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Recording Tips

– Introduce yourself with your name and where you’re recording from (for example, “Diane from Sydney”)

– Record for 30-45 Seconds. Please keep your questions short and concise (preferably under 1 minute)

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What is Vedic Meditation?

This is one of the most common meditation questions to ask for beginners.

Vedic Meditation comes from the body of knowledge known as the Veda, which originated in India over 5,000 years ago. According to the Veda, the most blissful way of living is in alignment with Nature. You are simply present, happier, and truly yourself.

What is involved in the practice of Vedic Meditation?

Vedic Meditation is always taught in person by an instructor or ‘Initiator,’ and only requires 20 minutes of practice twice a day.

What is the core of Vedic Meditation?

Vedic Meditation emphasizes effortlessness, allowing thoughts and accepting the natural patterning of the mind and body inside a meditation sitting.

Who can practice Vedic Meditation?

Vedic Meditation is designed for busy people, and anyone can do it.

While these are frequently asked interview questions about meditation, they just scratch the surface of Vedic Meditation.

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