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What is Vedic Meditation?

Vedic teachings say that:


"since the universal divine Self dwells in the heart of each of us,

the only way to experience and recognize our true essence

is to turn our attention inside through meditation,

which is the basis of a seeker’s path."

In general meditation is a practice in which an individual uses a technique to train attention and awareness, to reach a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state, thus getting in touch with our natural state of pure peace, Parashanti.

During the practice, from a physiological point of view, stress, toxins and tensions are removed from our body,

and from an energetic point of view, the 72000 nāḍī and all various energy channels are purified

to let the prāṇa flow at its best.

Some of the earliest written documents about meditation come from the Hindu traditions of Vedantism.

Meditation has been practiced since ancient times in numerous traditions and religious beliefs, often as part of the path towards spiritual enlightenment and Self-realization.

Since the 19th century it has spread to other cultures and today it is commonly practiced in personal and professional life.

Vedic meditation can be used to reduce stress, anxiety, anger, depression, pain,

and to increase peace, self-awareness, joy, well-being, empathy.

Until we rest in the fourth state of Consciousness, called Turīya, where there is a stable and permanent realization

of our true natural state: pure peace and happiness.

FAQ's Answered

What are the benefits and potentiality of Vedic Meditation?

Many studies have shown that meditating for at least 20 minutes helps to:

  • Relax body and mind

  • Generate a sense of happiness, peace, balance, well-being

  • Remove anxiety and stress

  • Improve physical health

  • Improve memory, concentration and learning

  • Develop compassion and empathy

  • Increase energy and mental clarity

  • Increase creativity

  • Reduce mental chatter

  • Reduce depression, anger, confusion, panic attacks, fears

  • And many more

Why should I choose this meditation technique and not another one? What's the difference between this meditation technique and all the others out there?

You are spoiled for choice as there seem to be hundreds of meditation techniques, from Mindfulness to Vipassana meditation, passing through various traditions such as Kriya Yoga, Siddha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Zen, Taoism, etc.


But you must know there are very few techniques that allow you to go beyond the mind, to the source of thought, where there is a state of perfect silence, perfect peace, perfect happiness, from which real benefits and great changes may come.


This technique is as simple as it is effective because it comes directly from the Vedic tradition, and the Arii are the people who actually have made known to us, among other things, mantras, pranayama and meditation itself more than 5000 years ago, handing over to us a "practical Knowledge" that includes everything, from sand grains to the boundaries of the universe.

This people didn’t leave any material remains, but they left us the legacy of the largest collection of written texts we know, the Vedas.

The great mystics have handed down this technique using a specific mantra, the power of which has no equal.


Does it make sense to use second hand products of something when you can benefit from the original practical knowledge of meditation and therefore draw from the source itself?

How long do I need to meditate?

To achieve great results quickly, it’s enough to mediatate 20 minutes twice a day, morning and evening.
Otherwise you can meditate once a day, the important thing is to do it.
Why is this simple exercise able to improve your life?
It is now known what the sages have demonstrated thousands of years ago: if you change yourself, life and the whole world around you will change accordingly.
If you wear black glasses you always see black wherever you go, but if you wear golden glasses, or even better if you take them off, then you can appreciate yourself and things as they really are.
And what are these glasses in real life if not the filter of your mind?

What are the requirements to be able to meditate? Is it possible not to be able to meditate?

I am usually available to do sessions (in person or via web) with people who are at least 18 years old.
There are no special requirements, but before starting the course I will ask you some simple questions.
Anyone can meditate, and if you are in possession of your faculties then it is possible to meditate whenever you want and wherever you want, bearing in mind certain simple rules that you will learn.
This means that, once you understand some simple but essential precautions, you just can't make mistakes because it is a natural process, which is part of our essence.
Everyone will be able to meditate correctly and independently by the end of the course.

Where can I learn this meditation technique?

I hold meditation courses physically from time to time, both in Italy and abroad.

However, to meet the needs of everyone and to make this technique available all the time, regardless where you live, I teach it also via web. Through the online meditation course you can learn how to practice meditation from the luxury of your own home.

THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE in taking part in the course physically or via web: the simplicity and effectiveness of this meditation technique make it unique!

Let's remember that Energy is not physical, so it cannot be limited by time or space.


Usually the Vedic Meditation course takes place over 3 days in a row, on average 1.5 / 2 hours a day, for a total of about 6 hours.

One month after the course there is going to be a fourth day of review, where I will also provide another couple of practical tools.

In any case, I always recommend a free introductory session (20 minutes) as first step.

The online meditation course is held via Skype or Hangouts. Please make sure your audio and video are set correctly before the beginning of the course.

So if you feel in tune with me,

then I can definitely help you!


N.B. Sessions are held via Skype o Hangouts. Please make sure your audio and video are set correctly before the beginning of our session.

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