This meditation program is based on the evolution of the human brain. The oldest section of the brain (300Million years old) is called the “reptilian brain,” which houses the vital control centers for breathing, swallowing and the heartbeat. It is designed for survival. Hunger, sex and the fight/flight response are also related to this area. The “limbic brain” (100M years old) developed from the instinctive to the emotional. It houses both the emotional brain and short-term memory. Finally, the “neocortex” (4M years old) is the most recent evolution in which intellect, reasoning and decision making take place. The important traits of Free will, self-awareness and choice making are also found in this last stage of evolution.
Breathing is a form of universal connection, but also liberation. As we all breathe the same air we form a connection with all living things. But our personal liberation also began with our first breath, when we instantly separated ourselves from our mother and became individuals. We breathe about 17k times per day. We have then, many opportunities to connect with our breathing throughout the day. In this program we are going to deepen and explore the practice of breathing techniques, which will lead us to stronger connections and self-awareness.
Becoming aware of our body is crucial for a healthy life. It will heal ourselves as we consistently connect to our body structure. It will also develop our ability to focus. Attention and Intention are vital tools that can enrich our lives. We can master them as we develop our body-awareness practice.
Our heart pumps 120 gallons of blood per hour and within a minute circulates oxygen throughout our vessels system. It is also the emotional center of our body. There are neural networks around our heart; by becoming aware of our heart presence we can better understand our emotions. Several techniques will be explored to develop this connection.
We have approximately 80 thousand thoughts to deal with per day, depending of our state of mind. It is around a thought per second. Becoming aware of our mind means becoming conscious of our never-ending internal dialogue, which can be either creative or poisoning. Awareness of these thoughts will help sort them out and then create a transformative creative force.
Once we move through the four first steps of this program, the last and most important step is becoming aware of our soul. Known as The Self, our soul, according to Vedanta, is our real self. It does not change, it is not born, and it never dies. As a wave that arises from the sea, our soul is an individual expression of the ocean’s consciousness. We all sense somehow an internal presence that has never changed and it is always there as an eternal silent witness. Exploring this presence is the ultimate goal of meditation.
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This is a millenary technique rooted in the Vedic tradition of India. You will receive a personal mantra (Primordial Sound) based on Universe’s vibration at the time and place of your birth. This is a powerful technique to deeply explore the practice of Meditation. It requires 8 hours of training that can be scheduled at your convenience. Please call us to find out more.
Learn how to develop this simple meditation technique that can bring inner calm and greatest awareness. It requires 90 minutes of basic training. Please call us to find out more.
Learn how to handle your Vital Energy (Prana) through different breathing techniques that can help you to relax and cope with stress during your daily activity.
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