The Jangama Meditation Technique

The Meditation Technique practised and taught by Meditation Masters Shivabalayogi (Swamiji) and Shiva Rudra Balayogi (Babaji). Both Masters achieved Self-Realisation through this technique.
As one of the highest techniques that has been practiced since ancient times in India, no external anchor is used – simply the mind becomes quiet on its own. It is a silent technique, practiced in a gentle way, not by forcing, or in a rush. With polite focus the attention is brought to a single point.

Jangama Meditation Instructions

  • Sit comfortably keeping the back and neck straight.
  • Close the eyes.
  • Concentrate the mind and sight in between the eyebrows.
  • Keep watching there by focusing the attention.
  • Do not repeat or imagine anything – just watch.
  • If thoughts or visions occur, just keep watching.
  • Keep the eyes closed until the meditation ends.

Remember, the only way to achieve the benefits of Meditation is to practice on a daily basis.
Start with whatever is manageable for you. Gradually you will feel like extending these periods more and more. The more you can meditate in one sitting, the better chance your mind has to recede and become silent and peaceful.

“You will be able to control your mind. That means when you want to think you can think, when you don’t want to think you can keep your mind quiet. Thus you are able to lead a stress-free life, totally relaxed, at peace all the time.

And if you want to pursue, you will be able to know your real Self, how you exist much beyond the birth and death of the physical body as an eternal entity, which is recognized as the soul.”

~Shiva Rudra Balayogi

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