Meditation is an important part of a complete yoga experience. It is about learning to quiet your thoughts so you can get to a mind-body connection. The more you practice Meditation, the better you will feel.
Derived from the Latin word ‘meditatio’ and verb ‘meditari’, it means “to think, contemplate, devise, ponder”. Meditation also refers to the seventh of the limbs of yoga in Patanjali’s yoga sutras, this step is called dhyana in Sanskrit. Meditation refers to a mental and spiritual state
To focus on the here and now is the main idea and objective of Meditation. It will be a challenge, but doing it every day will soon show the benefits of its practice, such as reducing tension and stress, relaxation and a slower heartbeat. It also helps to get a better perspective of the life and to develop a wiser mind.
By doing a Meditation Training you will learn how to incorporate Meditation into your classes, discover new methods and develop your practice. There are a variety of options for choosing such training, for example, 200 hours Meditation Teacher Training in Rishikesh India, or a 14-day Meditation training in Dharamsala, or an 8-day Meditation in the mountains in Canada. The participation in any of these trainings allows you to receive a Meditation Teacher Certificate.
In a Meditation Retreat, you can learn not only the different ways to meditate but also the philosophy behind it. They usually organize classes suitable for all levels, wellness sessions, healthy vegan or bio meals, and accommodation in a relaxing environment. Through this learning, you will be able to establish a daily meditation practice and it will be a complete positive transformation. You can go for a 5-day Yoga Meditation Retreat in Austria, a 7-day Meditation retreat in Croatia, a 15-day Meditation retreat in Canada or 7-day Meditation in Sri Lanka.