Kiirtan (often spelled kirtan) is the practice of chanting mantras prior to meditation. In this podcast Dada Vedaprajinanda goes over the benefits of this practice. The Baba Nam Kevalam (only the name of the most beloved) is the chant referenced in this podcast.
It is important that each one of us utilize our full capacity to be all that we are capable of becoming, but it is equally important that we make sure that all people get this same chance. That is why we have to put an end to exploitation.
What are we searching for, where are we going and how do we get there? This podcast looks at these questions and takes a look at the “master plan” of the universe and our place in that plan. Also if you would like to get more detail about the Cosmic Cycle visit the video by Dada Vedaprajinananda.
We go over a few steps you can take to improve your meditation practice.
Exceptional people are the ones who have built our human society, so don’t worry if your spiritual practices put you in a minority.
Why should I start meditation now, when I can do it at a later time? Dada Vedaprajinananda explores this question.
Someone asked this question 3500 years ago, and it is still a pressing issue. Dada Vedaprajinananda goes into it using the response given by the yogi-king Yudhisthira and by contemporary guru Shrii Shrii Anandamurti
Dada Vedaprajinananda is joined by special guest Dr. Sid Jordan, aka. Acarya Vishvamitra for a discussion on the roles of meditation and psychotherapy in the task of overcoming psychological problems and reaching our full human potential.
Is there a way to understand the milestones on the spiritual path? In this episode we look at four stages of spiritual growth. This topic stemmed from a question by one of our listeners who wondered how to deal with the obstacles to meditation posed by friends, neighbors and other people who do not understand what we are doing.
Dada Vedaprajinananda answers a question from a listener who doesn’t always have the desire to meditate. The key to staying inspired is keeping good company (satsang) either in person or electronically!