Want to Deepen your meditation experience? Effortlessly?
Introducing Sahaj Samadhi:
- Experience Deep Inner Peace—the State of Samadhi
- Increase Self-Awareness, Clarity and Creativity
- Personalized Instruction + Group Sessions
Dates: March 30 - April 1, 2018
Timings: Fri: 7 - 10pm; Sat, Sun: 10am - 12.30pm
Venue: Ohio Union at The Ohio State University
Fee: OSU Student $150.00, Regular: $395, OSU Faculty/Staff: $250.00
How Can Something Effortless Be So Effective?
Though it involves no effort, this ancient and rare type of meditation brings a profound effect.
Commonly reported benefits include:
- Mental Clarity
- Increased Energy
- Better Physical Health
- Improved Relationships
- Deeper Meditation Experience
- Greater Peace of Mind
Sahaj Samadhi: Connecting to the Source
The Sahaj Samadhi Meditation Course trains your conscious mind to experience the silent depths of its own nature. In Sanskrit, Sahaj means effortless. Samadhi is meditation - a natural state beyond waking, sleeping and dreaming that is an unlimited reservoir of energy, intelligence and creative power and a place of infinite peace and tranquility.
In Sahaj, both mind and body relax into a state of deep and profound restfulness in which deeply rooted stresses dissolve and the experience of the infinity is unfolded. Anyone can learn, and become fully proficient, in just a few hours of training. The benefits are immediate, tangible, and cumulative, and the practice itself is relaxing and enjoyable.
How Is It Different from Mindfulness, Concentration or Guided Meditation?
Unlike guided meditation, Sahaj Samadhi does not require accessories, nor any guidance once learned. And, generally, it takes you to a much quieter and deeper place as well. It does not require controlling the mind like concentration meditations, nor does it require vigilant observation of thoughts and emotion like mindfulness meditation. Thus, it has been found to be easier and quicker to learn than mindfulness or concentration which require mental effort and take a longer time to master.
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
World-Renowned Humanitarian and Spiritual Leader
Sri Sri describes how Sahaj Samadhi Meditation is a rare combination of simplicity with depth, and how meditation has been passed down by a series of teachers for thousands of years, maintaining its authenticity while becoming much more accessible.