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The secret of the whole problem is dhyana, meditation. Through practising meditation we begin to realize that the course of our disappointments, unhappiness and problems is not the outside, material world. The cause of our restlessness and turmoil is internal. Once we know this, we can avoid wasting energy on improving our external environment and can start to look deeply within ourselves. We then discover the way to tackle all our problems. Meditation includes a deep state of rest which encourages repair and improved health of all the cells and tissues of the body. Research is not showing that most bodily functions can be controlled by means of concentration. Meditation therefore has a great role to play in the treatment of disease, particularly mental illness and the whole range of psychosomatic disorders. Meditation is the key to any achievement. A person who meditates can perform his work more efficiently and in less time than others. All his action reflects an inner peace.





• Basic Course – 2 Weeks Each
• Intermediate Course – 2 Weeks Each
• Advance Course – 2 Weeks Each



• Yoga Nidra (Psychic Sleep)
• Kaya Sthairyam
• Chakra Suddhi
• Ajapa Japa Meditation
• Antar Mouna (Inner Silence)
• Prana Vidya


(From teaching of Meditation from Tantra, Dharana Darshan, Yoga Nidra & Prana Vidya )


Yoga Nidra


Yoga Nidra is a practice which can be widely applied in the modern world to improve the quality and happiness of Human life. It is a simple yet profound technique and has been used in the following fields :

• Relaxes the whole physio-psychological system.
• Rejuvenates the body and mind.
• Removes and prevents psychosomatic diseases such as high Blood Pressure, Diabetes,
  Asthma, Rheumatism, Neurasthenia, Allergies and so forth.
• Reduces sleep requirements.
• Induces sleep in case of Insomnia.
• Brings deeper perception of the mind.
• Bring Joy, Well-bring, fulfillment and contentment into one’s life.
• Removes Psychological Blocks, Fears, Phobias, Conflicts, Complexes and so forth.
• Bring about effervescent self – confidence.
• Induce Meditation.
• Awakens Innate Inner Itellgence.

Chakra Shuddhi


Kaya Sthairyam

In Sanskrit the word Kaya means “body” and Sthairyam means “Steadiness”. Because of the interrelation between the body and the mind, when the boy becomes Steady and still the mind follows suits. Only when the body in assolutely steady and immobile should the actual meditation practice begin. It is also important to note that the mind remains one-pointed only while the body is still. As soon as any part of the body moves, the mind also moves. Thus the concentration is broken and once broken it cannot be attained again in the same sitting.

If meditation is attempted with an unsteady body and fluctuating mind, no benefits will result from the practice even if you perform it for many years. Master Kaya Sthairyam, the you will be able to proceed of Meditation without any obstacle.

Chakra Shuddhi

Chakra Shuddhi

Chakra Shuddhi means “Purification of the Psychic Centers”. These practices are used in Kundalini Yoga for the location of the Psychic centers. In kundalini yoga it is said that before the kundalini awakens the chakras must be Purified, opened and awakened. These practices form an important part of his process.

While concentrating on the chakra points, the breath and the mantra a high voltage of energy is released and circulated to the brain. This energy helps to remove mental dissipation and steadies the mind, so that even after a few minutes of the practice, the mind becomes one pointed and still almost effortlessly.

Chakra Shuddhi
Ajapa Japa Meditation

Ajapa Japa Meditation in a complete practice in itself and through it one can enter the spiritual realms even without the help of a guru. In order to attain Samadhi, in all other yogic practices one has to control the breath. Whenever the breath is suspended, kumbhaka takes place. However, the breathing remains continuous throughout the practice of Ajapa Japa, and even in Samadhi there is no change.

Ajapa Japa Meditation
Antar Mouna Meditation

The word antar means “inner” and mouna means “Silence”. Antar Mouna is a meditative technique that leads to inner tranquility and silence. It is one of the most direct methods of tackling the problems of the mind. This is the reason why it is so widely utilized in religious, mystical and psychiatric systems.

The by-product of modern life is overwhelming mental tension that almost grinds man into the ground to the point of despair.If these mental tension are released, even slightly, then life beings to show new promise and new meaning beings to awaken. One method, a very direct method, of releasing this oppressive mental tension in Antar Mouna.

Chakra Shuddhi
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