sahaj samadhi dhyana yoga

Sahaj Samadhi Dhyana Yoga

Enhance peace of mind • Improve health • Boost mental clarity • Unlock intuitive skills

2hrs/day for 3 days

*Your contribution benefits you & a host of social projects of the Art of Living

Yes! I choose peace!

What will I get from this program?


Enhanced peace of mind

Sahaj Samadhi Dhyana Yoga brings your brain waves into a calming alpha-wave state, which soothes your nervous system, providing deep rest and relaxation to the body and mind.


Increased mental clarity

Meditation calms the constant stream of thoughts, enabling improved clarity of mind and increased awareness. With Sahaj Samadhi, you will experience a longer attention-span, more self-awareness, and better decision-making skills.


Improved physical health

Our nervous system is the energy generator for our body. A relaxed and rejuvenated nervous system improves the functioning of the body’s cardiovascular, digestive, and respiratory system.


Unlocked intuitive skills

Sahaj Samadhi Dhyana Yoga helps you sift through the mental chatter, discerning your innate voice, and enabling your intuition to strengthen your judgment.

How does it work?

Meditation is the art of relaxation, the art of doing nothing, but for a lot of people, doing nothing is not easy. There are many techniques for meditation but in Sahaj Samadhi, we use charged subtle sounds (mantras) to reach a state of deep rest. You will be given your personal mantra in the program and taught how to use it for meditation. The mantra becomes the vehicle to take you to the deepest levels of consciousness. As you go deeper within yourself, bliss, clarity, calmness, intuition, and creativity get uncovered in your being and ultimately you realize who you are.

What does the course include?

  • Meditation technique based on your personal mantra
  • Key principles of meditation
  • Identifying what factors create disturbance in the mind and remedies
  • How different foods affect your mind and thoughts


Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is global humanitarian, spiritual leader and ambassador of peace. He has spearheaded an unprecedented worldwide movement for a stress-free, violence-free society.

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Do I need to be a practitioner of meditation to learn Sahaj Samadhi?

Not at all. Even if you have never meditated before, you can learn this technique and get the benefits.

How is Sahaj Samadhi Dhyana Yoga different from guided meditations?

Guided meditations help you meditate with spoken instructions and music. They help you relax and unwind by providing a soothing and peaceful ambience. On the other hand, Sahaj Samadhi Dhyana Yoga is a mantra-based meditation technique. The mantra is a charged, subtle sound that takes you to deeper states of consciousness. Guided meditations require, well, guidance, but once you learn Sahaj Samadhi, you can meditate on your own with this technique. It just needs 20 minutes of your time, and a quiet corner where you can sit comfortably. With regular practice, you will feel more at peace and note the improvements in your physical health and mental acumen as well as your increased awareness and sharpened intuitive skills.

I am not able to meditate effectively. I go to sleep whenever I meditate.

It’s perfectly alright to sleep as you begin to meditate. It just indicates your system needs more rest. Just don’t stop meditating! As you continue, you will find that 20 minutes of Sahaj Samadhi Dhyana Yoga is as refreshing as several hours of sleep!

Are there any special considerations for Sahaj Samadhi Dhyana Yoga?

It is preferable to meditate on a relatively empty stomach. Before meals or 90 minutes after eating is a good time to do Sahaj Samadhi Dhyana Yoga. Aside from that, all you need is a comfortable place to sit for 20 minutes.