyana 8. Samadhi Lord Kapila, the Personality of Godhead, who is the highest authority on yoga, explains that by all these stages of practice, one must realize Lord Vishnu, who is the target of all yoga. By following this system of yoga, one can enter into the ever-increasing transcendental bliss. Come and learn the traditional authentic ashtanga yoga at Transcendental Yoga / Divyamaya Yoga Centre and experience the unlimited happiness.
FREE Yoga Classes for Kids, Youths & Parents: Namasthe, We are very happy to invite all the kids, youths and the parents to come & enjoy 5 days FREE Yoga session of learning and experiencing the different style of yogas namely Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga and the Power Yoga. This free yoga classes will be commencing from 24th May 2017 having 1 hour session starting @ 5 am, 6 am and 9:15 am. All are welcome with your friends & family at Divyamaya Yoga / Transcendental Yoga, Next to ISKCON Temple, Bharat Nagar, Near Sunkadakatte, Magadi Road, Bangalore. Limited Seats. First come First Serve Basis. Hurry Up!!! Call immediately to register your names. For more information, please visit our centre or call us. Google Map Location: https://goo.gl/FbljGl Website: www.divyamayayoga.com / www.transyoga.net Email: contactus@divyamayayoga.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/transcendentalyogaclasses Twitter: https://twitter.com/jps_transyoga Please share this post with your family, friends and relatives.
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Question: How to find the real knowledge ? Answer: Knowledge of this world, acquired from sources within it, will always be imperfect and limited. vidyāṁ cāvidyāṁ ca yas / tad vedobhayaṁ saha|| avidyayā mṛtyuṁ tīrtvā / vidyayāmṛtam aśnute|| "Only one who can learn the process of nescience and that of transcendental knowledge side by side can transcend the influence of repeated birth and death and enjoy the full blessings of immortality." —Sri Ishopanishad, Mantra 11 People do not understand what immortality is. Because they have no knowledge of the subject, they think it is a vague idea. Nowadays people are being educated all over the world for advancement of knowledge. Knowledge is meant for the human being, not for the cats and dogs. Therefore, for human being, there are so many universities, schools, colleges, institutions, laws. To advance in knowledge is to understand "Who am I?" If I do not know who am I, then what is the meaning of my advancement of knowledge? Generally, despite so many universities all over the world, people are going on in the concept of this body, "I am this body." "I am Indian, " "I am American, " "I am Hindu, " "I am Muslim." So everyone is identifying himself with this material body. Then where is the advancement of knowledge? Bhagavad Gita 13.3 says kṣetra-kṣetra-jñayor jñānaṁ yat taj jñānaṁ mataṁ mama. The kṣetra, this body, and the owner of the body... I am not this body, I am the owner of this body. This is jñānam. There are so many things we do not know, and can never know, even by our modern experimental knowledge. If you want real knowledge, you must go to the source of knowledge: the Vedas. Veda means "knowledge." There are 108 Vedic Upanishads, out of which nine are very important. The Bhagavad-gita is also known as the Gitopanisad. It is the essence of the Vedic knowledge and one of the most important Upanisads in Vedic literature.
Join your kids for the "Kids Yoga Summer Camp" from today to till Friday 12th May, 2017 from 7:30am to 8:30am at our divyamaya yoga / transcendental yoga centre. Call us to register to this kids yoga summer camp event abosolutely free.
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