[Meditation Society of America] Re: WHAT DOES THE PRACTICE CONSIST OF?
- --- In email@example.com, Reynold Wingate
> I agree. Without knowing anything about the sahajThere's nothing special about it save for the greed
> marg, I have been meditating in the morning and before
> going to bed. As you said, any kind of meditation will
> achieve calm. I wonder if there is anything new in
> sahaj marg.
of the guru promoting it.
> --- jodyrrr <jodyrrr@y...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org,
> "subhash naik"
> <sbhshnaik@y...> wrote:
> > The daily practice of Sahaj Marg (the natural path)
> consists of
> meditation in
> > the morning,before the day's activities begin;
> cleaning in the
> evening after the
> > day;s activities are completed annd a prayer
> meditation before going
> to bed.
> > Weekly attendance at group meditations and
> fortnightly individual
> > with a preceptor also form part of the regular
> > After practising this ststem for few months and
> receiving the
> benefit of
> > Transmission ,the aspirant begains to feel a state
> of calmness and
> > peace.This is a sure sign of progress.It is
> recommended that the
> aspirants try
> > this system sincerely for at least six months and
> let their
> experience convince
> > them to continue.
> Aspirants should know that *ANY* meditation practice,
> when applied sincerely, will work just as well, if not
> better than "Sahaj Marg," which appears to be nothing
> more than a repackaging of ancient practices by a
> guru, a la the Maharishi and his TM.
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