There is One God and no matter what we call it, or how we define it or choose to relate, the world’s great traditions point to the same place. This is a meditation upon the names of God.
Tratakam is a Sanskrit word which means “to look” or “to gaze.” This meditation technique involves staring at a single point of focus. This is typically the flame of a candle, but other objects that may be used include a place on the wall, an object of worship, a deity, flower, mountain, or rising sun or moon.
This meditation refines the sattvic guna of your mind. Sattvic means pure, true, and balanced, and it represents contentment, joy, peace, and harmony.
The Meditation for Peace was given to create a state of peace on planet Earth among all people, religions, and nationalities.
This meditation is to be practiced on the Full Moon. It is a key to opening the flow of Kundalini energy. It brings peace, security, and the wisdom to make the right choices in life.
Burn off all the negativity, shame, and guilt of the past and the present. Rebirth yourself with this meditation and feel bright, light, positive and hopeful.
In ancient times, when every village was alongside a river, the people of the village would come together at times of mourning or loss. They would wade into the river up to their navel and practice this meditation. In modern times, you may sit on the floor or in a chair. If available, you may practice this meditation sitting or standing comfortably in water–in your bathtub at home, in a swimming pool, in a lake, a river, or the ocean when it is calm.