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There is a current of Light and Sound that flows out from God through the various regions of creation. This divine stream also returns to God. If, through meditation, we connect our soul to this current, we can travel on it back to our Source.
— Sant RAJINDER SINGH



Under the guidance of Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj, seekers from all over the world and all walks of life are freely taught the Sant Mat method of meditation whereby they experience the inner Light and Sound of God reverberating within themselves.
A natural method involving no rigorous postures, meditation on the inner Light and Sound involves concentration of the attention at the third or single eye located between and behind the two eyebrows. With daily practice, students can transcend physical consciousness and explore inner realms of sonorous Light.
Jyoti and Shabd Meditation
Under the guidance of Sant Rajinder Singh, seekers from all over the world and all walks of life are freely taught the Sant Mat method of meditation whereby they experience the inner Light and Sound of God reverberating within themselves.

A natural method involving no rigorous postures, meditation on the inner Light and Sound involves concentration of the attention at the third or single eye located between and behind the two eyebrows. With daily practice, students can transcend physical consciousness and explore inner realms of sonorous Light.


Jyoti Meditation
An introductory form of meditation on inner Light, this method familiarizes students with the process of meditation by helping them to focus their attention at the single or third eye-behind and between the eyebrows-where divine Light manifests within.


Shabd Meditation
For those wishing to further their meditation practice, Shabd meditation is offered. Through initiation by the living, spiritual Master, students meditate on the inner manifestations of the divine Light and Sound of God.

(Note: The Shabd meditation practice requires abstinence from alcohol and recreational drugs as well as adherence to a lacto-vegetarian diet.)

 

By practicing meditation for an hour or two every day, we will find great rewards:


* Increased concentration, which can be applied to our workaday life.

* Increased attention span, which allows us to learn and process more information.

* Physical well-being and relief from stress that causes physical ailments.

* A calmer, more relaxed attitude toward problems in our worldly life.

* We begin to experience ourselves as soul, thus beginning our journey of self-knowledge and God-realization.

* As our connection to our soul and to God deepens, we radiate profound love to everyone around us.
 
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