It has been claimed that if enough people meditate, then the world will be transformed. Is this true or not? Dada Vedaprajinananda offers his opinion in this podcast.
Fear is a bully and you can overcome that bully by knowing the lore of the playground and also through spiritual remembrance. Dada Vedaprajinananda looks at the problem from both a practical and spiritual perspective, applying the teachings of his guru, Shrii Shrii Anandamurti.
When your meditation session seems to be going nowhere there is a simple technique that might help you overcome your obstacles and go on to a more blissful sitting.
Here is another method you can use to improve and deepen your meditation practice.
Dada Vedaprajinananda talks about the obstacles in the way of peaceful meditation and explains “the greatest secret of the universe” as a way to overcome the obstacles. You will have to listen for around ten minutes to find out the secret.
In this episode we we look at the inevitability of obstacles along the spiritual path (and life itself) and how we can overcome those obstacles
We take a look at the age old question “Who am I?” from the perspective of yoga and meditation.
What are the characteristics of the words that are used in meditation? This short podcast explains why and how a particular combination of syllables can help someone move on the path of human perfection.
Dada Vedaprajinananda reads Shrii Shrii Anandamurti’s discourse, “The Supreme Truth” and then gives a short commentary touching on the nature of this universe and the role of meditation in reminding us who we are, and what we have to do in this world.
This is a workshop-class by Dada Vedaprajinananda at a retreat at Ananda Liina (www.anandaliina.org) in Urbana, IL on September 30, 2012. According to yoga, there are six layers of the mind (including the physical body) and they can be perfected and purified using the eight limbs of yoga practice (known as Ashtanga or Astaunga yoga). Dada explains yoga practices can be used to bring about the perfection of mind.