Meditation – A Message for Restrained life


Life lived with reasonable restraint is the basis for happiness. Restraint makes a man patient, well behaved and tolerant. It also develops the personality. So our Vedas and Religious scriptures teach us that even for living best life, one must live a restrained life. Then a person becomes the picture of equipoise, morally strong and detached. While performing the worldly duties, he never binds in worldly restrictions, thus by being involved in family; a man who lives with restraint can attain asceticism. This is the greatness of restrained life. Guruji also insists upon such a great life because in this materialistic world, people are eager to live an unrestrained, uncontrolled life. People are becoming the victim of many diseases and disorders due to their involvement in RAJAS and TAMAS driven by limitless desires. In brief, desire for accumulating wealth, makes a man shed restraint.

So, Guruji insists on a balanced life lived with moderation and through his teachings, he awakens the world about the greatness of such life .The same pious sermons are for everyone that none should be overpowered by selfish desires to attain wealth. By fairness and hard work, the wealth which is earned is well deserved and one must never get tense about the things that are beyond reach. But one must keep on working hard. By fighting evil thoughts and developing positive energy with meditation, one must give direction to one’s life. Even after becoming an achiever in life, one should lead an ideal life which is balanced and restrained. It is the greatest virtue of a man if he remains balanced and restrained irrespective of circumstances.

True meditation not only helps us live a happy, healthy and contented life but also ultimately helps us realise our Creator, God.

What is Meditation?

naam shabad True Meditation is taught by True Master. No one knows that there is such a supreme power that is present inside everyone, which helps everyone in this world and even beyond. Only the Guru makes it attainable by the means of meditation.

To address and call up the Almighty through God’s words (Gurumantra) is known as meditation.

The meditation is a chant which is practically tested by the Master to deliver the soul to higher realms. Once the Soul is emancipated, one can experience God, feels his existence, realize how profoundly He changes our life for the better and helps us get rid of our tensions and troubles.But Almighty God has to be prayed for by calling his True Name, the correct method of meditation. It helps one became powerful spiritually and tap the ocean of joys within. And by meditating upon God’s words one reaches the tenth door, God’s light and sound is seen and heard. The God becomes manifest, internally.

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Naam Shabad:

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What It Requires?

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FAQ for Beginners

Q.1 Which is better out of ‘Yoga’ and ‘Meditation’?

Ans. ‘Meditation’ is like the root of a plant whereas, ‘Yoga’ is its pruning from outside.

Q.2 Define Meditation. Why should one go for it?

Ans. To address and call up the Almighty through God’s words (Gurumantra) is known as meditation. It is imperative to recite in order to have access to Supreme Creator. Body becomes capable to fight with disorders and many deadly diseases can also be cured. Moreover, it is mandatory to bring self confidence, peace of mind and to get rid of sorrows, worries and tensions.

Q.3 Which routine of meditation (sumiran) is the best?

Ans. The best time is between 2:00 am to 5:00 am, waking up during this time and offering Sumiran for at least an hour. The Time for the evening is before dinner or two and a half to three hours after dinner (doing meditation for an hour).

Q.4 How can drug and alcohol addiction be cured better, through medication or meditation?

Ans. Meditation can bring an end to addictions even without the prescribed medicines. Drug of Gods words (Gurumantra) is excessively lucrative.