WHAT IS VEDIC MEDITATION?
Vedic Meditation is absolutely simple and can be learned by anyone, even (especially) someone who believes they are too stressed or high-strung to meditate. Its effortless technique is practiced twice a day, sitting comfortably with the eyes closed. Practicing Vedic Meditation does not require clearing the mind of thoughts or cessation of thinking. Thoughts are a welcome part of meditation.
- Though Vedic Meditation originated in ancient India, meditators from any culture can experience its benefits.
- Because the technique triggers a physiologic effect in the brain and body, practicing the technique requires no change in one’s beliefs, nor must anything be taken on faith.
- During meditation, the mind settles down, or transcends, to a unique state of restful alertness that is beyond thought.
- The restfulness experienced in this unique state is 2 to 5 times deeper than the rest gained during sleep, and this profound rest allows the body to naturally dissolve its stresses.
- By having contact with this restful state, also called the level of Being or the level of Bliss, one begins to experience life as it is meant to be lived- stress-free and filled with joy, possibility, creativity, connection, and love.
How is Vedic meditation different than other types of meditation? Watch this video of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the master who brought this meditation technique to the west.
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HERE ARE SOME OF THE MANY BENEFITS OF VEDIC MEDITATION
Stress, depression and anxiety
Substance abuse and other addictive behaviors
Cardiovascular disease such as high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, and cerebrovascular disease (strokes)
Risk factors for cardiovascular disease such as obesity, high cholesterol, and free radical formationa
Healthcare costs and utilization
Immune system, longevity and energy
Academics, school behavior, special and remedial education
Integration of personality, sense of wellbeing and happiness
Concentration, willpower and memory
Accuracy and speed of decision making
Intelligence, creativity and learning ability
Ability to stay calm under pressure
Relationships through improved self-awareness and awareness of others
Expanded consciousness from which to view the world