Meditation

Meditation is mainly divided into two types:

active and passive meditation.

ActiveMeditation

Active meditation is a movement that focuses on movements, activities of everyday life followed by silence. There are many types of active meditations such as: Dynamic meditation, Laughing meditation, Nataraj meditation(intuitive dance), Gibberish meditation, Born again meditation etc.


Passive Meditation

The aim of all passive meditation techniques is to still the mind from wavering and distracting thoughts and gradually make it one pointed. Types: Vipassana meditation, Silent meditation, Zazen meditation, Nada yoga meditation, Trataka meditation etc.



BenifitsOf Meditation

  • Lower Heart Rate
  • Enhances Stamina
  • Builds Concentration
  • Better Confidence
  • Stress Reduction
  • Better Immunity
  • Mental Peace & Stability
  • And Many More

Foundation of Meditation

Meditation is a simple but life-transforming skill that can help you to relax, enhance understanding about yourself and develop your inherent potential. Beginning meditators often think the goal of meditation is to get to the point that they can focus without becoming distracted. A more useful goal is becoming aware of when your mind has drifted sooner. Becoming aware of what you're thinking is the basis of successful Cognitive Therapy. You can't restructure your thoughts if you haven't first developed the ability to identify your thoughts. Another useful goal for meditation beginners is being able to redirect your attention back to your point of focus without criticizing yourself. See when Foundation of Meditation is offered

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Types of Meditation

Passive Meditation - Guided Meditation

The aim of all passive meditation techniques is to still the mind from wavering and distracting thoughts and gradually make it one pointed.

Guided meditation is a process by which one or more participants meditate in response to the guidance provided by a trained practitioner or teacher, either in person or via a written text, sound recording, video, or audiovisual media comprising music or verbal instruction, or a combination of both.
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Pranayama/Meditation

Pranayama is the practice of controlling or regulating the breath or lifeforce energy (prana) in order to increase lung capacity, vitality, and overall wellbeing.
The aim of all passive meditation techniques is to still the mind from wavering and distracting thoughts and gradually make it one pointed.
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Vipassana Meditation

Vipassana is one of India's most ancient meditation techniques. Long lost to humanity, it was rediscovered by Gotama the Buddha more than 2500 years ago. The word Vipassana means seeing things as they really are. It is the process of self- purification by self-observation.
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Other  Types Of Meditations

  • Dynamic Meditation
  • Zen Meditation
  • Pranava Meditation
  • Natraj Meditation
  • Contemplation Meditation
  • Healing Meditation
  • Dharna Meditation
  • Visualization meditation