सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिन:
सर्वे सन्तु निरामया:।
सर्वे भद्राणि पश्यन्तु।
मा कश्चित् दु:खभाग भवेत् ।।
Happiness be unto all.
Perfect health be unto all.
May all see what is good.
May all be free from suffering.
v - Offering of one's life to God; (Ishwar-Pranidhan)
ईश्वर प्रणिाधानं सर्वक्रियाणां
परमगुरावर्पणन्तत्फल संन्यावा ।।
( योग २-१ भाष्यकार )
Surrender to God is Ishwara pranidhana. This is the practice where the devotee consecrates everything to the higher force. He no longer has a will of his own. He says, "I am thine. All is thine. Thy will be done. I am an instrument in your hands." Self-surrender is regarding every work as that of the Supreme Lord and renouncing all claims to its fruits.

Last Niyama which the commentator defines as the dedication of all our actions, big or small, performed either by intellect, speech or body, to God. Similarly, the results of all such actions should be left to Him.' God is the teacher even of the most ancient teachers. He is unaffected by time. To Him we must dedicate all our actions and their fruits. By such dedication, purification and tranquillisation of mind, the concentration is eventually achieved and this concentration leads to the realisation of the Supreme. By the grace of God, a Yogi reaches this stage.

Mental Meditation (Baudhika Ishwar-Pranidhn)
When we analyse deeply, there is no action which is selfless. Even a fool will not feel induced to do any thing unless he is actuated by some desire.' Every action proceeds from some desire. Our determination is based on some desire. It is said that a Yogi performs actions not for himself but for God, but even in his case there is a lurking desire. He wants to achieve either self-realisation or liberation. He keeps his desire concealed and to please God or to shake off his egoism as a doer he dedicates all his actions to God. The meditation on God is, therefore, not purposeless. Some selfishness is deeply hidden. Hence meditation on God or other actions, when subjected to scrutiny, does not appear to be self1ess. But as the selfishness involved in them is comparatively less, they are called"selfless. If a householder performs actions for the welfare of all, his actions are called selfless, simply because his motive is pure and lofty. A Sanyasi feels pleasure by performing what are called generally selfless actions. But in all cases actions have to be done. Nobody can get on without performing them, but the idea in meditation on God is that it is being done to obey God. In doing so, one does not feel that he is the doer. He gives up the egoism of a doer. All the bodily actions are, thus, accomplished in a spirit of dedication. A devotee cleanses his heart of all sins and thus prepares himself for meditation on God. A pure heart alone is capable of Samadhi and self-realisation. But this is not an easy affair. Unless there is a strong faith in Him, he cannot progress a step further on the path of meditation. Hence it is absolutely necessary to drive out all evil thoughts.

Verbal Meditaton ( Vachika Ishawar-Pranidhan )
Verbal meditation is to describe the qualities of God, to offer Him prayers and sing Sama veda prayers. Omkar must be loudly recited and Gayatri should be musically recited and its meaning should be pondered on. ( Any Bhajan of His name could be sing )

Bodily Meditation (Sharirika Ishwar-Pranidhan)
Our body is the means of devotion to God or realisation of Self and also of the enjoyment of worldly objects. If due to disease the body is weak and disabled, it is incapable of any intellectual or verbal contemplation, because when the body is not healthy the intellect cannot contemplate and concentrate on God. Therefore, the body is given great importance. In preparation for progress towards spirituality everything that is done by the body and intellect should be dedicated to God. The commentator, therefore, says that dedication of all the actions to God is meditation on Him. For the attainment of the knowledge of Self or Supreme self or liberation, one has to undergo many hardships but all actions dedicated to God will help in the realisation of Him and lead to Samadhi. This meditation is the final goal of every human being and for attaining this object one must observe the Yamas and the Niyamas as described above. Self-realisation is to be achieved in this very life. Then, and then only, though in bondage, one would feel liberated.