Sadhana is your personal, individual spiritual effort. It is the main tool you use to work on yourself to achieve the purpose of life. It can be done alone or in a group.
Sadhana means a discipline which you must do; otherwise you will end up as a dodo. Aradhana means doing it exactly. Prabhupathi means you will master the Creator and His creation. Sadhana is for you to be healthy, happy and holy. Sadhana means sadhu, one who has control of the seven chakras, three gunas, and five tattvas. You can’t get it by any other means but by sadhana.
Your power is not in the body or the muscles. Your power is in your mind—the intuitive mind, the neutral mind. And you cannot have a neutral mind unless you do your sadhana and clean your subconscious and unconscious. Sadhana is a housecleaning, a chore which you must do.
There is no substitution for sadhana. Sadhana is your strength, your elemental power. It’s the power of your seven chakras, five tattvas and three gunas. It is the only habit you have to develop to master your life and master your future. It’s the only thing you can do for yourself—nobody will do it for you. We can only share with you the technology and let you know what it is.
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