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  • Writer's picturePremanandhan Narayanan

Awakening Inner Peace: Raja Yoga Meditation Awareness Camps at Temples

To create awareness about Raja Yoga meditation to the public we often conduct exhibitions at temples, some ask if Paramathma is the same if He is Allah, God, Jehovah and Shiva will you conduct this exhibition in mosque or churches.

The answer to the question is that only people who have completed 63 births of Bhakthi they will come and learn Raja Yoga meditation, other religion people take less births compared to a Raja Yogi, out of 100 people 90 will come from Shivan temple. And another 8 to 9 people from other temples. People who are currently born in various faiths will come automatically when their time comes, so it is not required for us to conduct the exhibition in mosque or churches because only 1 out of 100 will come from that community.

So we conduct Raja Yoga awareness camps in Temples and not in other place of worship.

Join us for a transformative journey towards inner peace and self-discovery through our enlightening Raja Yoga Meditation Awareness Camps, held exclusively at temples. Raja Yoga is a profound spiritual practice that guides individuals to connect with their inner selves, leading to a harmonious and balanced life.

At these unique awareness camps, we delve into the essence of Raja Yoga meditation, exploring its principles and techniques that have been passed down through generations. Our experienced instructors will lead you through sessions that help you unlock your inner potential, regardless of your religious background.

While we are often asked if we extend our exhibitions to mosques or churches, our approach is rooted in the belief that individuals naturally gravitate towards practices that resonate with their spiritual journey. Raja Yoga meditation is profoundly intertwined with the culture and teachings of temples, which is why our camps are primarily conducted within these sacred spaces.

It's important to note that the journey towards becoming a Raja Yogi is a personal one, influenced by the culmination of past lives and experiences. People from diverse religious backgrounds are drawn to this practice at different stages of their soul's evolution. Our experience shows that a majority of participants come from Shivan temples (90 out of 100), with the remaining individuals coming from various other temples (8-9 out of 100). This natural alignment indicates the deep connection between Raja Yoga and temple environments.


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