Having benefitted with earlier mentioned effects of meditation, we fairly seem to be in control of the Present. We are joyful on our regulated thought action speech etc. We feel energized and whenever we sit in meditation, now being without conflict, it seems to be peaceful. Our days are well managed and time management has become so easy because of our improved focus and clear action plans. We want to go deep into meditation and plunge our self in the oneness of the Present.
We feel the immensity and vastness of the meditation experience and suddenly a buried thought from the past comes out and we are haunted. The new person we are, with well regulated mind and faculties, we get disturbed by our past. The impressions we carry of the past is affects our present.
The practice of cleaning in the evening removes impressions and complexities – the impediments of our inner journey-in much the same way that taking a bath cleans the body. Cleaning results in lightness of being and simplicity.
The Sahaj Marg practice of Cleaning can be introduced when one can explain the concept of Purity and how removing impurities and complexities lead to purity and simplicity.
Shri Kamlesh D. Patel introduced Cleaning in this very simple way which everyone can understand. SRCM, Shri Ram Chandra Mission offers this practice of Cleaning to all interested meditation and yoga seekers, which is a very effective approach to keep ourselves pure and simple, and be in touch with our inner selves all the time.
We are given a process of cleaning to come out of impressions of the past lying buried with in us and not allowing going into deep meditation