How To Meditate
Enter into the peaceful and blissful world of the most ancient and yet the most advanced and scientific technique of meditation
‘Raja’ means ruler and ‘Yoga’ refers to ‘communion’. So, Rajyoga is a divine communion which makes us self sovereign. Meditation comes from the Latin word- Mederi which means to heal. Rajyoga Meditation is thus a self-healing process. By practicing it, our eyes open to a totally new world- a world inside, activating our dormant inner energies in the form of powers and nourishing the spiritual awareness of the self, Supreme, time and world. Once we start exploring this inner world, we find the root of our problems and also the key to their solutions. We start to respond to situations, rather than just reacting to them and begin to live in harmony.
It is an easy and natural way of meditation without rituals or mantras or postures and can be practised anywhere and anytime with ‘open eyes’, which makes it a versatile and universal practice. But sometimes getting started needs a little explanation. Here is a simple five-step process to follow. Soon you’ll arrive at the quiet still place with just a single stride – a single thought – and you won’t even need to take five steps.
Life already feels full – filled with activities and responsibilities, so where can we put in the activity of meditation? That’s the beauty of Rajyoga; you can fit it in anywhere. Irrespective of the outer space where you find yourself, you just need to take 1 step inwards to enter a world of absolute bliss. You can visit our centres or connect online to learn this technique and get equipped to practise it:
Most people would like to meditate but they don’t. Why? Because, they believe that don’t have the time to do so. So how and when do busy people, like you, make moments to meditate? What is the good time to meditate and for how long? The answer is: Any time is a good time to connect with yourself, beacuse that is what meditation is all about. We need not close our activities in order to start meditation. But few moments of self- awareness woven in our day- to- day activities creates more time than it takes. Schedule it:
Anyone and everyone who wants to, can practise and benefit from Rajyoga Meditation. This form of meditation is accessible to people of all backgrounds. Practitioners of Rajyoga Meditation can belong to any age group, nationality, religion, gender, profession or social strata, and include people who: