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Questions about Mama-meditation

It is important to note that the answers given should be understood in the context of the specific individual asking the question. There are no one-size-fits-all or universally complete, correct, and easily understandable answers that apply to everyone in every situation. The responses provided should be considered as guidance or suggestions, and individuals should use their own judgement and intuition to determine whether the information is relevant and helpful to their specific circumstances. 

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

1. Petr: Can Mama-meditation be performed while lying down? 

Swami Dhyan Vardhan (SDV): Mama-meditation can be done while in a supine position, but it is advisable to practice it while seated first. This is because the habit of lying down can make the practitioner drowsy and lead to sleep. 

 

2. Monika: What is Mama-meditation? 

SDV: Mama-meditation is a unique method that allows individuals to experience the transcendence of their mind and connect with their true self through the presence of Mama. 

 

3. Ivan: How is Mama-meditation different from traditional meditation practices? 

SDV: Mama-meditation is not a traditional meditation practice, but rather a method that allows Mama to meditate through the individual, creating a living bridge between the "Who" and the "What". 

 

4. Klara: Who is Mama? 

SDV: Mama embodies the essence of universal spirituality and symbolizes the interconnectedness of all living beings. It represents the shared knowledge and experiences of all entities in the universe, serving as a unifying force that guides and supports life's journey.  

 

5. Tomas: What is the Mama-trace? 

SDV: The Mama-trace is the connection between one's true self and the external world, created through the practice of Mama-meditation. 

 

6. Elena: Who can practice Mama-meditation? 

SDV: Anyone can practice Mama-meditation, regardless of their age, gender, or cultural background. 

 

7. Josef: What are the benefits of practicing Mama-meditation? 

SDV: Practicing Mama-meditation can enhance one's life by establishing a connection with their true nature, fostering a deeper understanding of the self and the world around them. 

 

8. Sofia: How was Mama-meditation developed? 

SDV: Mama-meditation was bestowed upon Swami Dhyan Vardhan by Mama in 2018, in accordance with a prediction made by Nikola Tesla in 1897. 

 

9. Jan: Is Mama-meditation a religious practice? 

SDV: No, Mama-meditation is not a religious practice, but rather a method for connecting with one's true nature through the presence of Mama. It is open to individuals of all spiritual and religious backgrounds. 

 

10. Pavel: Is there a specific time or place where Mama-meditation should be practiced? 

SDV: Mama-meditation can be practiced at any time and in any place that is comfortable and conducive to meditation. 

 

11. Jone: How to practice Mama-meditation? 

SDV: To practice Mama-meditation, sit comfortably with your eyes closed for 15 minutes. Begin by allowing yourself to simply be for about half a minute. Then, activate the Mama-trace without any special effort. If your attention shifts, simply notice it without judgment or attachment and return to activating the Mama-trace. Repeat these steps throughout the session. Remember that Mama is The Meditator, not you

 

12. Ramiro: Can Mama-meditation be practiced alongside other meditation practices? 

SDV: While Mama-meditation can be practiced in conjunction with other meditation practices, it is also a complete and self-sufficient practice that can provide all the benefits of traditional meditation and more. Regular practice of Mama-meditation can help you connect with your true self and experience a transcendent state of mind, making it unnecessary to incorporate other meditation practices into your routine. 

 

13. Paul: What is the target audience for Mama-meditation? 

SDV: Mama-meditation can be practiced by anyone regardless of age, gender, or religious affiliation. The technique is suitable for both beginners and experienced meditators who are looking to deepen their meditation practice and connect with their true self. The practice can also benefit those who are experiencing stress, anxiety, or other mental health issues. Overall, the target audience for Mama-meditation is anyone who is interested in exploring a unique and effective approach to meditation and spiritual growth. 

 

14. Petr: What is the difference between Mama-meditation and mindfulness meditation? 

SDV: The main difference between Mama-meditation and mindfulness meditation is the approach and aim of the practice. While mindfulness meditation focuses on bringing attention to the present moment and cultivating awareness without judgment, Mama-meditation aims to establish a living connection between the individual's true self and the external world. Additionally, Mama-meditation is not an act of individual meditation, but rather a technique utilised to allow the universal spiritual entity known as Mama to meditate through the person, transcending their mind and connecting them to their true essence. 

 

15. Boris: What is the difference between Mama-meditation and Transcendental Meditation? 

SVD: Transcendental Meditation (TM) is a specific form of mantra meditation developed by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in the 1950s. It involves the use of a specific mantra assigned to the practitioner by a trained teacher and is practiced for 20 minutes twice a day while sitting with eyes closed. 

