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Akshar (अक्षर) - Something that cannot be destroyed, Imperishable ( जिसे नष्ट नहीं किया जा सकता )
Akshar (अक्षर) - Something that cannot be destroyed, Imperishable ( जिसे नष्ट नहीं किया जा सकता )

Meditate Always

Have you experienced the life that takes you beyond your body after death? Many Spiritual Gurus try to teach this technique and there are many ways you can do it. You can leave your body at your will and can return back when you want. Does this scare you? If yes, then you should continue reading this blog further.  The method which takes you beyond your body will help you explore the spiritual world. It will help you experience the pleasure, the paradise.

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Many Spiritual Gurus, Saints or Monks try to explain us that our soul is tangled with our mind which is located at the center of the forehead. From this mind our thoughtfulness spreads into materialistic world.  This materialistic world is filled with desire, love, fear, hate, dreams and this is what reaches our conscious mind. This forms a layer over our subconscious mind and we forget the sole purpose of this life. In this world we try to find happiness, we start thinking that everything is real and true happiness lie here.  

We try to achieve everything we can for this happiness which does not exist in this life and in doing that we increase our karmic debt. We believe the reason for our joy or pain lies in this materialist world. This continuous process of experiencing the materialistic world keeps us away from self-realization. We forget the true light of our soul and we become so trapped in this process that we even forget our soul or our true identity.

The only way to realize our true self is through meditation. Meditation, as we start doing it we realize what the Gurus are trying to say. We understand their technique of spiritual journey. We understand the real objective of this life. We learn to master our life and we learn to master our mind and senses. As we keep practicing we experience our soul taking control of our mind. This is when we start seeing the results of meditation. We see ourselves more balanced and thoughtful. Our spirit starts taking control over our mind and body. And when we face bad time or a hard time it is very easy for us to face it off and recover from it.

I won’t be making this blog lengthier by explaining everything here. I will break this journey into simple steps and every step will help you understand the importance of spiritual journey.  

इन्द्रियस्येन्द्रियस्यार्थे रागद्वेषौ व्यवस्थितौ |
तयोर्न वशमागच्छेत्तौ ह्यस्य परिपन्थिनौ || 34||

Attachment and aversion of the senses for their respective objects are natural; let none come under their sway; they are his foes.

- Srimad Bhagvad Gita

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