Everywhere, in every country, time and in every objects, Prabuddhaji commands disciples to feel, realize and see the Self/Soul and The Almighty God as ‘Niyanta”, the destiny maker; Give up the feeling that ‘this is my home”- if one is a householder, a order of the second stage in the religious life of a Brahman; wear pure dresses and wear torn down old patchy sewn dresses if one is a ascetic and be satisfied with whatever you receive/achieve through ‘prarabdha’, a form of destiny.
One should be consistently devoted to Holy Scriptures and have faith/belief in them in that they lead to the path of attaining God and not to undermine others’ religious practices by:
Controlling the mind by deep breathing, ‘pranayam consisting of kumbhak, purak and rechak, restraining and suspending and releasing the breath during the mental recitation of ‘nitya karma’, a daily chore of works/actions, ‘karma’;
Control of speech by silencing the mind, senses and intellect;
Restraining through the exercise of’ vasanahinata’- particularly the impression unconsciously left on the mind by past good or bad actions which produces either pleasure or pain, the knowledge derived from the memory of past actions.