Before we see how to meditate, we would like to clarify one of the biggest myths about meditation. Clarifying this myth will truly help you understand how to meditate.
Most people are under the impression that meditation is concentration. We say meditation is not concentration; in-fact, meditation is the art of doing nothing.
So, how do we learn this art of doing nothing?
How to Meditate?
There are many ways you can meditate but one of the easiest ways to meditate (especially when you are a beginner) is through a guided meditation. In a guided meditation, you need to sit with your eyes closed and follow the instructions you hear.
To be able to meditate on your own, you can learn meditation from a trained expert. You could join a Sahaj Samadhi Meditation Program.
To deepen your experience of meditation, you can keep the following three notions in mind whenever you sit to meditate.
1 - I want nothing – you’re putting aside all your desires, including that for a “good” meditation; you don’t want to know or plan anything
2 - I am doing nothing – lett go of all effort
3 - I am nothing – let go of all the labels you put on yourself about who you are.
Sahaj Samadhi Meditation Program
The Sahaj Samadhi Meditation Program teaches you one of the most effortless and effective ways to meditate. In this form of meditation, a personal mantra is given to you by the meditation expert. The mantra allows the mind to relax effortlessly and let go of all stress.
It’s a 6 hours program spread over 3 days.
Millions across the globe have experienced Sahaj Samadhi Meditation and have been benefited. Some of the experiences are:
Earlier I used to find difficulty in entering deep states of meditation but after learning Sahaj Samadhi Meditation, it was effortless for me. Mantra given to be in the program helps me meditate with ease.
I used to seat and stay quiet for some minutes just expecting meditation to happen. After learning Sahaj Samadhi Meditation, I felt I got the tool for deep meditation and peaceful mind.
Raul Alvarez, Paraguay
I still cannot believe that I learn to meditate effortlessly in just 6 hours.
Shilpy Madan, India
I used to think to learn something as profound as meditation, I will have to work very hard. But practicing Sahaj Samadhi Meditation is so simple to learn and practice