Which Yoga and Meditation Course is Right For You?
Yoga and meditation are practical aspects of Indian philosophy, which is a vast ocean of concepts, practices, and techniques designed to create better physical and mental health and the evolution of your consciousness. By studying with Big Shakti, you gain access to essential concepts and techniques that open the door to enlightened living.
What is the difference between yoga and meditation?
Meditation is an exalted, joyful, and powerful state of being. The yogic meditative state arises from any process or technique that cultivates Self-awareness and Self-knowledge. Yogic meditations combine the best of yoga and meditation.
The word yoga is a Sanskrit word that means connection. The word meditation is an English word that also means connection, the connection between the meditator with the object of meditation.
Yoga and meditation are synonyms. They are the same thing. In fact, any stretching postures performed without self-awareness is not really yoga. The aim of meditation is self-awareness, and it is from self-awareness that all the other benefits arise, such as physical and mental health.
How many types of meditation are there?
Meditation has many aspects, which include relaxation, mindfulness, concentration, visualization, and the repetition of mantras. And there are many yoga and meditation techniques that enable you to develop these skills, depending on your needs and inclinations. We have constructed a yoga and meditation course for each of these aspects of meditation.
Which types of yoga and meditation course does Big Shakti offer?
Big Shakti provides multiple courses that enable students to delve deeply within themselves to gain a calm, clear mind, emotional resilience, and spiritual evolution. Each yoga and meditation course combines scientific, psychological, and philosophical approaches to optimize health and, ultimately, attain self-realization.
Each yoga and meditation course that we teach aims to support you in becoming more self-aware so that you know what is right for you. There are so many different forms of meditation that enable you to live healthier, stress-free, happier, and more fulfilled lives. So how do you choose?
Our courses are divided into Foundation, Intermediate, and Advanced.
Foundation courses are for you if you are new to yoga and meditation or want to revise essential foundational theory and skills.
Intermediate Training is for you if you have some yoga or meditation experience and want to progress deeper into meditation, upgrade your skills, and see what is possible on the yoga and meditation path.
Advanced Training is for you if you are an experienced yoga and meditation practitioner, teacher, and/or health professional and want to explore the depths of Indian philosophy, psychology, and advanced meditation practices.
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Ujjayi pranayama is an important yoga breathing technique that is used in many forms of meditation. Ujjayi pranayama is also called the yoga breath, throat breathing, psychic breath, and prolonged, diaphragmatic breathing. It allows you to take your awareness deep into your unconscious mind while you remain awake and aware. Ujjayi Pranayama – Feel the Power of the Yoga Breath.