Meditation is the process of quieting the mind to spend time in thought for relaxation or for spiritual purposes.

The goal is to attain an inner state of awareness and intensify personal and spiritual growth. In practice, meditation involves concentrated focus on something such as a sound, image or feeling. Meditation is also referred to as dhyana in Sanskrit.

Meditation involves concentration and relaxation – both of which are enhanced by yoga. Just as there are many styles of yoga, so too are there a variety of ways to meditate. The first stage of meditation is to find a focal point or method of focusing in order to free oneself from distractions.
Some methods of focusing include:
  • Sound: Repeating a mantra, phrase or other sound.
  • Visualizing: Picturing an object with eyes closed, such as a lotus flower or the energy points in the body (chakras).
  • Gazing: Looking at an actual object with eyes open. Candles, flowers or pictures are common objects used in gazing.
  • Breathing: Observing the breath and what it feels like – the sensations – as it travels in and out of the body.

Meditation is the discovery that the point of life is always arrived at in the immediate moment.

Research has confirmed that physiological and psychological changes take place in the body during meditation. For example, studies show that people who are meditating perspire less, have a slower rate of respiration and demonstrate lower blood pressure than normal.

Its always the right time to start Yoga and Drive Transformation in your life.

Meditation Timings:
  • 1st Sunday of each month
    • 07:00 AM to 09:00 AM
  • 3rd Sunday of each month
    • 05:00 PM to 07:30 PM
Meditation Fee:
  • Free always

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