Vedic Sampradaya

Β (Discipline)

DISCIPLAINE – JNANA SHIKHA KENDRA – DAILY PRACTICE

There are basically 4 type of stages in sanatana dharma, and we in Jnana Shiksha Kendra are focused mainly for the growing children we have set of practice designed please go through it and start practice and also same will be practiced and guided in local branch as well.

Brahmacharya is a concept that has been an integral part of the Vedic system of education and spiritual practice for centuries. It is a stage of life where young people focus on their education, spiritual development, and preparation for adulthood. The daily routine of Bramhacharya emphasizes self-discipline, self-control, and the pursuit of knowledge and spiritual growth.

Vedic Sampradaya (Discipline)

Steps- to be followed in daily practice:

1.Saucha (purity): The day begins with a daily bath, which is mandatory for all males and females. For females, a Purnima bath on the head is sufficient, but for males, a daily bath on the head is required.

2.Aachamanam

After the bath, Achamanam, a purification ritual, is performed, this is compulsory for both genders. External purification is done by bathing and internal purification of organs and atma is done by Aachamanam.

How to perform Aachamanam with Correct Mantras:Β Take water in one glass, and with below mantra follow the steps:

Om Achyutaaya Namaha: Β Sip water from right hand

Om Anantaaya namaha: Β Sip water from right hand

Om Govindaya Namaha:Β  Sip water from right hand

Om Hrishikeshaaya Namaha: with this mantra wash your hand

3.Pranayama:
The process of continuously regulating the breath.

Pranayama practice are made of combination of three compound breath movements.

Puraka: Take The breath inside.

Kumbhak: To retain the breath inside.

Rechak: To discharge the breath outside

4.JAPA: Recite mantras and prayers

  • Chant holy name mantra daily .
  • Jnana Shiksha Kendra prescribes – Rama or Krishna nama japa.
  • A minimum of 108 count and a maximum of 1008 repetitions are recommended per person.
  • You can use mala or count using your finger.

5.SHLOKA

  • Read at least one shloka daily from Bhagwad gita and understand it and try to relate with you life.
  • Reading one shloka from the Bhagavad Gita each morning is an important part of the daily routine. This helps in gaining spiritual knowledge and wisdom, and sets a positive tone for the day ahead.
  • After the repetition of the mantra, one should refrain from speaking lies, be honest, study wisely, and not speak negatively about anyone. This practice emphasizes the importance of self-control in thoughts, speech, and actions.
  • Additionally, celibacy is practiced during the Bramhacharya stage, which means avoiding sexual activity and romantic relationships. Instead, everyone is considered as a friend or a sibling, promoting the cultivation of pure and unconditional love towards all.
  • The Bramhacharya stage is also a time for physical exercise, yoga, and the observance of regular fasting and other spiritual practices.
  • Eating simple, sattvic food and avoiding indulgence in sensory pleasures are important aspects of the daily routine as well.

Overall, the daily routine of Bramhacharya emphasizes the importance of self-discipline, self-control, and the pursuit of knowledge and spiritual growth. These practices help in developing a strong foundation for a fulfilling and meaningful life, while also promoting the cultivation of virtues such as honesty, purity, and unconditional love towards all.

"Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments, and the Vedic sampradaya provides a roadmap for disciplined living towards the attainment of true knowledge and spiritual enlightenment."
Anvith Poojary

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