A sannyasi’s day begins early in the morning, waking up before the sun rises and working to build a yogic body, doing akhada practice during the brahma muhurta(1 and half hours before sunrise) and actively doing intense yoga and weights training. This enables deep long breathing involving at least 1200 long breaths (reaching up to the knees) per day which is fundamental to developing a yogic body.
The yogic body is one that has all the 4 qualities of strength, stamina, flexibility and physique. It is a must to prepare the body as the muscle memory,biomemory and bioenergy need to be prepared to hold the high energy of kundalini awakening and enlightenment.
This is followed by getting ready for a beautiful enriching day ahead, starting with offering one’s heartfelt gratitude to the Master through pada puja followed by enriching satsangwhere the Master gives one the understanding and experience of the Ultimate through discourse, meditation, yoga, kriya, samyamas and deeper processes.
The rest of the day continues with being established in the space of the 4 tattvas and operating from the space of positivity, possibility, leadership and enlightenment. The tangible measure of this is seen in the responsibility a sannyasi, sannyasini, brahmachari or brahmacharini takes up in his or her department or role.