A leading instrument in stress release, personal growth and spiritual development

Meditation evolved as a response to the human yearning to know the infinite self within. 

In the present day when scientific research has demonstrated many therapeutic side effects of meditation and how it can help a contemporary individual, an ever-growing number of persons are motivated to try it.

Physiological benefits
  • Reduces high blood pressure, anxiety, cholesterol levels, pre-menstrual syndrome symptoms, muscle tensions, aging process and need for medical care.
  • Helps in chronic diseases like arthritis, allergies, headaches, migraines, and asthma; in postoperative healing, with normalizing your ideal weight and harmonizing the endocrine system.
  • Increases exercise tolerance, energy, strength, vigour, athletic performance and orderliness of brain functioning.
Psychological benefits
  • Decrease in restless thinking, tendency to worry, road rage, aggressiveness; need and dependency on alcohol, smoking, drugs, pills and pharmaceuticals, and in potential mental illness.
  • Helps with focus and concentration, control of own thoughts, improving relations at home and at work, removing bad habits, resolving phobias and fears, curing insomnia, ignoring petty issues, seeing the larger picture in a given situation, making more accurate judgements.
  • Develops self-confidence, creativity, brain wave coherence, learning ability and memory, feelings of vitality and rejuvenation, productivity, intuition, ability to solve complex problems, will power, perceptual ability and motor performance, the capacity for intimate contact with loved ones, more sociable behaviour, sense of responsibility, tolerance, emotional maturity, a stable and more balanced personality.
Spiritual benefits
  • Helps keeping things in perspective, discovering your purpose, learning forgiveness, changing attitude toward life, living in the present moment.
  • Provides peace of mind, happiness, growing wisdom, deeper understanding of yourself and others, harmony of body, mind and spirit, deeper level of spiritual relaxation, discovery of the power and consciousness beyond the ego.
  • Creates self-actualization, compassion, acceptance of oneself, and a deeper relationship with divine enlightenment, inner-directedness, a widening capacity for love, synchronicity in your life and sense of oneness.
Meditation I am teaching

In the beginner meditation you would be taught the very first two steps necessary for an effective use of it:

  1. withdrawal of senses - pratyahara;
  2. stabilization of the mind at one point - dharana.

For those ends, an object to focus the mind on is necessary, and that here is a mantra, or a specific, rhythmic phrase in the Sanskrit language with a lofty meaning.

All of the above listed benefits of meditation can be noticed very quickly. The most important is to really include meditation in a daily routine; and to be both dedicated to it, as well as sincere to yourself. 

As a result of the two techniques explained above - pratyahara and dharana - dhyana unfolds, which is meditation in the real sense of the term. Dhyana is an effortless flow of mind towards one object of ideation, leading one to a realization of the unity of all existence.