Uncoditional Love is Divine Love. It is not bound by any religion, as it is found in all, however one does not need to be religious to experience Divine Love. It is completely part of the human heart. It does not matter if we are theists, agnostics or atheists. The goal of Sri Swami Vishwananda’s mission is to help us realise and live this inner perfection and beauty, to live Unconditional Love.
Atma Kriya Yoga is the main spiritual practise of Bhakti Marga that has been given by Mahavatar Babaji and Sri Swami Vishwananda.
Atma Kriya Yoga is the practice of allowing you to live your life with your thoughts and actions consciously in tune with your True Self and to transform your life into a living experience of Divine Love or Self-Realisation. This is the ultimate goal of Yoga. The word ‘Atma’ in Sanskrit means ‘Soul’ or your ‘True Self’. ‘Kriya’ means ‘action & awareness’ and ‘ Yoga’ is to unite your lower self with the Divine.
OM Healing is a group healing techniques brought back for modern times by Sri Swami Vishwananda. OM Healing utilises the primordial sound OM to heal the participants physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. The healing energy is also shared with all around for 2 km, helping uplift and purify Mother Earth.
Simply Meditation is a set of five simple breathing, visualisation and meditation techniques for the beginners. It helps to let go, relax, calm down and connect to the heart. It is appropriate to be practiced even for a few minutes daily by the people living busy lives. It is recommended by the Hale Clinic in London, one of the biggest complementary clinics in the world.
Simply Meditation courses are led by the certified Simply Meditation teachers as well as certified Atma Kriya Yoga teachers in your country. If you also want to become a Simply Meditation teacher, please contact your OMH Country Coordinator.
Music and Mantras have a key role in all cultures and all religions. They are the language of the heart. Through music humans get connected with the essence of their being – Love. Bhakti Marga – the path of love and devotion – uses music as a means to awaken that Love inside of everyone's hearts irrespective of their religious and cultural background.
Prayers and Puja can be the way in which we connect to the Divine through the outpouring of Love from the heart. On our path of Bhakti (Devotion) prayers are often offered through ritual ceremonies. As we connect the spiritual traditions of East and West, both Christian and Hindu ceremonies are conducted.