Practices of the sages

One day, Buddha was asked, "What have you achieved from meditation?" 

"Nothing," he said, "But let me tell you what I have lost: anxiety, anger, insecurity, depression, and fear of death."

Meditation is an activity that can help cultivate overall feelings of inner peace, relaxation, and contentment.

Does it work?

Research shows that meditation has a powerful effect on the brain, influencing the biochemistry, improving mood, sleep, wellbeing and enhancing memory and cognitive functions.

The meditation classes are perfect for all levels, whether you're just starting on your meditation journey or would like to deepen your practice. I teach general forms of meditation:

Buddhist meditation techniques

Vipassana - to see things as they really are

Mindfulness - to be fully focused on "the now" so you can acknowledge and accept your thoughts, feelings, and sensations without judgment

Metta or Loving-kindness - to develop unconditional positive emotions and feelings toward all beings

Hindu meditation techniques

Transcendental - to achieve a profound state of aware relaxation

Mantra - to bring the mind to a particular focus

Third eye - to develop the sixth sense

Chakra - to improve general health and wellbeing

Tratak Sadhana - to improve concentration and memory

Kundalini - to purify both mind and body

Kriya - to accelerate spiritual growth

Nidra - to open the deep doors of the mind and dissolve the old samskaras (addictions)

Osho - to move beyond whatever obstructs us