What is Vedic Meditation?
More ease, less effort.
Vedic Meditation is a simple eyes-closed technique that is easy for anyone to learn. Practiced for 20 minutes, twice daily, the technique uses a personalized mantra – a simple sound, designed for your physiology – that when effortlessly repeated in the mind, settles the mind and body into a deep state of rest.
Rather than using focus, control or contemplation (which can keep the mind active), Vedic Meditation encourages the mind and body to settle naturally without battling or resisting thoughts in any way. The result is a more enjoyable practice that feels easy to do.
The quality of rest experienced in each session is profoundly deep, which allows the body to dissolve deep-seated stresses and fatigue, leaving you with more energy and clarity.
What does ‘Vedic’ mean?
‘Vedic’ comes from the word ‘Veda’ which means ‘knowledge’. The technique is derived from the Veda, a 5,000 year-old body of knowledge that is the source of yoga, Ayurvedic medicine, and much of Eastern philosophy.