The Spiritual Journey

Ishwar Putra Arun

Embarking on the spiritual journey is like getting into a very small boat and setting out on the ocean to search for unknown lands.

The light and sound are the two primary manifestation of God. When God desired to bring about creation, a current of Light and Sound emanated from God. It is a divine stream that brought all creation into being. The soul, absorbed in that current, starts to transcend physical consciousness and being its journey back to God.

The spiritual journey ends in the union of the individual soul with ultimate cosmic reality.

According to Ishwar Putra Arun there are eighteen (18) divisions of consciousness – six (6) chakra in body namely – Muladhara, Svadhishthana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddha and Ajna, Five (5) in in side the head namely – Third Eye, Jyoti Niranjan (Om Brahm), Trikuti (Maya Brahm), Dasam Dwar (Ra Ram Brahm) and Mansarovar Lake and seven (7) are above the body namely –  Shunya, Maha Shunya, Bhanwar Gupha (Soham Brahm), Sat Lok, Alakh, Agam and Anami.

SATSANG ( Science of Spirituality)

Ishwar Putra Arun

SATSANG , is a center for delevering purely spiritual teachings and training to mankind, irrespective of class barriers such as caste, colour, creed , sect, age or education. In it Ishwar Putra Arun offers opportunity  free to all who are anxious for Self-knowledge and God-knowledge.

Satsang deals with the most abstruse problems connected with the soul and primarily imparts instructions in the Science of the Soul. All other considerations — physical, social , moral — are secondary and enter discussion only in so far as they aid in the upliftment of the soul.

Satsang does  not conform any formal places of worshiping. The human body is the true Temple of God, and since God is Spirit, those who worship Him, must worship Him in Spirit. The higher values of life–the greatness of God and the need for humility, leading to a pure and honest life of truth, chastity, abstinence, and a loving selfless service of humanity have always been enjoined by all spiritual teachers, as only an ethical life can pave the way of spiritual life.

In Satsang, Ishwar Putra Atrun teaches the importance of sacrifice and to follow in practical life. Father makes sacrifice for their children, Mother makes sacrifice, wife makes sacrifice for her husband, husband makes sacrifice for his wife, brother makes sacrifice for his sister and brother and sister makes sacrifice for her brother. When people forget this sacrifice feeling, the Adharm appears.  Satsang is the basic need of people to turn the people towards Dhama or towards the spending comfortable,  happy and peacefull life.

–  Ishwar Putra Arun

   Surat Shabd Yoga

                         

                                                                                                                                                   Ishwar Putra Arun

‘Surat’ means ‘Soul or Aatma’. ‘Shabd’ means ‘word’. In Surat Shabd Yoga, the term ‘word’ signifies the music of the soul. ‘Yoga’ means ‘union’. And that is the main purpose of Surat Shabd Yoga – the union of the soul with the essence of the absolute Supreme Being, using the dynamic force of creative energy surrounding the universe in the form of sound vibrations. Surat Shabd Yoga meditation aims to help the individual in realizing his true divine self. Liberating the soul from the cycle of life and death, Surat Shabd Yoga helps in achieving enlightenment and ultimately, Moksha.

Surat Shabd Yoga is a yogic meditation as ‘dying while living’. The meditation involves drawing one’s attention from the physical body and merging the consciousness with the inner sound. It is similar to the physical process of dying when the attention leaves the physical body and the soul merges into the celestial universe and the Divine. In Surat Shabd Yoga, one experiences the absorption of consciousness into the Sound in the state of full awareness.

Surat Shabd Yoga is a science of the soul. This meditation is also called ‘Sadhna’ as it leads to Moksha. Surat Shabd Yoga believes that initiation by a Satguru / Authorise Guru is a must for a successful Sadhna. This surat shabd yoga meditation technique is a simple process, but it needs practice to master it.

Although this meditation could be done anytime and anywhere but I advise to meditate early in the morning i.e. Brahm Muhurt (between 04:00 a.m to 06:06 a.m.), before breakfast and also just before you go to bed at night. One should make it a regular habit. This helps in becoming adept at this form of meditation. With regular practice, you can perfect it and then can do the meditation successfully whenever you need or want to do it.