Wednesday, April 4, 2012

The Art of Meditation Course - Sahaj Samadhi in London

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Dates: Friday 1st June 2012 - Sunday 3rd June 2012.

Friday: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Sat/Sun: 9am - 1pm

Avenue House, 17 East End Road, Finchley central , N3 3QE.
(nearest tube station is Finchley central, parking is also available)

Course Fee:
£250, Early bird offer is £200 if you register at least one week before the program start.

To register your interest:
Ila Vyas: 07941611187/
Bhavini Vyas:



Everyone has experienced a meditative state in moments of deep joy, or when completely engrossed in an activity, when just for a moment the mind becomes so light and at ease. While we have such moments, we are unable to repeat them at will. The Sahaj Samadhi course teaches you how.It is a meditation technique that is designed to self-heal and improve the general body health and mind state. This meditation technique almost instantly alleviates the practitioner from stress-related problems.

Sahaj is a Sanskrit word that means natural or effortless. Samadhi is a deep, blissful, meditative state. Sahaj Samadhi meditation is a natural, effortless system of meditation.

Regular practice of the technique can totally transform the quality of one’s life, by culturing the system to maintain the peace, energy, and expanded awareness of meditation throughout the day. These meditation techniques combined with yogic practices can ensure good health and a calm mind.

* Meditation allows the conscious mind to settle deeply in the Self, giving it rest
* When the mind settles down, it lets go of all tension, making one healthy and focused

How does Sahaj Samadhi meditation work?
The participant is given a mantra which allows the experience of meditation to be deeper. When the mind and nervous system are allowed to repose a few moments in profound silence, the blocks that suffocate our progress gradually dissolve.

Why should we repose in the Self? How is this going to help in our day-to-day life?
When a river is calm, its reflection is clearer. When the mind is calm, there is greater clarity in the field of expression. Our powers of observation, perception and expression improve. As a result we are able to communicate effectively and clearly.

Why do I need a mantra?
In Sanskrit, a mantra is described as, “Manana trayate iti mantra.”. Iti Mantra is that which saves you from repetitiveness. A repetitive thought is a worry. Mantras help to free you from worries.