Self-Realization through Yoga Meditation of the Yoga Sutras, the contemplative insight of Advaita Vedanta, and the intense devotion of Samaya Sri Vidya Tantra

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3-Minute Online Guided Meditation


To listen: Click here to hear the online 3-Minute Yoga Meditation. 
(It's a large file, and may open slowly)

The 3-Minute meditation is timed approximately like this:

  • 0:15 min: Sitting comfortably

  • 0:45 min: Survey of body

  • 0:30 min: Diaphragmatic breathing

  • 0:30 min: Spinal breath

  • 1:00 min: Meditation on breath at nostrils

Allow your attention to gently move internally, through yourself, along with the instructions. Although the voice is moving along at a steady rate, with few silent pauses, you will notice that your attention can flow very smoothly and comfortably.

The voice is intended to guide your own attention to different aspects of your inner self. The voice is not intended to put you into a trance, nor is there music to create a mood. Rather, the meditation results from inner awareness of your own being. The purpose is to train your own ability to direct attention, which is the primary tool of meditation.

After the three minutes, you may find you are relaxed and want to be still beyond the time of the recording.




This site is devoted to presenting the ancient Self-Realization path of the Tradition of the Himalayan masters in simple, understandable and beneficial ways, while not compromising quality or depth. The goal of our sadhana or practices is the highest Joy that comes from the Realization in direct experience of the center of consciousness, the Self, the Atman or Purusha, which is one and the same with the Absolute Reality. This Self-Realization comes through Yoga meditation of the Yoga Sutras, the contemplative insight of Advaita Vedanta, and the intense devotion of Samaya Sri Vidya Tantra, the three of which complement one another like fingers on a hand. We employ the classical approaches of Raja, Jnana, Karma, and Bhakti Yoga, as well as Hatha, Kriya, Kundalini, Laya, Mantra, Nada, Siddha, and Tantra Yoga. Meditation, contemplation, mantra and prayer finally converge into a unified force directed towards the final stage, piercing the pearl of wisdom called bindu, leading to the Absolute.