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341Amrit Vela - Brahmamuhurta - The Hour of Elixir - Meditation Upon God

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  • santmat_mystic ( James )
    Jun 27, 2006
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      Amrit Vela - Brahmamuhurta - The Hour of Elixir - Meditation Upon God

      Radhasoami Reality:
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      {Radhaswami Dayal ki Daya Radhaswami Sahai:
      "Grant Merciful Radhasoami Thy Grace and Protection"}

      The Supreme Lord should be sought within, beyond the realm of the
      senses.

      To move spiritually upward within one's self, through and beyond the
      inner regions, is to progress towards union with the Supreme Lord.
      This practice is devotion to the Supreme Lord and is unfailing. This
      spiritual practice is for attaining the perfect Gnosis or personal
      Knowledge of the Self and is also called the Antarik Satsanga (inner
      effort to meet the Supreme Lord).

      Listening to and study of the discourses on this sacred knowledge is
      an important step in the Sant Mat tradition. Listening to satsanga
      (spiritual discourses) is prescribed as an essential activity.

      The personal and private instruction in the art of this spiritual
      practice should be received from a Satguru (an accomplished
      spiritual master). Once the technique has been learned, one should
      practice it regularly and daily according to the instructions given
      by the master.

      "Meditation Should Be An Essential Part
      of the Practitioner's Daily Routine"

      A comfortable asana (a pose of sitting or posture) of keeping the
      head, neck and trunk straight and steady is a must for meditation.
      Without the ability to sit in such a steady posture for prolonged
      periods, meditation cannot be practiced.

      Meditation should be practiced being alert, without being drowsy,
      shutting the eyes comfortably and without turning the eyeballs or
      pressing them in any way.

      The practice of meditation should be an essential part of the
      practitioner's daily routine. The preferred time of meditation is
      brahmamuhurta (very early in the morning: 3:00 A.M.). Likewise one
      should meditate at mid-morning and then again in the evening time.
      While falling asleep, one should also engage his mind in
      meditation.

      -- Maharishi Mehi Paramahansa Ji Maharaj,
      "The Philosophy of Liberation"