How to Still Your Mind Through Meditation (Skillshare)

How to Still Your Mind Through Meditation (Skillshare)
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How to Still Your Mind Through Meditation (Skillshare)
Mind becomes still when a proper energy flow is facilitated at a subtler level, at the level of meridians, in the subtle body. The stillness is an outcome of the right flow of prana (subtle energy). This is a yogic way of systematic working at subtle level, bringing about the changes at the level of mind and body. I guide you, step by step, giving you information and teach you ways to alter the flow of prana in your meridians.

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Advantages of Meditative Still Mind

- More productivity, as one stays in the present moment (not staying in past or future)

- Not being carried away by the thoughts of past and future

- Better stability in life (mental, emotional and physical)

- Physical healing is facilitated as mind and body are two sides of the same coin.

When the subtle body awakens enough, through right flow of prana, it balances your brain hemispheres and you shall start to have a balanced state of mind. As you advance with your practice, you shall start to experience a deeper level of inner stillness, which is an advanced meditative state. Incorporating a meditative state of mind, in a regular life, makes you more productive.

Whether you want to learn a meditation technique for your spiritual progress or you want to have a better state of mind for facing the challenges of life with ease, this course is going to be of great help for you.

Kindly watch in the specific order 1,2,3.. I give first the theoretical part and then introduce the practice.

Daily practice is a must. Kindly do sitting meditation, observing your breath (Anapanasati) at least for 15 to 20 minutes to get established in meditation.



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