Meditation is the first step on the Path of Kriya Yoga. Meditation is listening. It is going back to your own center. ” Meditation will enable you to return to the peace you seek, at the center of your being.” -Swami Kriyananda, Meditation for Starters
Learn to Meditate Class
with Nancy Karpani Rakela and Scott Phillips.
Both Nancy and Scott have been with Ananda Berkeley for over 25 years. They will help you learn how to meditate and get started with a regular meditation practice.
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Cost $35, including Lessons in Meditation by Jyotish Novak
Meditation is one of the most natural and most rewarding of all human activities. Practiced on a daily basis it produces astonishing results on all levels of your being: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. It connects you with your own inner powers of vitality, clarity, and love. When done deeply, it also gives you an expanded sense of connection with life and an experience of profound joy. -Jyotish Novak
This course offers techniques in the Path of Kriya Yoga brought to the US by Yogananda. The Hong-Sau technique will help you develop one pointed concentration and feel more peaceful. You will also learn:
- How to still the restless mind,
- The importance of sitting comfortably for meditation,
- The mind-breath connection for focus and relaxation,
- How to bring the experience of meditation into daily life.
Weekly Group Meditations:
Tuesday Morning Meditation 7:00-8:45 am every week
Tuesday Evening Yoga & Meditation 7-8:00 pm every week
Come join us for energization exercises, (energy control exercises), chanting, meditation and healing prayers. Practice the techniques that you learned in your class and develop more inner peace by meditating with others who have meditated for many years.
Monthly Guided Kriya Yoga* Meditation
8-10:00 am Saturday, January 18th.
*Note: If you have not been initiated into the Kriya Yoga technique, you may come for the last hour from 9:00 am-10:00 am. For Kriyabans, please enter and exit quietly if you are not staying for the entire meditation.