Open your mind...

Several definitions of meditation:

  • “Meditation is a systematic way of silencing the mind so we can reach our true self, which is a source of eternal happiness, bliss and peace.”
  • “Meditation is a state of consciousness in which there is no mind.”
  • ” Whenever we are relaxed, when our mind is silent and carefully observing, when we are not inwardly devoted to any thoughts – then we meditate.”

Meditation is actually a process of discovering oneself. In reality, we are all consciousness. We are not our body, we are not our emotions, we are not our mind, we are not our thoughts; we are a soul. We are the only consciousness that feels and sees everything that happens while we play our part in life. This consciousness, by nature, is calm, peaceful, and it rejuvenates us. Meditation is a process of knowing this awareness that exists in us.

”To understand the immeasurable, the mind must be extremely quiet and peaceful.“

In our everyday life we are constantly preoccupied with sensory stimulations, thinking, analyzing, feeling, doing all kinds of thought activities; we are never truly calm, we are often in a hurry, under stress, filled with constant internal drumming. It has happened to all of us to relax, looking at the beautiful sunset, allowing our thoughts to be silenced, which is close to meditation.  Meditation, if done regularly, can do wonders. Here are some of the basic benefits that you can get with regular meditation:

  • Focusing on the present moment and controlling the mind and emotions;
  • Recognizing the cause-and-effect relationship between thoughts, attitudes, impressions, feelings, body conditions, and behaviors;
  • Changed attitude to life, gratitude for the good deeds of others, enjoying the small moments of happiness;
  • A clear view of the broader perspective instead of focusing on small everyday problems;
  • Accepting all things that are not as we would like them to be;
  • Understanding other people;
  • Improved internal ability to solve complex problems;
  • Relieving stress;
  • Increased concentration, self-esteem, spontaneity, creativity and awareness;
  • And much, much more …

In addition, with regular application of deep breathing, deep relaxation and physical exercises in our lives, we can build a solid foundation for further health and an abundance of physical and mental energy. Regardless of how busy we are in our everyday life, with the help of these three things, we will not only be able to cope easily with life’s challenges, but we will also be able to provide constant spiritual development through regular meditation.

There are different types of meditation:

  • Meditation on Twin Hearts
  • Meditation of the Blue Pearl
  • “Here and now” Meditation
  • Vipassana
  • Meditation of Gautama Buddha
  • Mantra Meditation
  • Dynamic Meditation
  • Zen Meditation
  • Energy Meditation
  • Transcendental Meditation

We invite you to meditate and choose the style of meditation that suits you most. It takes time, but the personal experience is what counts.

And remember, everyone can meditate…