Sri Omkarnath has given some invaluable ideas on how one may proceed on the spiritual path:

(1) Bhagawat Kainkarya:

The foundation stone of spiritual life is Bhagawat Kainkarya (devotional service) of the Lord. Any service is but a token recognition of the compassion of the Lord’s blessings which comes to us in the form of ‘Bhog’ (material pleasure) as well as ‘Moksha’ ( Salvation or God-Realisation). The conviction that we are here to serve and not to be served both purifies and bestows the final peace in the material world. It enables the performance of duty with light-hearted detachment.

(2) Nara Narayan Seva and Pranam:

Multifarious services to Man as Nara Narayana (an embodiment of the Supreme Being) in the form of education, health-care, relief work and so on may be performed. Pranam or salutation to all reinforces the feeling that in every entity, living and non-living, the same Narayana (Divinity) dwells.
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(3) Leela Chintana and Shastra Bhagawan Seva:

Scriptures ( the Veda-Vedanta, the Gita, the Ramayana, the Mahabharata, the Bhagawata, etc.) must be read with an earnest attitude. They contain matter based on direct revelations to the seers; hence the words therein may be looked upon as words from the lips of God. Some of these describe the divine sports of the deities that are the various forms in which Divinity may be revealed. The reader develops adoration of a deity that appeals to him. It becomes very easy to focus the mind on Divinity in the form of a favourite deity. Japa (meditation) is not belaboured in this case. Some of the scriptures are such as to create a new intellectual orientation in the reader. Persistent and deep study will yield to the reader a precious answering resonance. In Omkarnath’s teachings, spiritual practice and study are to run parallel. Jnana yoga and all other yogas complement one another very well. The words written/spoken by the saints may not be treated as less than Guru or Bhagawan. They have the power to initiate as well to guide provided the reader’s karmas have readied him to be receptive.

(4) Mahamantra Samkirtan:

The practice and preaching of Hare Krishna...... Naam Samkirtan (chanting and singing the Name of God) is the sweetest and easiest way to the Eternal Festival of the soul.

(5) Sri Ram Naam Writing:

The practice of writing ‘Sri Ram Ram Ram’ regularly serves to get rid of the stress and strain of daily life, as also the diseases of mind and body. Amazing as this may seem to the uninitiated, this practice serves to fulfill the material desires as well as the spiritual ambition of the seeker. The simplicity and commonness of this practice is deceptive. By harnessing the hand, the eyes and the mind meditation is automatically brought about.

(6) Yoga:

Regular practice of yogasanas and physical exercises help to keep the body and mind fit. A regular practitioner will be able to minimize distraction in the form of poor health.

(7) Sacred Food:

Partaking of sacred food (food consecrated to the Lord) makes the spiritual journey safe and secure. Offering everything that is to be consumed first to the Lord (the favoured deity) makes one remember Him again and again with reverence. Reverence or Bhakti produces the sweetest experiences that give a foretaste of the Cosmic Bliss to come.

(8) Mantra Japa and Meditation:

Regular utterance of the mantra as given by the Guru is the easiest and best form of meditation. Mantra means sacred words. Regular meditation on the sacred words ‘Guru Guru’, the mantra of the favourite deity and the Hare Krishna mantra must be performed keeping to the Guru’s instructions about body posture, gesture of fingers, time and length of practice, focus of eyes and so on.

(9) Pranav Vaad:

Pranav Vaad’ or the philosophy of Omkar (Re:Pranav Peeyush commentary of Sri Sri Gita) is the greatest contribution of Sri Bhagawan Omkarnath to the spiritual world. Notably, Pranav Vaad resolves the century-old sectarian differences that have crept into the Hindu fold.

(10) Sharanagati:

Total surrender to God in weal and woe, ups and downs, honour and dishonour, and in life and death will bring you to the experience of the final beatitude. In mundane existence, a devotee who has surrendered to the Lord, goes about with his consciousness in readiness to achieve God-centredness. He achieves the transcendental state more easily than one who has to overcome his ego.

(11) Sarva Dharma Samanwaya: Unity in Diversity:

An open-minded and respectful attitude towards all other Faiths, Sects, Deities, and Gurus, irrespective of caste, creed or culture is the mark of a true devotee. The various forms are the different manifestations of the same Supreme Being who is Omnipresent, Omnipotent as well as Omniscient. The different paths can lead to but the same goal. *JAI GURU*