What is Meditation?
Here are the most common meditation techniques that you might come across:
Understanding the Mind
This metaphor can be unhelpful as it portrays the mind as an obstacle. This promotes the myth that meditation is hard. It can be off-putting if you are new to it and feeling stressed. Why would you want to do something so hard?
Quietening the Mind
It is far easier than you think to silence your mind. You just need to look at it from a different perspective! This is where Vedic Meditation comes in.
Your mind is always in search of happiness. The drive for happiness is natural in all of us and can take many forms. For example, a job promotion, academic success or an exotic holiday.
How Vedic Meditation Works
Vedic practices work so well because it understands that our minds seek happiness. We can’t achieve long-lasting bliss from an outer, real world search.
Unlike other meditations, this practice doesn’t seek to control your mind; It works with it.
By using mantras, your busy mind can be settled to a place of pure inner bliss. As your mind soothes, your body relaxes, leaving you in a state of deep rest.
It allows your mind to be free, making this meditation easy for you to learn. Start to experience the benefits today!