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S'rî Vyuha Association is a community of sincere individuals who are striving to enjoy the bliss of Brahman Consciousness. Our work is to perfect our own lives in all areas until the physiology and psychology are able to sustain Brahman Consciousness as our living eternal reality. This is accomplished through the systematic application of techniques that restructure the physiology and purify the psychology. The titles and descriptions of these techniques are available to the public, but the unique knowledge and practices of these techniques are only revealed to Members of S'rî Vyuha Association.

We invite you to review the titles and descriptions of the S'rî Vyuha techniques for establishing Brahman Consciousness. Each Technique is presented in its own Community that offers a general page of information for the public, and a number of private pages that are open to Members. One Community, Atmavedi 1, is completely open to the public. Please visit this Community to learn more about the S'rî Vyuha approach to bring fulfillment to human existence.

Goloka SmallYou are also invited to do your part to usher in the Golden Age that is soon to appear on Earth! Krishna says it will be His pure devotees (bhaktas) who perform samayama on the esoteric maha-mantra that will purify mother Ganga and the entire age of Kali. Only samayama on the esoteric maha-mantra is powerful enough to purify this present age of Kali. Therefore only the Lord's devotees have the power to bring about the golden age within Kali yuga. Only Krishna Bhaktas can do this, so apply today for this delightful and highly evolutionary initiation by completing your application for a free Jyotish Chakra and express your interest in the "samayama on the esoteric maha-mantra" initiation in the Comments.

Becoming the Silence Within on the Moksha Advanced Course

 

Maharishi Meditating Vlodrop, 1990We always begin meditation with half a minute of feeling the silence within, we identify with that silence then we start the mantra and let it go. We witness the conscious thinking mind from this deep inner silence as it thinks the mantra. Our experience is true effortless thinking of the mantra, just like it takes zero effort to observe the engine of the car as it runs, it takes zero effort to observe the conscious thinking mind as it thinks the mantra. When we can maintain our awareness in the silent mind, which is our subtle mind and our direct connection with Krishna, as the conscious thinking mind is performing Dharana (thinking the mantra), we have progressed to the second level of meditation called Dhyana.

It is our objective to maintain this witnessing quality throughout meditation and Samyama. If we can do this, the meditation time passes quickly and effortlessly and blissfully! It is truely a delight to spend these moments in meditation. On the other hand, if we are unable to separate our mind into these two levels, conscious thinking mind and silent witnessing mind, and cannot witness the conscious thinking mind from the silent witnessing mind throughout meditation, then our experience of meditation is far less charming. We feel bored, uneasy and time moves very slowly, with many thoughts of “is it over yet?” as we may frequently check the time. If this is your experience, then you are not “effortlessly thinking the mantra” by detaching from your conscious thinking mind and witnessing from the subtle mind.

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