Meditation is an experience that allows the mind to dive spontaneously into its source, pure consciousness, which in turn infuses its infinite creative intelligence into everyday activity. Through a daily practice, you will enjoy the rewards physically, mentally, in your relationships, as well as in your work and studies. Anybody can learn deep meditation and have experiences of well-being right from the beginning.
Deep meditation is a technology of consciousness easy to learn, and practise. Natural and effortless, it does not involve controlling the mind or any other form of manipulation of awareness. This meditation does not require that you have any particular beliefs, study, or background, in order to learn, practise it, and gain great benefits.
Meditation allows the mind to experience subtler levels of thought, until the deepest level of awareness is experienced, transcending waking state. This experience enables the nervous system to gain a profound level of rest, beyond sleep. The results of such a practice bring about expansion of awareness, calmness, and harmony between body, mind and heart.
The primary purpose of meditation is to nurture spiritual growth, which will allow you to enjoy all aspects of life. Interrelated benefits include stress and anxiety reduction, improved sleeping patterns, strengthening of the body's immune system, increase of energy, slowing of biological aging process, and enhanced appreciation for living in a peaceful environment. This technique, practised effortlessly, facilitates the elimination of tensions accumulated in the nervous system. It rekindles the vital source of energy at the origin of thought and life.
From the very first meditation, the practitioner begin to reap the benefits. The experience of pure awareness begins to transmit its value into the field of activity in all physical, psychological, behavioural and social aspects.
Deep Meditation Introductory Class
This meeting, in Vancouver, is open to all and consists of an introduction to Deep Meditation. You will learn how the course works and how to prepare for it.
This effortless meditation technique has roots in the Vedas (veda = knowledge, the Vedas = scriptures originating in Ancient India). It allows the mind to transcend thoughts, and the body to attain deep levels of rest. These two aspects promote the reconstruction of cellular memory and help eliminate tensions and obstacles created in the nervous system, which are sources of discomfort and illness. Deep Meditation allows us to tap into the infinite source of energy and happiness which is the foundation of our thoughts, creativity and life.