Meditation is the most powerful way of controlling physical, physiological and psychological processes and reactions of the mind. One of the most profound changes that take place in the body during the meditation is the slowing down of the metabolism, lowering the blood pressure, reduces anxiety, physical ailments and mental diseases. On the other hand meditation works on the fight or flight defence mechanism of the body. The stressful, competitive, modern way of life is such, however, that many people almost continually operate at a high level of preparedness for fight or flight. It may be from fear of the boss, fear of losing respect in the eyes of relatives or neighbours, fear of not being able to pay the bills and so on. Under these conditions, the individual is always tense, liable to large fluctuations of moods and is almost in a continual state of dissatisfaction and general unhappiness. The body also loses its ability to resist diseases.

So if one wants relaxation and happy life, one must change the mind, not the outside world or the people. One must modify the mental program that was put in one’s mind by the faults in our upbringing, as this is the only cause of all our unhappiness and unpleasant experiences. As in the Bhagwat Gita Lord Krishna also says, “Meditation is better than any intellectual knowledge”.

Dynamic Meditation is a special retreat training programme for the wellness seekers, retreat teachers, meditation students or individuals that equips them with the detailed information about different tantra dynamic meditations. The whole concept is taken from the ancient healing system of human evolution existing in India from 5000 years old study. The course contains a series of different dynamic and deep meditations that apply the therapeutic benefits working on the different levels of the mind; lower, middle or higher mind.


  • WHAT IS MEDITATION?: Learn the way the modern psychology has categorised different factors of the mind. Behind all the different parts of the mind is the core of existence. Learn how the self is illuminated in everything that we do and brings us on the path of self realization?
  • YOGA’S PSYCHIC PHILOSOPHY: One of the basic premises of the system of yoga is that the universe exists simultaneously on a number of different levels of subtlety. Every object or being which exists on the physical plane has a corresponding form on the more subtle planes. The life and activity go on there in a manner, which has many similarities to events of the “solid” physical world.
  • MEDITATION AND HEALTH: Meditation implies relaxation, both physical and mental, at a level that brings excellent health and can alleviate and cure many types of diseases. Meditation acts as a holistic, or whole, treatment for diseases. The person is able to exercise more power himself over his health for the removal of his ailment. The treatment will concern the whole body mind complex.
  • CONNECTING THE SCIENCE AND SPIRIT: There are various fields where science and yoga are approaching or have common ground. Modern ideas in the field of psychology are surprisingly like yogic ideas propounded thousands of years ago in the form of Samkhaya Philosophy. In yoga it is the whole nature of the person which is important. This means physical, mental, emotional, psychic and spiritual aspects. So through the spiritual path, all aspects are integrated to manke man a whole being.
  • PHILOSOPHY OF HATHA AND RAJA YOGA: The yoga which synchronize the body with the breath and that teaches how we can “establish” ourselves with in is the hatha yoga. Learn the eight paths followed in Hatha philosophy to attain the equilibrium and balance inside and outside. In Raja Yoga, the first necessity of a useful philosophy is that it should try to relate to human life. The philosophy throws some light on the human condition and how to raise mankind above suffering and pain.

    • Principles, Techniques and stages of Meditation

    • Theory of Yoga Nidra (Psychic sleep)

    • Theory of Kaya-Sthairyam (Technique to steady Body-Mind complex)

    • Theory of Antar Mouna (Mindfulness of thoughts)

    • Theory of Ajapa Japa (A spontaneous meditation on mantra)

    • Theory of Trataka(One-pointed concentration on Flame)

    • Principles, Techniques and stages of Meditation

    • Theory of Antarakasha(Meditation on Inner space) and Chidakasha Dharana (Techniques of inner visualization)

    • Theory of Hridyakasha Dharana (A technique to harmonize Heart centre)

    • Theory of Dehrakasha(Inner concentration on Psychic space)

    • Theory of Pancha Tattwa Dharana (Meditation on Five elements)

    • Theory of Chakra Dharana (Meditation on the quality and expressions of chakra energies)


    • Kaya-Sthairyam (Technique to steady Body-Mind complex)

    • Yoga Nidra (Psychic sleep)

    • Ajapa Japa (A spontaneous meditation on mantra)

    • Antar Mouna (Mindfulness of thoughts)

    • Trataka (One-pointed concentration on Flame)

    • Antarakasha Dharana (Meditation on Inner space)

    • Chidakasha Dharana (Technique of inner visualization)

    • Hridyakasha Dharana (A technique to harmonize Heart centre)

    • Chakra Shuddhi (Awareness of Chakras with Mantra)

    • Dehrakasha Dharana (Inner concentration on Psychic space)

    • Pancha Tattwa Dharana A and B(Meditation on Five elements)

    • Chakra Dharana A and B (Meditation on the quality and expressions of Chakra Energies)