HOW THOUGHTS ARISE IN OUR MIND
SULABHYOGA IS SIMPLE, SCIENTIFIC, UNIVERSAL AND PRACTICAL
ANY ONE WHO CAN THINK CAN MEDITATE
Sulabhyoga is the worlds simplest and most effective meditation. Meditation can be effective only if it gives you relief from the stresses and strains one gathers in day to day life. Meditation is in effect deepest relaxation technique. You reach deepest rest while being conscious. Just as sleep gives you relaxation and energy to carry on next day, meditation gives deeper rest and thus remove all the deep rooted stresses and strains one gathers in day to day life.
Meditation is the process of taking your awareness to deeper levels of your consciousness so that you gradually experience thoughts at subtler and subtler levels. The entire process is carried on by the very nature of mind. It is a misconception that mind is fickle and has to be controlled to reach higher levels of consciousness. It is not true. The thought that mind should be controlled is in itself a thought. So, the more you try to control the mind, the more it resists. This process of self inflicted conflict will make you tense, less relaxed and gathers stress in the controlling process. It is unnatural and wastes energy to say the least.
Your mind is like a bee and is in search of bliss. When it finds Honey in a lotus it will stay there even if lotus closes its petals.
All you have to do let the mind go deeper and deeper towards the source of bliss. Experiencing it will guide the mind deeper and deeper in a very simple, natural and effortless way.
If it is so simple, why every one is not able to do it?
Yes. It is really a very simple and natural process but extremely subtle. It is easy to learn any thing which is grosser. Our mind can grasp such things easily and remember it. For example, if one learns an Asana, it is remembered for years. But an extremly simple and suble thing like meditation requires ones full attention, regular practice and occasional checking by teacher to keep the practice simple and pure. The tragedy of subtle knowledge is that every teacher tries to contribute in order to make the knowledge more fulfilling from his point of view. And his deciple adds a little more here and there. Thus when hundreds of years pass, the knowledge looses its purity and effectiveness.
This simple technique was given by Bhagawan Sri Krishna in Bhagavatgita and brought to you in its simplest form.by the grace of our teachers.
Now we bring it to you as Sulabhyoga. A very simple, scientific and practical way of meditation.
If we look at how our thoghts arise in our mind, we will understand the basic principle of Sulabhyoga.
Thoughts start at deepest levels of our mind which can simply be called as source of thoughts. Thoughts starts coming up towards conscious mind and grows bigger and bigger till it enters the conscious part of mind. Once it enters conscious mind, we say 'I got a thought'. This simply means, earlier, before we became aware of it, the thought was still there in our mind but at subtler level. We were not aware of its existance at that time.
Because, our conscious mind is limited and akin to the waves in an ocean. Waves are only few feet in depth while the ocean is very very deep. Similarly, we are using only a small portion of our mind. Science says that the portion of conscious mind is hardly 10-15% of our total mental potential. With regular practice of Sulabhyoga, the mind is trained to experience thoughts at subtler and subtler levels, thus expanding our conscious mind. With regular practice of Sulabhyoga, more and more of conscious mind will be utilized making our actions better. When the whole portion becomes conscious mind, that state is called 'Yoga'
ANY ONE CAN LEARN THIS SIMPLE TECHNIQUE, PRACTICE REGULALY AND ENJOY RESULTS FROM DAY ONE. THEY CAN MAKE THEIR ACTIONS MORE EFFICIENT, LIFE MORE FULFILLING, RADIATE PEACE AND HARMONY AROUND THEM
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