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There are so many spiritual organisations, so many Gurus and they each teach their own practice and philosophy.

For example Art of living teach Sudarshan Kriya, Isha foundation tech Sambhavi mudra, someone teach Kriya yoga

So many organisations, so many Gurus which leads to so many forms of meditation and so many of philosophy.

Many organisations have commercialised Meditation also. I am not sure which one would be good for me or which one I should follow.

So which meditation or form of mediation can I do myself without any guru or organisation to advance spiritually to know my inner self or to know God or to know this whole existence?

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  • Sambhavi is a secret practice and must not be done without Guru's guidance. Not sure about Sudarshan kriya. But Anyone without initiation or without any Guru, in my opinion should do bhakti.
    – TheLittleNaruto
    Sep 9 at 16:20
  • First one should learn and understand how ones mind shapes up due to these practices. Are you looking for better worldly life with these practices or you seek supreme God? Are you looking to practice and see what this gives or your real seeking is God? Analyse yourself in reality what you seek then proceed accordingly Sep 10 at 13:12
  • @ParabrahmanJyoti: What I am looking is mentioned in my question in the last paragraph.
    – Alok
    Sep 10 at 13:31
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There are these three meditations which can be learnt online according to these Gurus.

  1. Isha Kriya by Sadhguru.
  2. Hamsa Meditation by Shri M.
  3. Anpana Meditation by S N Goenka.

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