I heard a story about a great yogi of vast accomplishment and deepest inner silence, who always kept his television on in his room with the volume at full blast.
It was 10:00 P.M., and I was fading. Sitting in a meditative posture, I was doing my best to stay awake and listen to the words being spoken by Swami Veda Bharati, my meditation teacher, but my head kept drooping forward.
This article presents the first level instruction in the method of meditation that anyone can start and practice any time and anywhere. It is seldom found in books, and when suggested in the books, it is less frequently understood. Yet it is so simple that even a three-year-old child can take to it.