11 February 2020, 27 February 2020
The original mantra you are given when you learn Vedic Meditation is enough for a lifetime of evolution.
However, if you are enjoying your meditation practice and want to optimise the benefits that come from practising it, you can receive an Advanced Technique after you have been meditating consistently for at least 12 months.
Think of it like travelling to Melbourne. You can drive there, but it will take a while. The Advanced Technique is like catching a plane. It is a way of speeding up our meditation journey and bringing more profound benefits and evolution more quickly.
The Advanced Technique is designed to take our awareness to that sweet, subtle layer of consciousness where our mind can think and also can ‘Be’ simultaneously. As a result we find that peaceful, spacious state that we slip into our deepest meditations starts to become integrated into every moment of our awakened state.
An Advanced Technique may involve you learning a variation or elongation of your existing mantra, or it may involve learning an advanced method of using the mantra you have already received.
In order to receive an Advanced Technique, a meditator must have been trained in Vedic Meditation and practicing consistently for at least one year. A meditator who has already received an Advanced Technique and would like to receive another should have been meditating consistently with their last advanced mantra for at least a year.
Advanced Technique Group courses run over two sessions, two weeks apart. If you would like to book into a group session, please email us and we can help you to book into your course.
If you are interested in booking a private Advanced Technique course, simply complete this form and we will get back to you shortly.
In this session your Master Vedic meditation teacher will perform puja before giving you your Advanced Technique and leading you in meditation.
In this session you will to refine the technique, share experiences and meditate together.
If you’re ready to book your Advanced Technique, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are unsure if you are eligible or have any questions you can call or email us to discuss further.