Before we begin to talk about the path to self realization, we need to be clear about what is stopping us from self realization. A man can live for days, and months, and years, without ever giving any reality or force to the knowledge that he is himself an immortal soul; without ever really feeling his essential separation from things visible, his independence of them, his distinct existence in himself, his power of acting for himself in this way or in that, his personal responsibility for his every choice end action.

The beautiful thing about Sahaja Yoga is it happens spontaneously, it is all built in each and every one of us, it costs absolutely nothing to do it, and other than the initial Self Realization experience, you are dependent on no one to ascend spiritually.

Since it is theorized that adults who benefit from cognitive therapy basically are people who have not released the adolescent way of living life through emotions rather than rational processing, then muting emotional responses will result in a more balanced, less radical emotional ride.

Before we reach the stage of self realization we need to gain absolute control over the senses and the mind. However, according to Eastern spirituality, Self-Realization is the knowledge and embodiment of our True Nature or the Higher Self beyond the ego. You will also realize the true value of your Yoga practice and your heart will open to share what you learn.

Compared to the Kramic path, the Akram path to attain Self-Realization is much easier, swifter and secured, particularly in this day and age of Kaliyug, where one is unable to undergo severe penances in order to attain self-realization. Other names for this sacred experience are nirvana, heaven, moksha, unio mystica ( spiritual alchemy ), samadhi, cosmic consciousness, and so on.

Given this broad and generic nature of significance as an overall evaluation of the value of work, we want to argue that we should see a broader purpose and self-realization as a way to break significance into two dimensions: One being more about the intrinsic value of work beyond the person in question, and the other being about the intrinsic value of work for the person in question.
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