Meditate with the Himalayan Masters by Swami Veda Bharati with Paul R. Scheele

Meditate with the Himalayan Masters FAQ

What does the course include?

  • An introduction CD with Paul Scheele interviewing Swami Veda Bharati
  • Four CDs with progressively deeper meditations
  • Seven profound 3-minute meditations
  • Course manual

How long are the meditations?

These meditations generate harmony from within, and give you a simple effective practice that you can use in just 3 minutes. That means you can do the meditations between appointments, while on a break at work, or anytime you need a supportive state of mind.

What exactly is it that I’m supposed to do while listening?

Do nothing, don’t make an effort. Simply listen, that is all. The sound will do some of the work; the voice will do some of the work. Do not ask yourself, “Am I doing it right, am I experiencing what I’m supposed to experience?”

How does this course work?

Begin by listening to your introductory audio session to learn about the Himalayan Yoga Tradition and what to expect from this program. Each of the 4 audios includes a 30-minute meditation that anchors a profoundly deep state of meditation; mentally, emotionally, and physically. Then, the meditation is immediately followed by a 3-minute version that instantly elicits the exact same deep state. Throughout your day, every 2 to 3 hours, you simply reconnect to the deepest meditative state you experienced earlier. You either listen to Swami Veda guiding the short version meditation or do the 3-minute process by yourself.

What kind of results can I anticipate?

Results will vary from person to person and depending on commitment to the program. Inner peace, mental and emotional well-being, and physical balance have been experienced by many who work with the meditations.

Are there ways to know with certainty that what we’re doing is correct as we do these meditations on our own?

Take this practice just like you take to sleeping at night. Just enjoy the pleasure. It will replenish you.

What should my posture be like during the meditations?

Sit with your head, neck, and trunk straight. Your shoulders and knees should be balanced. Do not try to go into the lotus posture on the first day. You may even sit on a flat or straight-back chair, and it is always helpful to put a little firm cushion under the hips. This changes your center of gravity and helps you to keep your spine in that slight S-curve, which is the sign of a straight spine.

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