Primordial Sound Meditation
Certified Meditation teacher through Deepak Chopra has taught me the true essence and importance of meditation.
It is a tool for rediscovering the body’s own inner intelligence. Practiced for thousands of years. It’s not about forcing the mind to be quiet; it’s about finding the silence that’s already there and making it a part of your life.
Primordial sound meditation is a meditation technique originating in the ancient wisdom of India. Primordial sounds – the basic, most essential sounds of nature – are used to disconnect us from the activity of life. These individually selected sounds, known as mantras, are based on the vibration the universe was making at the moment of your birth.
Once your Primordial Sound mantra has been determine, you will be taught how to use daily to reawaken balance, tranquility and compassion within.
The word “Reiki” means “mysterious atmosphere, miraculous sign.” It comes from the Japanese words “rei” (universal) and “ki” (life energy). Reiki is a type of energy healing and has been around for thousands of years.
Energy medicine helps the flow of energy and remove blocks in a similar way to acupuncture or acupressure. Improving the flow of energy around the body, say practitioners, can enable relaxation, reduce pain, speed healing, and reduce other symptoms of illness.
Reiki has been beneficial to:
Relieve pain, anxiety, and fatigue
Enhance quality of life
The development of yoga can be traced back to over 5,000 years ago, but some researchers think that yoga may be up to 10,000 years old.
Yoga still practiced today has many benefits:
Improves strength, balance and flexibility
Helps with back pain
Enhances cardiac and circulatory health
In the book Bhagavad Gita there are three paths
Bhakti Yoga - This is the path of the heart. It is pure love and devotion.
Jnana Yoga - This is the path of the intellect. It is the way of knowledge and wisdom.
Karma Yoga - This is the path of work. It is all about selfless service and action. To follow this path, you must devote yourself to your dharma
A "fourth yoga" is sometimes added, Raja Yoga or "the Path of Meditation