Practice self-improvement

Before starting meditation and conducting kinesitherapy Poltava, students are advised, if they want to achieve quick results, to eliminate three mind defilements: small, selfishness, vikshenu, or mind tossing and avarana, or veiling power. These pollution of the mind can be described as follows.
1. Small, or selfishness, is the greatest pollution. It is in all people. Therefore, each student, weak or well prepared, should start spending some time in the service of others before thinking about meditation, without thinking about reward.
2. Vishchen shakti, or throwing the mind. The mind becomes unstable due to pollution, and as a result, it cannot concentrate. The yogic method of stopping this throwing is in yogic breathing (see Section “Breathing”, above in the tips on the pages of the site), piety and melodies.
3. Avarana Shakti, or the veiling power of the mind, is the hardest with pollution. It overshadows the pure consciousness of the “I” and distorts the consciousness of the body. This is the pollution (the idea of ​​body consciousness) that is most difficult to get rid of. Therefore, Vedantic meditation and the answer to the question “Who am I?” Helps to eliminate this power. Only then can the "I" shine.
Whole volumes have been written to explain the meaning of this great word “OM”. Actually, the whole Vedanta and the whole philosophy of Hinduism are aimed at explaining it. OM contains the whole Universe. There is not in the world and the science of kinesitherapy Chernivtsi of such a law, force or object that would not fit in the word “OM”.

Let us try to explain how all levels of being, all worlds, all phases of existence are surrounded by this word “OM”. The importance of this word will be explained from different points of view so that people can understand it with their mind, and also accept it with their heart. And since we are all rational beings, we should not perceive anything that does not correspond to our intellect and consciousness.