In contrast, Mama-meditation is not an individual act of meditation, but a method to allow the universal spiritual entity known as Mama to meditate through the person, transcending their mind and connecting them to their true essence. It aims to establish a living connection between one's true self and the external world, enabling individuals to bridge the gap between the two and fostering a deeper understanding of their true nature and the world around them. 

 

16. Iren: How should I address you: Sergej Stěpanov or Swami Dayan Vardhan? I am confused. 

SVD: You can call me Sergej, as that is my name. Swami Dhyan Vardhan is the person who received the technique of Mama-meditation from Mama in 2019, in accordance with Nikola Tesla's prediction. So, if you have questions specifically related to Mama-meditation, you may refer to Vardhan. 

 

17. Anna: Why and how does Mama-meditation work? 

SVD: Mama-meditation works by establishing a living connection between an individual's true self and their external circumstances. This approach allows one to experience the subjective and objective aspects of their existence in a harmonious manner. 

The practice of Mama-meditation involves allowing the universal spiritual entity known as Mama to meditate through the individual, transcending their mind and connecting them to their true essence. This connection enables the individual to access their inner wisdom and intuition, allowing for a deeper understanding of their true self and the world around them. 

Mama-meditation works by bringing about a state of deep relaxation, reducing stress and anxiety, and promoting feelings of calm and well-being. The practice has been shown to have numerous physical and mental health benefits, including improving sleep, reducing blood pressure, and increasing focus and concentration. 

The precise mechanisms by which Mama-meditation works are not fully understood, but it is believed to involve changes in brain activity and the release of certain neurotransmitters and hormones. Through regular practice, individuals can cultivate a greater sense of inner peace, self-awareness, and connection to the universe around them. 

 

18. Georg: Is Mama-meditation dangerous for the brain? 

SVD:

Some studies suggest that regular meditation practice in general can have positive effects on the brain. For example, studies have shown that meditation can increase grey matter volume, improve cognitive function, and reduce stress and anxiety. It is important to note that further research is needed to fully understand the effects of meditation on the brain. 

When practiced correctly, Mama-meditation does not pose any known physical or psychological dangers to the brain. In fact, many people report feeling more relaxed, focused, and at peace after practicing Mama-meditation. It is important to note, however, that as with any form of meditation or exercise, improper practice or overexertion can lead to physical or mental strain. It is recommended that you practice under the guidance of a trained practitioner and listen to your body's signals to avoid potential negative effects. 

 

19. Shailene: Does Mama-meditation help us find our inner teacher, named satguru? Is there a possibility of guaranteeing that one will find satguru with Mama-meditation?

SVD:

Yes, Mama-meditation can help individuals connect with their inner teacher or satguru. Through regular practice, Mama-meditation can help individuals develop greater self-awareness and an ability to access their intuition and inner wisdom. This can lead to a deeper understanding of one's true self and an ability to make decisions and take actions in alignment with one's values and purpose. Mama-meditation can help individuals cultivate a stronger connection with their inner teacher or satguru, leading to a more fulfilling and meaningful life. 

Mama-meditation can help individuals connect with their inner wisdom and intuition, which can be thought of as the inner teacher or satguru. However, there is no guarantee that practicing Mama-meditation will lead to finding the satguru or any specific outcome. The experience of finding and connecting with the satguru is unique to each individual, and it might or might not happen through the practice of Mama-meditation. It is up to the individual to be open and receptive to the experience and to continue their spiritual journey with sincerity and dedication. 

When you engage in Mama-meditation and study it correctly, you will have a direct and honest realisation of the meeting point between your mind and Mama. Through regular practice, you will experience satguru within yourself and have a clear understanding of its significance in your daily life. This understanding will come from your own personal experience and will be guaranteed to you. 

 

20. Aigul: Can Mama-meditation replace sleep? 

SVD: No, Mama-meditation cannot replace sleep. While meditation can promote relaxation and reduce stress, it cannot replace the physical and mental restorative benefits of sleep. The body and mind require sleep to heal and repair themselves, and lack of sleep can have negative effects on one’s physical health, mental health, and cognitive function. While Mama-meditation can be a helpful tool in promoting overall well-being and managing stress, it cannot fully replace the essential role that sleep plays in our lives. It is important to prioritize both meditation and sleep for optimal health and well-being. 

 

21. Sara: When does Mama-meditation not work? 

SVD:

While Mama-meditation can be a helpful tool for many people, there might be instances when it does not work or is not effective. Here are some reasons why Mama-meditation might not work for someone: 

  • Lack of regular practice: To experience its benefits, one must regularly and consistently practice Mama-meditation. If someone is not practicing regularly, they might not see the desired results. 

