Meditation

6 Week Meditation with Ma Lochana

Sun Date: Jan 27 2019 - Mar 03 2019 From: 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
This course is based on Insight Meditation, a non-sectarian practice of meditation. Meditation is a technique that takes you to a higher state of consciousness. In meditation the mind is clear, relaxed, and inwardly focused.
Meditation cannot have any negative side effects, only positive benefits. To name a few:
  • significantly better moods
  • reduced stress and anxiety
  • stronger immune system
  • relief from chronic pain
  • accelerated healing of mind and body diseases
  • healthier and happier relationships
In each session students will receive:
Instructions on how to practice and what tools to use to overcome obstacles/challenges, guided practice meditation, time for open discussion and Q&A.
During each week students will have access to:
Handouts through email and Ma Lochana will be available by email to answer questions about the practice.
By the end of the 6 week course you will have the knowledge, understanding and tools to establish your daily meditation practice.

Anybody of any age, gender, religion, and nationality can practice insight meditation. From novices to “experienced” meditators.

With Meditation we learn to become calm, to observe our inner and outer world, and we gain openness, clarity, and new understanding. Join Me! 

To register go to: www.yogashalasa.com

MIAMI FL

“Japa Meditation: Bija Mantra” workshop 

Friday September 8th, 2017

6.30PM-8.30PM

Prana Yoga Miami

247 Malaga Ave

Coral Gables FL 33134

 Please scroll down to read info on the workshop

 

SAN ANTONIO TX

“Japa Meditation: Bija Mantra” workshop 

SAturday, October 7th, 2017

1.30PM-3.30PM

Yoga Shala 

18585 Sigma Road 

San Antonio TX 78258

A bija mantra is a one-syllable sound used in meditation or yogic practice. In Sanskrit bija means “seed,” man means “to think” or “mind” and tra means “liberate.” 

Mantras are spiritual formulas. They are sounds put together in a particular way, in a scientific way, to produce specific kind of results.

We can use Mantras for worldly purpose, guidance, to help us in solving problems and situations we encounter in everyday life, to bring wealth, to invite relationships, in regard of health issues, to calm the mind and so forth. However we should always keep in mind that the ultimate purpose for Mantras is spiritual and Mantras are meant to help us for our spiritual evolution to reach a higher state of consciousness.

During this workshop we are going to learn how to use Bija Mantras in everyday life, how to practice Japa Meditation (with the use of a mala) and how move along the spiritual path with the use of Bija mantras.

For more Information, please email Ma.Lochana@YogaNutritionLife.com.