257 – What are we searching?


When we attempt our sadhana, what are we pursuing?

Excellent health! Exhaustion of our karmas! Relaxed state of mind! Closer to the divinity! Blessings! Our guru will elevate us because we are applying due diligence!

What if we practiced our sadhana with sincerity and dedication? What if we wanted nothing, just to become more aware of surroundings and being gentle to the inhabitants of the universe?

The vital ingredient is that we systematically perform our sadhana, with devotion and faith daily.

The unconditional commitment that we make to our sadhana, grants us what we are seeking. It is interesting to observe that what our heart desired when we started is no longer our wish. We feel complete and are not wanting.

A simple daily practice of the Samvrit pranayama will balance our prana and breath. Inhale to the count of 5, hold to the count of 5, exhale to the count of 10, and hold the breath outside to the count of 5. Add So to the inhalation and Ham to the exhalation, 54 rounds counting backwards.

Our goal is to free ourselves of avidyamaya (the maya of ignorance).

Aim Hrim Klim

Picture by Katerina Kerdy

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