WHAT IS VEDIC MEDITATION?
Vedic Meditation provides an effortless path to experience your quiet inner state.
By practicing this simple and natural technique, you’ll rest your mind and body and come back to your true self.
Many people are curious about Vedic Meditation history. It comes from the body of knowledge known as the Veda, which originated in India over 5,000 years ago.
Indian yoga, meditation, and philosophy all came from the Veda.
According to the Veda, the most blissful way of living is in alignment with Nature.
Vedic Meditation emphasizes effortlessness, allowing thoughts and accepting what is happening in your body as you meditate.
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.
It’s designed for busy people, and anyone can do it.
A mantra is used in Vedic Meditation as a device to easily guide the mind to quieter states of awareness.
The cycle of thinking and returning to the mantra requires no concentration or force, and helps the body rest deeply.
THE KEY: RELEASING STRESS
YOUR TRUE ESSENCE IS ONE OF PEACE AND HAPPINESS. STRESS IS WHAT GETS IN THE WAY OF EXPERIENCING THIS NATURAL STATE.
What is Stress?
Thom talks about the true nature of stress and how reduced stress is a major benefit of Vedic Meditation. It breaks the cycle of stress accumulation in your life.
By practicing Vedic Meditation, the blissful inner quietness you experience in meditation also becomes your outer reality: resilient to stress amidst the ever-changing demands of life. You are simply present, happier, and truly yourself.
VEDIC MEDITATION: MECHANICS AND IMPLICATIONS
To learn more, Thom Knoles discusses what Vedic Meditation is in-depth in this episode of his podcast, Vedic Worldview.
RELEASE STRESS AND RETURN TO YOUR TRUE ESSENCE
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