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Meditation is more precious than Gold

What is meditation?

Meditation is the stilling and focusing of the mind on our innermost essence. Usually our minds are restlessly wandering, flickering like a a candle flame in the wind, easily disturbed by external influences. Meditation is like focusing scattered rays of light into a laser beam that can penetrate through the turbulence of the conscious and subconscious mind until it contacts the ever-blissful deep peace of our infinite Self.

Mantra is the focusing lens of this laser. It is a refined sound that has a synchronising effect on the restless vibrations of the mind, tuning it to the vibration of the Cosmic Mind.

The nature of the mind is to think, so rather than attempting to void it of all thoughts, meditation keeps the mind actively engaged in conceiving a single subtle, elevating thought. The choice of a mantra and its meaning is very important, as another fundamental tendency of the mind that “as you think, so you become”. The most elevating and subtle thought is that of the loving presence of infinite, eternal, compassionate consciousness. This is our inherent essence, and the essence of every being in the creation. As we train our minds on this thought, we can experience oneness with our Self and the universe.
The ancient practice of meditation

Meditation is a practice anyone can do regardless of background and beliefs.  It is possible to meditate and feel the benefits for anyone. Meditation is a very valuable tool in life that helps & strengthens us.

Meditation gives us inner strength, balance, harmony, peace, new energy, positive outlook- increased compassion & connection to all life…. and much more!!

” Any moment spent in meditation is never a waste of time!”

~ Amma

This is a time of rapid changes on earth and with humanity.
Meditation is a very valuable tool to help us through the transitions and is totally free- it only requires your commitment, EFFORT and decision.
The sanskrit word for meditation is sadhana, which means effort; spiritual effort. With effort  in your meditation practice, you will surely feel big positive changes

What does Sadhana mean?

Sadhana (Sanskrit: साधन) is a Sanskrit term used to refer to a daily spiritual practice. Sadhana represents a disciplined surrendering of the ego, in which the practitioner uses tools such as asana, pranayama, meditation and chanting on a daily basis.

Anything that is practiced with awareness, discipline and the intention of spiritual growth can be considered as sadhana, but it must be practiced alone and for the sake of the individual. As such, it does not need to be a physical activity; even daily self-study of yogic or spiritual scriptures is a form of sadhana.

Sadhana is also a means of forging a ritual connection with God or universal energy. It encourages the practitioner, known as the sadhaka, to use self-discipline in order to achieve power over the ego and maintain connection with universal oneness. With regular daily practice, the practitioner continually realigns his or her inner self, slowly progressing toward the very ultimate expression of consciousness known as samadhi.


means to look inside yourself for the infinite source of peace and happiness which lies within; to feel the bliss which is the essence of your existence. That bliss is within you, just as it is within everybody and everything.

Guided Meditation



Looking forward to sharing amazing, healing, deep, guided meditations with you!

Any time spent in meditation is never a waste of time!
~ Amma

Bliss is Already in You

“A musk deer searches for the source of the fragrance of musk, but it won’t find it because the fragrance comes from within itself. Bliss is not to be found outside of us; it exists within us.”

~ Amma

Looking forward to sharing amazing, healing, deep, guided meditations with you!                                           


“Meditation increases your vitality and strengthens your intelligence. Your mental clarity and health improve. You acquire the patience and fortitude to face any problem in life. So, meditate! Only through meditation will you find the treasure you are seeking.”

¨Mata Amritanandamayi Devi

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