Learning how to meditate requires one-on-one instruction from a qualified Vedic Meditation teacher
Anyone can learn how to meditate using the Vedic Meditation technique. Experienced teachers know how to make it really easy, effortless and refreshingly simple.
The “HOW” Vedic Meditation works is covered at the Introductory Session, where it can be discussed in the context of How Vedic Meditation is taught.
People learn how to meditate for a wide variety of reasons. Some people learn as a result of a recommendation by a health professional because they want to help treat a specific stress-related problem, such as high blood pressure.
Others may be quite healthy but decide to learn how to meditate because they want to use more of their mental potential. On the other hand, people learn to meditate because they want to improve their relationships or help create a more peaceful society.
Unfortunately, this technique cannot be learnt by reading a book, listening to an audio tape or watching a Youtube Video. Learning Vedic Meditation requires one-on-one instruction from a qualified teacher.
It is the one-on-one guidance that the teacher provides that ensures everyone learns the correct process. And there is always some tinkering and adjustment to the process to suit the individual, because, after all, we are all different. Books, tapes and videos cannot cater for the subtle variation required for each person.
Nonetheless, the technique is really quite easy to learn and enjoyable to practice, and requires no special skills – anyone can do it successfully.
Vedic Meditation is Taught Three Steps:
Sessions are between 90 minutes and two hours each – this largely depends on you, your questions and understanding etc
The first step to learning Vedic Meditation is arranging a free “Introduction” session. The Introduction session presents the range and magnitude of possible benefits that can be gained from the regular practice of the Vedic Meditation technique.
The lecture is about 90 minutes and includes:
- Description – what Vedic Meditation is and also what it is not
- Benefits – improved mental potential, health, and social behaviour etc
- How to start the technique – an outline of the steps of instruction to learn Vedic Meditation
Attending an “Introduction” session is the prerequisite to learning Vedic Meditation. These talks are free of charge and involve no commitment to learning, phone Warwick Jones, 09 419 5380, and arrange your own confidential time.
Learning how to meditate takes place over five days with each session lasting approximately two hours.
The Vedic Meditation technique can not be learnt overnight or from book, video or audio technologies. The course unfolds over two and a half months.
Personal instruction in the Vedic Meditation technique begins with two one-to-one sessions, with Warwick Jones, followed by three more sessions on consecutive days. In these sessions, you’ll actually learn to practice the technique. Each session usually takes about two hours.
Following the five sessions above, there are three additional sessions scheduled at intervals over two months.
Warwick is available seven days a week, by appointment, with standard appointment times each day – 8 & 10 am, 1, 3, 5 pm.
Three: Personal experience
Learning how to meditate with the Vedic Meditation Technique is really easy. It is neither mind-control nor mental discipline, it’s not concentration, a contemplation, a philosophy or a way of life.
By the end of the course, you will have all the knowledge and experience you need to meditate on your own at home; you have learned a technique, not become part of a group or organisation.
Unlike most other meditation techniques, Vedic meditation is renowned for being easy to integrate into busy western lifestyles.
However, on completion of the course, there is a complete two-year follow-up program that is available for every meditator.
The program includes regular personal Check-ups & Refresher sessions and special seminars to ensure your complete understanding and knowledge of the Vedic Meditation technique to enable you to maximise the benefits.
Learn more about the Vedic Meditation technique:
Vedic Meditation – The Technique, What is it?
Vedic Meditation is a simple, natural, effortless mental process that allows the mind to experience subtler levels of thinking
What people say about Vedic Meditation
By making Meditation a priority everything else in the day seems to flow that much easier
How the Vedic Meditation technique Works
Of course, the wonder of it all is not how the Vedic Meditation technique works, but that it works
Feel Great with Vedic Meditation!
Following Vedic Meditation you feel calmer and more alert. Your thinking is clearer and more dynamic, and you have more energy
Why Learning Vedic Meditation Now is a Good Investment
Vedic Meditation is an investment in your Health AND Well-Being. It is the formula for success without stress
Reasons to learn Vedic Meditation
Vedic Meditation is one of the most powerful techniques available for reducing stress and anxiety. It is also one of the easiest to learn and simplest to practice
Frequently asked Questions
Can anyone learn how to meditate? Does it work for everyone? Do I have to chant, or sit in strange yoga positions? How long will it take until I feel benefits? Will it take years to master? How does Vedic Meditation differ from other types of meditation?
Vedic Meditation is an investment in your Health AND Well-Being. It is the formula for success without stress.
… the combination of Meditation with a good diet – especially a low fat, low salt diet – and physical exercise, should see a dramatic change in your health.
Vedic Meditation is one of the most powerful techniques available for reducing stress and anxiety. Furthermore, it is also one of the easiest to learn and simplest to practice.
If you are in Auckland and would like to learn how to meditate, call me, Warwick Jones, on 021 532 768. Or email me to find our how Vedic Meditation could help you achieve better health.
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