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Kenneth Chandler. No evil spirits have impelled us, Indra, nor fiends, O Mightiest God, with their devices. Let our true God subdue the hostile rabble; let not the lewd approach our holy worship. Comment : I have included this verse because there is some controversy about this verse. Griffiths chose to translate it according to the ancient authority Yaska.
They deck the fleet steed for the bounteous giver; the maid adorns herself and waits to meet him. What hath become of those our ancient friendships, when without enmity we walked together? I, Varuna, thou glorious lord, have entered thy lofty home , thine house with thousand portals.
Comment : Rig Veda does talk of temples although it is widely believed it does not. Radhakrishnan thinks that only Rig Veda X.
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Burn him not up, nor quite consume him, Agni: let not his body or his skin be scattered. O Jatavedas, when thou hast matured him, then send him on his way unto the Fathers. When thou hast made him ready, Jatavedas, then do thou give him over to the Fathers. Go, if it be thy lot, unto the waters, go, make thine home in plants with all thy members.
Thy portion is the goat: with heat consume him: let thy fierce flame, thy glowing splendour, burn him. With thine auspicious forms, o Jatavedas, bear this man to the region of the pious. Again, O Agni, to the Fathers send him who, offered in thee, goes with our oblations.
Ancient of days, again again born newly, decking her beauty with the self-same raiment. The Goddess wastes away the life of mortals, like a skilled hunter cutting birds in pieces. As the above verses show the elements of reincarnation are in fact there. Yama first found for us a place to dwell in: this pasture never can be taken from us. Men born on earth tread their own paths that lead them whither our ancient Fathers have departed. The might which Usana hath formed for thee with might rends in its greatness and with strength both worlds apart. O Hero-souled, the steeds of Vata, yoked by thought , have carried thee to fame while thou art filled with power.
Slayer of Vrtra, mount thy car, thy Bay Steeds have been yoked by prayer. May, with its voice, the pressing stone draw thine attention hitherward. Comment: There is a persistent effort in some circles to claim that Yoga came into Hinduism from Buddhism and Jainism. However the idea that something can be yoked by thought or prayer is there in the Rig Vedas.
Aditi is all Gods. Aditi five-classed men. Aditi all that hath been born and shall be born. To what is one, sages give many a title.
They call it Agni, Yama, Matarisvan. Speech hath been measured out in four divisions, the Brahmans who have understanding know them. Three kept in close concealment cause no motion; of speech, men speak only the fourth division. Where is the blood of earth, the life, the spirit? Who may approach the man who knows, to ask it? The tree whereon the fine Birds eat the sweetness, where they all rest and procreate their offspring, — Upon its top they say the fig is luscious ; none gaineth it who knoweth not the Father. But they who know it well sit here assembled. We worship the Father of the Three Worlds Tryambaka , the granter of prosperity.
Comment: If Aryans migrating from outside India had only reached Punjab when these songs appeared then how can Ganga be mentioned? In every figure he hath been the mode; this is his only form for us to look on. Mantra Meditation OM Meditation. How to do it As most type of meditations, it is usually practiced sitting with spine erect, and eyes closed. Transcendental Meditation TM. This is the official site of the movement: TM site. Is it for me? Yoga Meditation. How to do it Here are some types of meditation practiced in Yoga. The attention is constantly redirected to this point, as a means to silence the mind.https://volunteerparks.org/wp-content/howejus/839.php
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It is done with eyes open, and then with eyes closed, to train both the concentration and visualization powers of the mind. There are several dangers associated with this practice, and it should not be attempted without the guidance of a qualified yogi. This is more suited for those who have a devotional temperament, and are seeking the spiritual aspects of meditation.
To learn it, you can apply to receive the Self-Realization lessons, free of charge. Tantra is a very rich tradition, with dozens of different contemplative practices.
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Here are some examples from that text: Merge the mind and the senses in the interior space in the spiritual heart. When one object is perceived, all other objects become empty. Concentrate on that emptiness. Concentrate on the space which occurs between two thoughts. Fix attention on the inside of the skull. Close eyes. Meditate on the occasion of any great delight. Meditate on the feeling of pain. Dwell on the reality which exists between pain and pleasure. Concentrate on a bottomless well or as standing in a very high place.
Listen to the Anahata [heart chakra] sound. Listen to the sound of a musical instrument as it dies away.
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Concentrate intensely on the idea that the universe is completely void. Contemplate that the same consciousness exists in all bodies. It is not exactly meditation, but an excellent practice to calm the mind and prepare it for meditation. There are several different types of Pranayama , but the simplest and most commonly taught one is the