Thus Spake Babaji: Online Q&A Video, No 49
A live online Q and A session, recorded on 12 September 2021, with US participants
In this session Shri Babaji gives guidance on the following:
0:14 Jangama meditation technique of focusing the mind between the eyebrows
4:09 To have the consciousness of existence do you need the body?
6:08 Fixing the eyeballs in between eyebrows in meditation
8:37 How to remember the consciousness of existence outside of meditation
15:13 Some advice for a newcomer on how to go on the spiritual path
17:25 Does meditation increase detachment to the world?
19:12 What is the difference between watching and concentration?
20:11 The mind unable to stay still when trying to concentrate on an object
22:36 Can we say that the watcher and the watched disappear and finally watching remains?
25:10 Is there a difference between the third eye chakra and the space between the eyebrows?
27:07 How to silence the auditory component of thoughts
27:02 After how many months of tapas did it take to achieve thoughtlessness?
29:46 What would bring you out of deep meditation?
30:16 How to be content and grateful and avoid fear of poverty in your practice
32:38 Is Jangama dhyana in line with Patanjali yogi sutras or non-duality meditation?
33:29 Mental chatter that comes in meditation
34:54 Is it ok to be attracted to chanting mantras? Does cleansing of the mind occur during chanting?
36:46 How sadhana affects our actions in daily life and visa versa.
38:19 Are we going back to being a child as the mind becomes purified?
39:53 Joy when dancing
41:02 How to avoid the body jerking during meditation
42:10 How to cope with getting older as we experience more physical problems
47:10 How many thoughts would Swamiji have had when in tapas for 12 years?
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