This event has been postponed until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience.
It would be accurate to say that meditation is a state of mind in which you are fully focused on the experience of being in the eternal "now".
However, as the nature of the mind is restless, achieving such a peaceful state can often seem elusive.
This workshop examines many of the common challenges to meditation and how to overcome them. It looks at the physicality of sitting for meditation, i.e. how to enhance your focus, rather than what to focus on.
The presenter is Swami Saradananda, an internationally-renowned yoga and meditation teacher, author of the recently published book "Sitting Comfortably: preparing the mind and body for peaceful meditation".
Take-Aways from the event:
• Be in the moment
• Avoid fault-finding and replaying thoughts
• Be fearless
• Overcoming muscle cramps, backache, and feeling disorientated.
• Choosing the right mudras
• Diet and Lifestyle Support for Meditation
About Swami Saradananda:
Swami Saradananda is an internationally renowned yoga and meditation teacher who has inspired thousands of people to practice.
Her new book, "Sitting Comfortably, Preparing the Mind for Peaceful Meditation" is out on June 8th. She has been teaching for over 40 years and is the author of six other books, including "The Power of Breath and Mudras for Modern Life".
Swami worked with Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres for 26 years and directed centres in New York, Toronto, London, New Delhi, and the Himalayas. She holds an MA degree from SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), University of London.
This is an online event. After you pay/register the zoom link will be sent to you via the email you registered with. A replay of this event will be available to all registrants and sent out the week after the event.