Ordained action is the process called yagya,
in which one breath is offered as sacrifice to another
all the senses are restrained,
all of which is in a true sense the practice of yog and meditation.
The special exercise which takes one to the adored God
There will be then neither generation of inner desires
assaults on the mind and heart by desires from external sources.
Thoughts of external pleasure have already been shut out;
now there will not even arise inner desires.
Contemplation then stands steady and straight like a stream of oil.
A stream of oil does not descend like water,
drop by drop;
it comes down in a constant, unbroken line.
Similar to this is the motion of the breath of a sage of attainment.
So the man,
who has balanced his pran and apan,
conquered his senses,
mind and intellect,
freed himself from desire,
and fear and anger,
perfected contemplative discipline,
and taken refuge in salvation,
~Revered Gurudev Swami Adgadanand Jee Paramhans~