Maya and the Means to Overcome It

Maya is often described the force that creates the illusion that we are merely material beings.  In this podcast Dada Vedaprajinananda looks at Maya as the creative force of the Supreme Conscious and outlines ways in which humans can overcome Maya and realize true bliss.

Brahmacarya: Remaining Attached to Brahma

Dada Vedaprajinananda continues with his explanation of the parts of Yama and Niyama, the ethical principles of yoga.  In this episode Dada looks at Brahmacarya, the practice of remaining connected with the Supreme Consciousness during daily life.

Satya: Thinking and Speaking in the Spirit of Welfare

Yoga is based on ethical principles known as Yama and Niyama.  Yama comprises areas of conduct which are concerned with our relations to others around us.  By following Yama we can live harmoniously with those around us.  There are five parts to Yama, and the second part is known as Satya which is the subject of this podcast.

Ahimsa: Not Hurting Others by Thought, Word or Deed

The foundation of yogic spiritual practice is morality, and the first item in yoga’s guide to human conduct is to refrain from inflicting harm on others.  Dada Vedaprajinananda discusses the implications of this principle in a 15 minute podcast.

The Sentient Vegetarian Diet

Dada Vedaprajinananda talks about the diet that is followed by yogis and other spiritual practitioners. The sentient vegetarian diet is based on yoga’s understanding of the fundamental vibrations of nature and how this affects food.  The main idea of the sentient vegetarian diet is to choose food that is good for the mind as well as the body.