Vedic meditation is an ancient form of stress release that works with your body to de-stress and reboot. It is a highly effective and simple practice that anyone can learn, but is especially beneficial for those living in busy, distracting, stressful lives.
Vedic Meditation Is a Daily Practice
Unlike many other forms of meditation, Vedic meditation only requires 20 minutes twice a day. This makes it easy to integrate into your life and create a consistent routine without sacrificing too much time from your schedule.
The key to the practice is to silently repeat a mantra. This sound can be any word, phrase or chant and is a way to guide the mind into quieter states of awareness.
When the mind gets distracted, notice that and gently return to the repetition of the mantra. Over time, this can become easier and the meditator will be able to repeat the mantra silently inside of their own body.
Your sensitivity to your own needs and body will increase as you practice Vedic Meditation. This sensitivity will allow you to be more aware of your own feelings and experiences as well as those around you.
It does take time to gain the full benefits of Vedic Meditation, but you may start to see small shifts in your stress level and emotional well-being after only a few sessions. You may even experience a deep sense of calm that you haven't experienced in a while.