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A Sadhaka’s practical experience on meditation

A Sadhaka’s practical experience on meditation
By Rishi Teckchandani

A Sadhaka’s practical experience on meditation
By Rishi Teckchandani

Most human beings have an inherit goal of achieving success in their mission. Many dedicate their entire lives focusing on their mission. Regardless of whether they achieve their mission or not I personally believe every human can rejoice every step of their own respective mission if they realise the divine presence working through them. And that realisation will cause them success in their ultimate mission in life. This realisation only comes by dint of one’s sadhana (Spiritual practice). That is a sincere desire to self-realise one’s true state of mind. By dint of sincere sadhana one can conquer all human weaknesses and achieve a divine state of mind and accomplish all righteous missions. Whilst it is easily said, I believe it can be easily achievable if you know the secrets. The most important secret to doing proper sadhana is devotion. Its is difficult to withdraw the mind from this world without the proper guidance from the Guru and thus with devotion one is able to visualise the Guru and allow his presence to guide you into self-realisation. The guru is weakened by the disciple’s devotion because it is generally a state of mind that eliminates one’s ego. During the highest state of devotion a spiritual aspirants mind is fully absorbed in the cosmic consciousness and thus has no ego. I will say without the highest devotional feeling, it is very hard to overcome the mind. We perform kiirtana prior to sadhana to create this devotional feeling. And that is why Dada’s prescribe lots of Kiirtana for those who find difficulty doing Sadhana because one day that devotion will overcome the minds weaknesses and a clear path of sadhana will emerge. You will feel for Baba at that point. You will see his grace. That clarity will bring you closer to your mission. And once you can associate yourself with that mission, consider all missions accomplishable. I personally realised that when we practice sadhana sincerly, our lives are at peace. When we are not sincere, we face a bit of struggle and when we do not practice at all, our lives become hopeless. Sincere Sadhana can develop a human being into a perfected human being if one follows Yama and Niyama. If anyone wants to remain in an elevated state of mind in a practical world they should abide by Yama and Niyama. Nobody should feel hopeless when getting initiated the first time. It is rare to achieve bliss at first. But when you practice according to the 16 points (Ananda Marga 16 points) then you will see the difference overtime. There will be a point in your life that “love is all there is” these are the words that will emerge from your presence to others. And that is when you will know that Baba exists in you. Sadhana is a process that eliminates the difference between you and God. Practice with sincerity and don’t build an ego. Keep your teaching a secret and absorb his grace. Others will be inspired and you will have done your most important mission. Imagine a life of constant devotion. Sadhana can lead you to a happier mundane life because you feel positively charged to work, sing, dream, laugh and spread the word of joy. After all “Love is all there is” experience Ananda Marga sadhana and build your foundation of support. Sadhana can support your mind and give you the balance and true happiness that no one can. It is your own personal mission that will liberate you from all your weaknesses and give you your birthright Self-realisation. This is the essence of what I realised from my meditation. May you all enjoy his grace.

Sincerely,

Rishi Teckchandani- his humble devotee

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