What you'll learn
- Japa Yoga
- So Ham Meditation
- Sankalpa Practice
- The Parts of Mind
- How to make a Japa Mala
- Root Chakra Meditation
- No requirements
In this course you are going to learn how to create your own Japa Mala. This is going to be your personal Mala, impregnated with your own energy.
The different parts of your Mind and where do thoughts come from.
You will learn what are feeling and emotions.
What is the Sankalpa and the Intention and their importance in your Meditation Practice.
Sankalpa means an intention formed by the heart and mind -- a solemn vow, determination, or will. In practical terms a Sankalpa means a one-pointed resolve to focus both psychologically and philosophically on a specific goal. A sankalpa is a tool meant to harness the will, and to focus and harmonize mind and body.
Japa Yoga is the simplest and safest form of meditation, you can chant for 1min or 1hour.
In this course you are going to receive your mantra.
You will practice two simple Pranayamas to center your mind.
At the end of the course you will have everything you need to safely travel through the sea of the Mind.
Meditation is a practice in which the individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness, either to achieve some benefit or to mentally recognize a content without feeling identified with that content, or as an end in itself.
You will learn how to practice So Ham Pranayam Meditation that would enhance you sexual life.
At the end of this course you will have learned different meditation techniques that will allow you to create your own practice and benefit from the Art of Meditation.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who would like to improve themselves
My name is Tatiana Fait. I am a Yoga Teacher, Reiki Master, Certified Life Coach and Counselor.
I have been practicing Hata yoga Sivanda Style for over 20 years as well Qi Gong creating an integrative mindful in movement practice.
Meditation has been "the drop that cuts thru the rock" for me, and I'm sure it would be of great benefit to any body willing to cultivate the Art of Meditation.
I am mostly vegan, I do eat honey and I believe in a respectful symbiotic relationship with animals. I love nature and having long walks with my dogs.
Keep always the Golden Rule in Mind: "One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself" that's all the religion you need.