BENEFITS OF MEDITATION
- Reduce Stress
- Improved Health
- Self Confidence
- Treat Anxiety
- Better Sleep
- Reduce Blood Pressure
- Increased Energy
- Beat Depression
- Better Realtionships
- PTSD & Much More
frequently asked questions
All the more reason to learn, meditation provides a deep level of rest that some scientists believe is twice as deep as any kind of sleep.
Since teaching, I have taught many meditators some of whom have been company directors. After learning, they claim to feel stronger more connected, energised and focused than ever before. They love it, so will you.
Whilst some meditations attempt to clear the mind. That would go against the whole effortless nature of Vedic Meditation. Thoughts are good, there is no such thing as too many. For more information come to an intro talk or contact me personally.today.
Firstly all of the above come from great traditions and should be respected as such as they offer wonderful qualities in their own right. A key difference is that Vedic Meditation (and Transcendental Meditation) is effortless in technique when done correctly. Whereas Mindfulness requires effort in the form of attention awareness to achieve best results.
In order to reap the benefits of this mediation you need to be as comfortable as possible. So sitting in chairs is not only completely fine but the suggested.
Just 20 minutes twice a day is the recommended time.
Some will notice subtle differences straight away others the changes maybe more or less obvious. But providing you are learnt correctly you will be benefiting.
People of all backgrounds and disabilities have learnt to meditate.
Many that already meditate have reaped benefits as it has given them a closer connection to their own beliefs.
No, be as you are.
Whilst I was an independant teacher of Transcendental Meditation with the Meditation Trust I am not and never have been connected to the Maharishi Foundation. Though wish them the best in all that they do as they have some wonderful teachers on board.