What is Meditation / Dhyan
Dhyan is a happening, consequence after the sadhna. Dhyan is the link that connects the Soul with God. Dhyan (meditation) is the spiritual exercise that ends the distance between Atma (the soul) and Parmatma (God). Dhyan gives a divine feeling to creatures. Dhyan is a means of leading one from the outer world to the inner world. The petty concerns of the world should not intervene even partially in between dhyan, aatma(soul) and parmatma(supreme soul).
When Dhyan were practiced in masses in ancient times, it helped to inculcate non-violence, piety and harmony in society.
From ancient times Dhyan was considered to be an enigmatic subject kept closely guarded by Indian sages, saints and mystics. Regular practice of Dhyan cleanses the system and helps the practitioner attain perfect health and wellness. Dhyan affect positively on all fronts: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. When Dhyan were practiced in masses in ancient times, it helped to inculcate non-violence, piety and harmony in society.
Special features of Dhyan:
- Complete knowledge & experience of god by a creature.
- Turning inward and attaining a state of peace in every situations.
- Know the nature of your existence “who am I”.
- Acquaintance with someone within you and beyond you that will consummate you.
- Allows the practitioner to develop deep concentration skills and builds his/her ability to focus within.
- Dhyan has the capacity to calm the human mind and bring peace and tranquility.
- Regular practice of this Dhyan alleviates insomnia, apathy, over-anxiety, hallucination, bad dreams, forgetfulness, irritability, exasperation, mental depression and many other ailments which originate in the mind. It also helps in normalizing both high and low blood pressure.