Practice of yoga

Practice of yoga

Yoga is a profound part of the Vedic culture. Yoga practices underlie at the heart of all Hinduism (Sanskrit "Sanatan Dharma") schools. Sanatana Dharma means "the eternal law" - the law of all beings’ evolution.

Advaita philosophy

Advaita philosophy

Advaita is an ancient doctrine that tells us about human nature as divine initially. "Advaita" can be translated as "not two". Soul is not separated from God. God is a reality that permeates everything.

Ethics and principles of Divya Loka residents

In Divya Loka, residents and regular visitors adhere to the following principles to live in harmony and mutual understanding:

• Adhere to Advaita Vedanta philosophy according to the scriptures and the teachings of the holy sages; aspire to finding wisdom and perfection.

• Show respect for other religious traditions, other gods, saints and teachers, and their scriptures. Do not criticize other religious traditions and do not behave arrogantly toward others;

• Show respect for other spiritual views, ideas, even if they disagree with their own. Not to impose one’s own spiritual views and ideas;

• Monitor your thoughts and emotions, to see the divine in others, always thinking about other in a pure way.

• Do not give negative, impure estimates for the world, especially the sacred objects and holy things. Such assessment is an unworthy, flawed, limited and immoral behavior. Avoid impure thoughts against anyone and respect everybody.

• Strive to act unselfishly, so as not to cause suffering to others; not to bring problems, suffering or harm to other living beings with body, speech and thought.

• Strive to control one’s speech, to be kept in a speech, filter expressions, and speak harmoniously. Do not use slang, idioms, and profanity.




Ethics of the residents means:

• willingness to care for others;

• non-violence, including animals, doing no-harm to others;

• vegetarianism;

• no smoking, drugs, and alcohol ;

• rejection of embezzlement;

• no gambling;

• celibacy for monks and distance with the opposite sex;

• fostering the qualities such as internal self-discipline, humility, patience, contentment, openness, sincerity, compassion, love, respect for other living beings, self-control, self-reliance, responsibility, modesty, courtesy, politeness, ability to listen to others, flexibility, forgiveness, the ability to repent.


Yoga Mata Keiko Aikawa (Japan)

master of yoga and meditation
active participant in the campaign "For world peace", fund manager of "Mahayogi Fondeyshn"

Vedic culture

Vedic culture

Vedic culture is based on the Universe laws of evolution described in the scriptures of Hinduism "Vedas". They guide a human life, leading to harmony, happiness and creative prosperity.