A seeker in Haridwar Mahakumbh practicing.
The name of this sadhana performed in the midst of the fire for 18 years is Athayoga (not Hatha Yoga). The recluse saints who came to Haridwar Kumbh Mela are doing this difficult meditation in the scorching sun, sitting between the circles of fire.
Haridwar. Summer season has started, it is scorching heat. In such a situation, if you see someone sitting between the circles of fire, then obviously your head will turn around seeing this scene. If a common man is seated in such a circle, it will be a terrible punishment for him. But in Haridwar, such views will be easily accessible to you where a monk will be doing spiritual practice sitting in the midst of the fire. Yes, the name of this practice is Athayoga (not Hatha Yoga). The recluse saints who came to Haridwar Kumbh Mela are doing this difficult meditation in the scorching sun, sitting between the circles of fire.
Sadhana lasts for 18 years
In Kumbh city, Haridwar, these days there are amazing views of the tenacity of saints and saints. Today we are telling you about such a yoga practice of recluse sages and saints who meditated with fire for eighteen years. Vairagi Saint Raghuvinder Das explains that in this Sadhana, there are four stages of three years each in the first 12 years. After completing one phase, penance is made even more difficult on entering the next phase.Sadhana satisfies the mind
Ram Charan Das Tyagi, who has completed the practice of yoga, says that this austerity is very difficult. But the seeker who enters this tenacity can understand its importance. It is a matter of satisfaction of mind. Unless the seeker meditates, his mind is not satisfied. The way a person acquires a large degree, it gives satisfaction to his mind. In the same way, the mind of the seeker is satisfied by doing Sadhana.
The world of seekers is beyond the comprehension of the common man
The common man may respect the world of cultivation, but he can never feel the depth of cultivation. The obvious reason is that if he has not landed in this practice, then how should we understand? That is why he probably feels that sages and saints have a mysterious world of their own. But the unique practices of many unique sages and sages who came to Haridwar Kumbh, when a common man sees and wants to understand it, will know how this world of cultivation demands renunciation and how harsh and painful this austerity is.