The Yoga of Meditation uncovered by Krishna is arranged in sixth Chapter, Dhyana Yoga of Bhagavad Gita. Sri Krishna uncovers the Yoga of Meditation to Arjuna and He clarifies the methods. He discusses the role of activity in getting ready for Meditation, how performing responsibilities and duties in devotion purifies one's mind and uplifts one's spiritual cognizance.
Lord Krishna clarifies the impediments that one faces when they attempt to control their mind and working strategies by which one can overcome their mind. Likewise, Krishna also uncovers how one can concentrate their mind on Paramatma, so that they can unite with God.
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The individuals who look for the state of Yog ought to live in isolation, continually occupied with meditation with a controlled mind and body, disposing of wants and assets for pleasure.
Seated firmly on it, the yogi should strive to purify the mind by focusing it in meditation with one-pointed concentration, controlling all thoughts and activities. He must hold the body, neck, and head firmly in a straight line, and gaze at the tip of the nose, without allowing the eyes to wander as per an article on VedicFeed.
Along these lines, with a quiet, peaceful, fearless, bold, and unfaltering mind, and staunch in the vow of celibacy, the cautious yogi ought to meditate on me, having only me as the preeminent objective.
In this way, continually keeping the mind retained in me, the yogi of controlled mind achieves nirvāṇ, and lives in me in supreme harmony.
With careful control, Yogis figure out how to pull back the mind from narrow minded longings and bolt it on the unparalleled great of oneself. Pixabay
With careful control, they figure out how to pull back the mind from narrow minded longings and bolt it on the unparalleled great of oneself. Such people are said to be in Yoga and are liberated from all longing of the senses.
As the light of a lamp in a windless spot doesn't flicker, similarly the trained brain of a yogi stays consistent in meditation on oneself.
At the point when the mind, limited from material exercises, turns out to be still by the act of Yoga, at that point the yogi can observe the spirit through the cleaned and purified mind, and he celebrates in the internal satisfaction.
In that cheerful state of Yoga, known as samādhi, one encounters preeminent limitless divine bliss, and therefore arranged, one never deviates from the Eternal Truth.
Having picked up that state, one doesn't believe any accomplishment to be more noteworthy. Being thus established, one isn't shaken even amidst the greatest catastrophe.
That state of severance from union with misery is known as Yoga. Pixabay
That state of severance from union with misery is known as Yoga. This Yoga should be resolutely practiced with determination free from pessimism.
Totally denying all wants emerging from contemplations of the world, one ought to limit the senses from all sides with the mind. Gradually and consistently, with conviction in the brain, the mind will get fixed in God alone and will consider nothing else.
At whatever point and any place the fretful and shaky mind meanders, one ought to bring it back and persistently center it around God.
Extraordinary supernatural satisfaction and happiness comes to the yogi whose mind is calm, whose interests are stifled, who is without sin, and who sees everything regarding God.
The self-controlled yogi, unites self with God and turns out to be liberated from material contamination. Pixabay
The self-controlled yogi, in this manner joining the self with God, turns out to be liberated from material contamination, and being in steady and constant touch with the Supreme, accomplishes the most elevated condition of flawless bliss.
The mind is very restless, turbulent, strong and obstinate, O Krishna. It appears to me that it is more difficult to control than the wind. – Says Arjuna
Lord Krishna stated: O mighty-armed child of Kunti, what you state is right; the mind is hard to limit, without a doubt. Be that as it may, by training and separation, it very well may be controlled.
Yoga is hard to achieve for one whose mind is unbridled. In any case, the individuals who have figured out how to control the brain, and who endeavor truly by the correct methods, can accomplish flawlessness in Yoga. This is my opinion.
To be sure, they feel drawn toward God, even without wanting to, on the quality of their past control. Such seekers normally ascend over the ritualistic principles of the scriptures.
With the aggregated benefits of numerous past births, when these yogis participate in earnest undertaking in gaining further progress, they become cleansed from material wants and accomplish flawlessness in this life itself.
Of all yogis, those whose minds are always absorbed in me, and who engage in devotion to me with great faith, them I consider to be the highest of all.