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Private classes, meditation, pranayama as well as personalized retreats may be arranged on request.
There are so many meditation centres in all over the world. Most of them are in Asian countries like Sri Lanka, Thailand, India etc. some foreignerface lot of problem because of language and when it comes to translate to English. Some are not in position to understand real mean because of language problem.
Meditation is to identify, propagate and develop the good spiritual qualities and abilities within us. Those good spiritual abilities and qualities help us to live happily and peacefully and to guide others to do so as well. We have to be properly trained for this. Meditation does not happen automatically. You have to be trained with effort.
There are three steps for this. First one is to know, we should be able to differentiate between what should be done and what should be avoided. This is what is called ‘Pajanathi’ in Pali language. The Sathipattana Sutta which is considered as the hand book for meditation and used by almost everybody for meditation is structured in this manner.
The first step in that is ‘pajanathi’ – to know. We should know what is to be done. Therefore by a meditation class or a meditation retreat, the first thing to be considered is what is meditation? Why should we meditate? How should we meditate? We should know all these. To know is an acquired knowledge may be from a book or a teacher. Without that basic knowledge and background, the totality of meditation would neither be achieved by anybody nor could anybody meditate properly. May be, you could learn a small aspect of meditation and continue on that, but that will not give you the enormous benefits that could be derived from Buddhist meditation and the transformation within, will not happen
Ayurvedic cooking is a quick, effortless technique of cooking food that retains the life in the food, with a unique fresh taste and texture. The food satisfies the five senses and satiates hunger while allowing the mind and body to experience natural lightness and calmness. The food retains the nutrition and natural flavors present in your every day ingredients. There is no special ingredient and it utilizes your modern kitchen with minimum works.
The course is build on the salient principles of ancient Ayurveda nutrition that includeshealing, prevention and health care along with optimized use of modern day nutrition and dietary requirements. It dwells on the basics of Ayurveda and Ayurvedic nutrition, and eating the right type of food at the right time based on individual body types. Ayurveda does not recommend any type of dieting, or skipping of meals. Rather, it encourages a wholesome, timely meal that will naturally reduce excess body weight or build mass in the right way for those who need, without any special effort.