Daily Dose for the Soul

Physical Purification

When you start meditating, you have to keep your body clean. Why do you have to purify your body? Mathew 9:17 in the Bible states, “You do not put new wine in an old wine bag.” Why? The old wine bag is already stretched. Therefore if you out new wine, which is still fermenting, the gas pressure will increase and the bag will burst. The wine bag is likened to the body. The wine corresponds to the descent of spiritual energy. You must make your body like a new wine bag to prepare it to receive higher energy. Unless you purify your body, it will get sick. You will have kundalini syndrome that may manifest as insomnia, chronic fatigue, skin rashes, hypertension, overheating of the body and other symptoms.

Physical purification includes proper diet, physical exercises and breathing exercises. When you do spiritual practices, it is very important that you do not eat pork. If you take a look at pork clairvoyantly, it is extremely dirty. You may eat some meat, but not too much.

You also have to avoid eating fish with no scales such as eels and catfish because clairvoyantly they look dirty. If you can become a vegetarian most of the time, it is even better.

Exercising is important. This removes old use up energy and allows spiritual energy to flow into the energy body and physical body with less resistance. This will prepare the body for spiritual illumination or samadhi. When you keep your body clean and healthy, it can withstand a greater amount of higher energy.

Reference : Achieving Oneness with the Higher Soul. Master Choa Kok Sui.

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  1. mundeyyoung says:

    This is very true meditation over time requires you to elevate and treat Your Body as temple

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    1. Garima says:

      Treat your body like a temple, not a woodshed. The mind and the body work together. Your body needs to be a good support system for the mind and the spirit. If you take good care of it, your body can take you wherever you want to go, with the power and the strength and energy and vitality you will need to get there.

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  2. So true, eating meat produces heat or in vedic term ‘Tamas’ inside us.

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    1. Garima says:

      That is correct. Tamasic foods include meat, fish, onions, garlic, mushrooms, overripe and underripe fruits and vegetables. In addition, some fermented foods like vinegar, bread, pastries, cakes, alcohol and even leftovers and stale food are considered Tamasic.

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      1. i didnt knew about mushrooms ,bread and pastry.

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      2. Garima says:

        Sugar goods ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

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  3. Lia says:

    I love this! Hi Garima… I’ve been wondering, and I hope you don’t mind my asking… is this your writing, based on the listed texts? Or is it copied from the text? Could you maybe include the links to the originals, if there are any? Thanks so much for reading. I really appreciate that, and you, and your blog. :)) Hugs xoxoxo

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    1. Garima says:

      I always give references towards the end Lia. Itโ€™s on all my posts. This is not from a web link, itโ€™s an scripture.

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      1. Lia says:

        I am aware you give references, I even mentioned it in my comment. Thanks for the clarification regarding the source being not from the web. I appreciate your time in answering.

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      2. Garima says:

        Google Pranic Healing and Master Choa Kok Sui.

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  4. Good one.Hello Garima ,I would like to add that whenever kundalni shakti penetrate the different chakaras such presentations are likely to appear or they are consider normal.But to calm down these features “cows ghee with cow milk is strongly recommended by many Yogi’s”.They also recommend the consumption of lots of plain water in a day.Even expert are asking to avoid “intense sadhana” in this phase and one must inform his concerned “Guru” about the changes he/she is experiencing.Thanks ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

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    1. Garima says:

      Thank you Prakash.

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  5. Andrea T says:

    Thank you for this post. i meditate daily and didn’t know this about pork or fish. I don’t eat either mentioned but, I am certainly interested in learning more about what you have to say about meditation.

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    1. Garima says:

      I shall keep on writing Andrea. I am learning a lot myself these days.

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