  • Unresolved emotional or psychological issues: Mama-meditation can be a helpful tool for managing emotions and improving mental health, but it might not be enough on its own for those with more significant emotional or psychological issues. In such cases, it might be helpful to seek additional support from a mental health professional. 

  • Resistance or lack of openness: If someone is resistant or closed off to the idea of meditation or inner work, they might not be able to fully engage with Mama-meditation. 

  • Physical limitations: Mama-meditation involves sitting in a still position for extended periods, which might not be feasible for individuals with certain physical limitations or health conditions. 

It is important to note that Mama-meditation is not a one-size-fits-all solution and might not work for everyone in every situation. Listen to your body and mind and seek the best tools and resources for your individual needs. 

 

22. Artur: Which meditation is best? What about Mama-meditation? 

SVD:

There is no one "best" meditation technique that works for everyone. Different people might find different techniques to be more effective depending on their individual needs and preferences. Some popular meditation techniques include mindfulness meditation, transcendental meditation, loving-kindness meditation, and yoga meditation. 

Mama-meditation is a unique technique that focuses on connecting with the energy of the Divine Mother, or "Mama," within oneself. It is not necessarily better or worse than other meditation techniques, but it might be more suitable for those who resonate with its specific approach and teachings. As with any meditation technique, the effectiveness of Mama-meditation will depend on individual practice and commitment. 

23. Nick: Could you express the advantage of Mama-meditation by only one sentence? 

SVD: Mama-meditation offers a simple yet powerful way to connect with one's inner self, leading to increased mindfulness, inner peace, and personal transformation. 

 

24. Natali: Who is the original creator of Mama-meditation? 

SVD: Mama through Swami Dhyan Vardhan. 

 

25. Igor: What is the definition of Mama-meditation in terms of meditation? 

SVD: Mama-meditation is a form of meditation that involves focusing on the present moment and releasing tension in the body through conscious awareness, while also seeking a connection with one's higher self or inner teacher. It aims to promote inner peace, personal transformation, and spiritual growth through the practice of mindfulness and transcendence. 

 

26. Ann: Are meditation and mindfulness the same things in the context of Mama-meditation?  

SVD:

Meditation and mindfulness are related but are not the same things in the context of Mama-meditation. 

Meditation refers to a broader category of practices that involve training the mind to achieve a state of calmness, focus, and inner peace. There are various forms of meditation, including mindfulness meditation, mantra meditation, and visualisation meditation, among others. Mama-meditation is a specific type of meditation that emphasises the connection with the inner self, the release of tension, and the experience of transcendence. 

Mindfulness, on the other hand, is a mental state characterized by the ability to pay attention to the present moment without judgment or distraction. Mindfulness can be developed through meditation practice, but it can also be applied in daily life by being aware of one's thoughts, emotions, and sensations in the present moment. In the context of Mama-meditation, mindfulness is an important aspect of the practice, but it is not the only focus. Mama-meditation also involves the release of tension, the experience of transcendence, and the connection with the inner self. 

27. Marat: If there is a contradiction between Mama-meditation and my Muslim beliefs, how can I reconcile the two? How can I connect Mama and Allah?

SDV:

In the context of Mama-meditation, it is important to understand that the practice is not meant to conflict with any religious beliefs, including those of Islam. Mama-meditation is a technique to focus the mind and become aware of the sounds within the Mama-sound, which can lead to a deeper sense of inner peace and connection to oneself. 

Mama-meditation does not require any specific beliefs or affiliations and can be practiced by anyone regardless of their religion or spiritual background. It is a personal practice that can be integrated into one's daily life to cultivate a sense of mindfulness and awareness. 

As for the question of connecting Mama and Allah, it is up to everyone to interpret and integrate their own personal beliefs and spiritual practices into their Mama-meditation practice. Mama-meditation does not prescribe any specific beliefs or religious practices. Instead, it is up to each person to decide how they wish to integrate their faith into their practice. 

 

28. Barbara: How can diet be optimised to enhance the practice of Mama-meditation?

SDV:

While there is no specific diet for practicing Mama-meditation, it is recommended that you consume a healthy and balanced diet to support your overall well-being. This includes incorporating plenty of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats into your meals. Maintaining proper hydration levels by drinking an ample amount of water throughout the day is also crucial. 

Some people might find that certain foods, such as caffeine or sugar, can affect their ability to focus during meditation. Therefore, it might be helpful to experiment with your diet to see what works best for you. 

Additionally, it is recommended that you avoid consuming heavy meals immediately before meditation practice, as this can lead to discomfort or distraction.  

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