The Secret of Past Lives: Contemplation of Tolerance

Published: 04.11.2017

  1. Select a Postur.
  2. Mahapran Dhvani (6 times)
  3. Kayotsarg (5 minutes)
  4. Perception and Contemplation

  • Visualize particles of blue colour around you. Take a breath of bright blue colour (similar to the colour of a peacock's neck). Experience that with each and every breath. Blue coloured particles are entering your body.
  • Concentrate your conscious mind on Vishuddhi Kendra (Centre of Purity) situated in the middle of the throat and visualize bright blue colour on this Centre.
  • Now shift your attention to the Jyoti Kendra (Centre of Enlightenment), situated in the middle of the forehead and contemplate —
    -My tolerance power is being reinforced.
    -My equanimity is increasing.
  • Repeat these sentences aloud nine times.
  • Now mentally repeat the same sentences nine times.
  • To acquire this virtue at different levels, now contemplate—

a. Physical sensation such as —

  • Sensation of seasonal changes
  • Sensation produced by disease

b. Mental sensation such as—

  • Sensation of pleasure and pain
  • Sensation of comfort and discomfort

c. Emotional sensation such as

  • Opposing views
  • Opposing nature
  • Opposing interests (taste)
  • All these sensations affect me, but I should not be swayed away by them (influenced by them).
  • If I am influenced by them, it would inhibit my abilities. Lesser I am affected, greater would be my strength.
  • Therefore, development of tolerance is the key to success in my life (10 minutes).

     5. Conclude Dhyan session with recitation of Mahapran Dhvani (6 times).


Title: The Secret of Past Lives
Authors: Muni Kishan Lal
Publisher: B. Jain Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Edition: 2017

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  1. Body
  2. Centre of Enlightenment
  3. Centre of Purity
  4. Contemplation
  5. Dhvani
  6. Dhyan
  7. Equanimity
  8. Jyoti Kendra
  9. Kayotsarg
  10. Kendra
  11. Mahapran
  12. Mahapran Dhvani
  13. Tolerance
  14. Vishuddhi Kendra
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