Vedic Meditation: Experience the Power

Weekly Vedic Meditation Group Sits with Nathalie Keiller

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Join Nathalie for Weekly vedic classes online (aka Nathalie’s Meditation Club) designed to help both novices and seasoned meditators reap the numerous benefits of Vedic Meditation (aka Deep Meditation). Each 45-minute session allows you to address your questions and experiences while fostering a supportive group environment. Additionally, each class includes a 20-minute guided Vedic meditation practice, allowing you to immerse yourself in the transformative power of Deep Meditation fully.

Whether new to meditation or looking to deepen your existing practice, Nathalie’s Weekly Vedic Deep Meditation Sits provide the guidance and community necessary for an enriching experience. Take advantage of this opportunity to cultivate well-being, personal growth, and a greater appreciation for all aspects of life through the ancient and effective practice of Vedic Meditation.

Nathalie’s Weekly Meditation Classes End on December 18, 2023

Discover the Power of Vedic Meditation

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Guided Online Vedic Meditation Clasees offers a quick and effective way to build your daily practice and enjoy its numerous benefits. This ancient yet ideally suited technique for today’s fast-paced lifestyle provides a natural and spontaneous method for deep meditation.

Vedic Meditation classes allows the mind to effortlessly dive into its source, pure consciousness, infusing infinite creative intelligence into daily activities. You will reap physical and mental rewards through consistent practice in your relationships, work, and studies. Anyone can learn Vedic Meditation and experience well-being from the very beginning.

Benefits of Meditation

Yoga Teacher Training - Nathalie Keiller. Benefits of Vedic Mediation

Scientifically backed, Vedic Meditation (Deep Meditation) can reprogram neural pathways, offering short and long-term benefits from daily practice, such as:

  • Stress and pain reduction
  • Reduced anxiety and depression
  • Decreased risk of cardiovascular disease
  • Improved sleep quality
  • Enhanced cognition
  • Increased creativity
  • Longer, healthier life
  • Boosted memory and perception
  • Better emotional regulation
  • Reduced cigarette smoking and substance abuse

The Ideal Technique for Effortless Meditation

Nathalie Keiller doing a side Plank in a yoga studio asana at home. Picture taken for the Yoga Schedule

Vedic Meditation (Deep Meditation) is an accessible and natural method that doesn’t require control of the mind or manipulation of awareness. Regardless of beliefs, background, or experience, anyone can learn, practice, and benefit significantly from this technique. Meditation is about being in the present moment, not about doing.

This approach enables the mind to experience subtler thought levels reaching the deepest awareness level, transcending the waking state. As a result, the nervous system gains profound rest, expanding awareness and promoting harmony between body, mind, and heart.

Vedic Meditation’s primary purpose is to nurture spiritual growth, enabling you to embrace all life aspects fully. In addition, the practice offers a range of interrelated benefits, such as reduced stress and anxiety, improved sleep patterns, enhanced immune system function, increased energy levels, slower biological aging, and a heightened appreciation for peaceful living.

Nathalie’s Vedic classes online offers you the opportunity to experience this effortless meditation.

Experience the Benefits of Vedic Meditation Today

Practicing vedic classes online effortlessly helps eliminate accumulated tensions in the nervous system while rekindling the vital energy source at the origin of thought and life.

From the first guided Vedic Meditation session, practitioners begin to experience the benefits of pure awareness, which then permeates all physical, psychological, behavioural, and social aspects of their lives.

Interested in Vedic Meditation Training?

Meditation Revealed is a recorded online meditation course that will examine what meditation is, why we do it and how to do it from various viewpoints: Eastern Yogic and Buddhist views to Western Philosophy and Psychotherapy. In addition, the course includes training in Vedic Meditation (Deep Meditation) to give the student an experiential basis for practicing meditation.

Hosted by Nathalie Keiller and Bernie Clark, the online meditation course is open to all students regardless of whether they have never meditated before or already have a regular practice, even if it is not in the Vedic Meditation tradition.

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