Sadhana should be performed in a quiet place. There should not be any interruptions. If you live in a home, you should set aside a well-ventilated space for Sadhana. No one should be allowed to enter the room. It should be kept under lock and key. 

Even your partner, children, and close friends should not be allowed into the room. It must be kept sacred and innocent. It should be free of mosquitoes, bugs, and lice, as well as completely dry. Make sure there aren't too many items in the place. They can sometimes divert your attention. There should be no outside noise to bother you as well. 

The space should not be too big, since this will cause the eyes to wander. Yoga Abhyasa needs a cold or temperate atmosphere so you can quickly get tired in a hot environment. You must choose a location where you will be able to sit easily during the year, including the winter, summer, and rainy seasons. During the Sadhana era, you must remain in one place. 

Choose a peaceful and beautiful place, such as the banks of a river, lake, or the sea, or the top of a hill with a nice spring and grove of trees, and where milk and food are easily accessible. You should choose a location where you can find other Yogic practitioners. When you see those that are dedicated to Yogic rituals, you would be more committed to your own. 

In times of difficulty, you should turn to them for assistance. Do not scurry around looking for a location that has all of your necessities. When you notice anything inconvenient, don't move around too far. You have no choice but to put up with it. A location has its own set of benefits and drawbacks. Find a location with a lot of benefits and just a few drawbacks. The following locations are ideal. They've adapted admirably for the purpose of a Yogi. A place where the scenery is lovely, and the spiritual sounds are wonderful and uplifting. For true Abhyasis, there are many Kutirs (huts) to choose from, or you can build your own. Milk and other rations are readily available in all of the towns and villages nearby. 

For instance, if you are in India, any isolated village along the banks of the Ganga, Narmada, Yamuna, Godavari, Krishna, or Kaveri would suffice. I'll tell you about some important meditation spots. Kulu Valley, Champa Valley, and Srinagar in Kashmir; Banrughi Guha near Tehri; Brahmavarta near Kanpur; Joshi (Prayag) in Allahabad; Canary Caves near Bombay; Mussoorie; Mt. Abu; Nainital; Brindavan; Banares; Puri; Uttara Brindavan (14 miles from Almora); Hardwar, Rishikesh (N.Rly (* Distance from Rishikesh in miles) People would bother you if you create a Kutir(enclave) in a busy area out of curiosity. There will be no divine waves. There will be a slew of other issues as well. If you build your Kutir in a dense forest, you will once again be unprotected. You'll be bothered by thieves and wild animals. The issue of food will come up. Before you choose a location for your Sadhana, you must carefully weigh all of these factors. 

If you are unable to visit those locations, turn a solitary space into a park. 

Your Asana (seat) for the Yogic practices should not be too high or too low. Then sit on a seat made of Kusha grass, or a comfortable and warm piece of fabric. In the bed, burn incense on a regular basis. You must be very careful of all of these in the beginning of your Sadhana. When you've progressed far enough in your practice, you won't need to worry about those mundane laws as much. 


Yogic practices do not begin in the winter, summer, or rainy seasons, according to the Gheranda Samhita, but only in the spring and autumn. This is dependent on the temperature of the environment and the individual's power. 

The best time to go is during the cooler hours of the day. It is not recommended to practice during the day in hot climates. Yogic activities are best done in the early morning. 

In areas where the temperature is hot even in the winter, you can absolutely skip Yoga Abhyasa in the summer. You will practice even during the day if you live in a cool place like Kodaikanal, Ooty, Kashmir, Badrinarayan, and Gangotri in India. 

You should not practice if your stomach is full, as mentioned in previous lessons. Yogic procedures can usually be performed after a soak or quick dip. Following the practices, a bath is not recommended. When your mind is restless or you are too concerned, you need not stay for Yogic practices. 


Young boys under the age of 18 do not get so much practice due to their delicate bodies. They have a sensitive body that cannot withstand the strain of Yogic exercises. 

Furthermore, a young person's mind is wandering and unsettled, making it difficult to focus, while Yogic activities demand extreme and deep concentration. 

One cannot do any spiritual activity in old age when all energy has been sapped by needless anxiety, anxieties, troubles, and other earthly Vyavaharas. 

Yoga necessitates a high level of vitality, nutrition, power, and strength. As a result, the perfect time or age for Yoga Abhyasa is between the ages of 20 and 40

Even after 50, those who are strong and stable can and will engage in Yogic practices.

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