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“Do the repetition of God and forget Him not (Japi Gobinda bisari jini jai). Fulfill the purpose of your birth by practicing concentration. Be steadfast in the remembrance of God. Practice meditation with love, and sing the glory of God. The human body [within] is the door to jivamukti [salvation, liberation].” — Sant Dadu Dayal (Encyclopedia of the Saints of India, Volume 25: Sant Dadu Dayal)

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The Third Eye Center is the Place of Purification from the Effects of the Outer Senses and Impressions, and is the Field of Vision for the True Worship of God in Meditation

From the Jabala Upanishad: 

Thereafter the sage Atri asked of Yajnavalkya: “How am I to realize the Self which is Infinite and Unmanifest — the Imperceptible Atman?” 

Yajnavalkya said: …..”The Infinite Imperceptible Self is worshiped ……. between varana and nasi. What are varana and nasi? Varana is that which dispels all the evils done by the sense-organs, and that which destroys all the sins done by sense-organs is called nasi. Where is that place? That place is at the location of both the eye-brows and the nose. That is also the meeting place of this world and the next.. 

“The Brahmajnanis [gnostics or knowers of God] worship at this meeting place. By meditating at that Point, they attempt to realise Brahman [God, the Lord of Love].”

(Jabala Upanishad quoted in the book, Satsang Yoga, Part One, English Version, Compiled by Maharshi Mehi Paramahansa)

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