Meditate to clear your mind of distracting thoughts and attachments. Become still and use the beaming quality of the mind to project and create your future.
Tratakam is a Sanskrit word which means “to look” or “to gaze.” This meditation technique involves staring at a single point of focus. This is typically the flame of a candle, but other objects that may be used include a place on the wall, an object of worship, a deity, flower, mountain, or rising sun or moon.
This meditation works to remove our knee-jerk fear reactions and make us steady.
Through mastery of the meditative mind, we have the opportunity to experience happiness and fulfillment.
This practice harnesses the power of japa, or mantra repetition, to confirm and reaffirm your Self through your own sound current, your own voice.
This chant is an ashtang (8-beat) mantra, said to balance prana and apana to energize the central channel of the spine, known as the sushumna. This practice increases the healing power in the hands, and is thought to open us up to that flow of grace.
This is a 1.5 minute initiation in which we can relate very politely to our own essence. We do it only three times, so participate well.
This meditation is said to bring the realm of thoughtlessness quickly. It brings the awareness that redemption is not necessary; we are already redeemed. When we experience inner calm, it leads to the experience of the entire universe, and nature serves us in harmony.