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The Path of Meditation (Dhyan Yoga) (in Hindi)
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This lesson explains the most difficult path of salvation by meditation or dhyana.

Awdhesh Singh is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Awdhesh Singh
Director,, An E-learning platform for Civil Services, Schools, GST etc., IITian, Former IRS Officer CSE-1989 rank 272

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Wonderful insights, thank you very much Sir. Very grateful to you for this course. It is immensely helpful in guiding us on the right path in life.
अति सुंदर .........महोदय ...... धन्यवाद .....
Thank you sir....... You show spiritual path in our study. It is very helpful for our life style.....
Thank you sir....... You show spiritual path in our study. It is very helpful for our life style.....
Thanks Sir, I am traveling this spiritual path around 2 years and reading some spiritual books about this knowledge, but this lesson explain everything and in detail about the spirituality and knowledge about the Gita, thank you so much Sir for your effort
  1. The Path of Meditationn (Dhyana Yoga) Dr Awdhesh Singh

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  3. Renunciation -Shri Ramkrishna Param hans once described the essence of GI-TA and TA-GI (Tyagi) viz. Renunciation It is however not easy to renounce because even if you renounce something physical, you can't do it mentally and emotionally Your mind still clings to worldly things despite outwardly renunciation - You think more when you miss something

  4. Story of Two Monks (Zen Story) Two monks were walking and soon they came to the banks of a river where the strong current was flowing Two monks were walking and soon they came to the banks of a river where A young women request the monks to help her cross the river The senior monk lifted her on his shoulder and crossed the river and left her on the other side When they travelled some distance the younger monk said, "How can you touch a woman and carry her on your shoulder?" - The senior monk replied, "I have left her on the other side of bank long time ago. Why are you still carrying her?"

  5. Idol Worship - Idol worshiping is only a means to concentrate on the attributes of Goc Most people start treating the idols as God They worship the idols in mechanical manner without imbibing qualities without mbibing quaies - Idol worship is prohibited in many religions like Judaism and Islam

  6. Sthitpragya (One with steady understanding) - You develop steady understanding when all cravings of mind disappear and you become happy from within (Soul) - Such a mind Is not disbursed in sorrow - Does not crave joy Remain free from passion, fear and anger Peace of mind leads to end of all ills - - Such a man rests in Brahman and gets united with Supreme

  7. Yogi - When you starve your senses, your cravings does not vanish. It vanishes only when you concentrate on Supreme Attachment gives rise to cravings and cravings create anger - Anger creates confusion which leads to loss of common sense, which ruins reasoning of man and thus causes his destruction - Undisciplined mind has no understanding and hence no faith Without faith, there is no peace and hence no happiness

  8. Your mind can be your enemy - Elevate yourself with the power of your mind/self (Atman) and not degrade. Mind alone is your friend and your enemy. - One who has conquered his mind, it is friend; and one who has not, it is an enemy (6: 5-6) - Mind can be restrained only by practice and detachment If you have faith but no control on mind, you can't achieve perfection in yoga (6:37)

  9. Identification of Yogi - The yogis look upon all-well-wishers, friends, foes, the pious, and the sinners-with an impartial intellect (6:9) He sees Divine everywhere and everything in divine (6:30). He is happy within, enjoy the delight of God within, and are illumined by the inner light Yoga is not for him wh eats to much or fast too much or sleep too much or who is too wakeful. - A yogi is disciplined in food and recreation, sleep and waking, effort and relaxation (6: 16-17) - His thoughts are fully controlled, he rests only in self (Atman) and who is free from longing of all objects of desire

  10. Yogi is most superior -A yogi is superior to the tapasvi (ascetic), superior to the jnani (a person of learning), and even superior to the karmi (ritualistic performer). Thereforee strive to be a yogi. - A yogi who has faith in God is the most superior (6:46-47)