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Homa Health Newsletter #131

  13th March 2017

HOMA HEALTH - NEWSLETTER 131

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EDITOR'S NOTE
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HOMA HEALINGS
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HOMA FARMING
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ECO NEWS
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EVENTS
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FUTURE EVENTS
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SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS OF
AGNIHOTRA

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MESSAGES FROM SHREE VASANT
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FROM INTUITIVE GUIDANCE
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MEDITATION

  Most people have already heard about Meditation.
Many, many have tried to meditate at some point.
Many practice Meditation regularly.
And some have reached high levels of Perception and Deep Peace in Meditation.
And gradually more people are achieving the state of “Unity or Oneness ”
 through Meditation.

Why Meditate?
There are more than a thousand and one reasons or benefits to be gained by regular practice of meditation, but
 the main benefit is
 "ONE".

     Yes, one, that is,
 The realization of
Unity with the Almighty
Father-Mother  and Perceiving His-Her Presence Everywhere.
To be ONE with Everyone.
 To be ONE with God.

        How to Prepare to Meditate?
   According to the Yogic Sciences, there are several Logical Steps to follow in order to tame the body, the senses and the mind before reaching the state of Meditation.

What are these steps?
   The Patanjali Sutras define 8 steps. These are:
1) and 2)
Yama and Niyama
For Calming and Purifying the Mind.
They are attitudes that we can apply in life, such as:
Satya (express the truth),
Ahimsa (non-violence), etc.
3) Asanas, Mudras, Bandhas
    Psycho-physical exercises to keep the body in optimal conditions, flexible and strong.

 



Meditation is very powerful in group and more profound during Agnihotra.

4) Pranayama
To purify the vital energy channels (Nadis) and activate the Chakras
5) Pratyahara
To control our attention and turn inward
6) Dharana
To deepen our attention towards a single point or Object
7) Dhyana
To become one with our object of concentration
8) Samadhi
To reach the state of “Oneness with Everyone and Everything”.
That is “Oneness with God”.

     Meditation is a pathway to Self-realization, and there are many ways or techniques to meditate. Just as we cannot enter the University without prior preparation, we cannot meditate without purification of mind, body and heart.

      It is not recommended to skip the basic steps. There is enough theoretical-practical information about the first 4 steps available in books, magazines, Internet, videos, yoga schools, spiritual centers and instructors.


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