Dhyana Sadhana Kriya

Meditation is substratum of spiritual life. In all religions meditation has been the prime practice for connecting oneself to the divinity of the God. As a matter of fact there may be countless methods of meditation. In Yoga, Tantra, Upnishads there are practices of meditations to tame the mind to explore oneself and stay united with the inner self. Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Hinduism in other religions also some or other kind of meditation is practice. Actually speaking calmness and stillness are not the natural properties of mind which is always in motion. Mind has whirlwinds and whirlpool. The whirling movement is intrinsic to all minds. The Bhagwad Gita has emphasized the fact that the mind is always in the motion and that the moving nature of the mind is to be controlled. The Gita admits that it is difficult to control the mind still. It prescribes yogic methods to restrain and calm the mind .Bhagwad Gita asserts that it is possible to yoke and still the mind if one sincerely and meticulously practices the prescribed yogic methods.