Vedic meditation is the most powerful technique we know of for helping with key disorders and dependancies.
However, for those who want to fast track the transition process, we are one of a very small number of teachers who have access to special techniques that can be supplemented to the daily practice of meditation to support you in your journey.
These techniques are extremely profound and are designed to alleviate the symptoms of conditions that are governed by the hard-wiring of the brain to react, think and percieve in a certain way.
When combined with a regular practise, these techniques have the ability to enable someone to dissolve the programming which is at the root of the problem.
They can also be used tactically to overcome the issue when they feel most acute.
The regular practice of Vedic meditation for at least four months is a prerequisite to learning these special techniques.
*If you wish to make significant progression within the first four months, then we wholeheartedly recommend a retreat, which is an incredibly powerful way for you to overcome your situation.
The core practise of Vedic meditation has been shown to reduce sleeping disorders by 42%, and to significantly improve sleep quality. In our experience, the percentage of people experiencing relief is much higher.
However, in some cases, the imporvements take some time, whether it be because of lifestyle issues or particular quirks about that persons case history.
Whatever it may be, we have been trained in a technique you can use whenever you wake up which helps get you back to sleep in a very short timeframe.
If you have, or have had, dependency issues with alcohol, we have a technique which you do for five minutes at the end of your meditation which will help diminish the urges you feel to use alcohol to get through your day.
In combination with the meditation, its a powerful way of supporting your recovery, and it can also be used to stave of them urges when they strike. You could be in the middle of your day, and that old feeling comes back, and you feel it may overwhelm you.
All you need do, is sit down for five minutes and practise this special technique, and the craving will go away.
Smoking is renowned for being one of the hardest addictions to give up. Whilst 81% of people reduce their intake or quit entirely within the first two years of practise, and others give up straight away (or after having attended a retreat), some people find it takes a little while.
If you’d like to speed up your progress, and save your health and your weekly fag spend, then come and learn the special technique for smoking which will help you achieve the following:
- By bolting it onto your meditation, it will reduce your craving for cigarettes
- it will trigger some major detoxification of your mouth and throat, helping your revitalise your sense of taste and helping you tune into consumption patterns that are more natural to you.
- Will give you a tactical tool to use for 3-5 minutes which will help you overcome the addictive urge to light up, whenever it comes.
Vedic meditation is by far and away the most effective technique for anxiety, as discovered by researchers at Harvard.
But for those with whom it is really strongly ingrained, there is always the possibility to boost your recovery from the core symptoms of anxiety by doing a special technique within your meditation and for a few minutes afterwards. This will accelerate your recovery from anxiety and its also a great tactical tool that can be used whenever your find yourself needlessly worrying about stuff.
Its a superb compliment to the core practise and can be undertaken when you’ve been meditating twice a day for four months.
There are varying degrees of depression, some of which can be very severe, and some cases involve years and years of suffering.
Vedic meditation can be very powerful at reducing symptoms, and in many cases, proves to be enough to provide long term relief.
For those who find their symptoms waning more slowly, and who would like to take more proactive action to relieve themselves of the symptoms, there is a specific technique one can use with the meditation to boost the anti-depressive effects of it, and also an ad hoc tool you can use as soon as you feel the clouds are coming. It will help disperse the impending gloom and keep you more stable.
The effects of Vedic meditation on narcotics dependancy, even multiple narcotic abuse, is truly profound.
But of course, the addictive urges can be suitably strong and ingrained that it takes time for the cumulative effects of the meditation to provide you with the highest chances of recovery (45% reduction in recidivism rates in the first 12 months, 89% reduction after 18 months).
We have techniques that are particularly good for helping relieve the need for drugs that are taken through the mouth (smoking or otherwise), and these techniques also appear to have relevancy for narcotics consumed through the nose. When combined with the meditation practise, it appears to amplify the progressive effects of your daily practise and give you a little more capability to not be consumed with cravings.
Please note that if your substance of choice does not fit into the above categories, then we thoroughly recommend you come on a retreat at the ealriest opportunity.
Indeed, for those who are serious about their recovery, or have a need to address the issue in the first four months of practise, it realy would be wise to get yourself on a retreat and enjoy the cleansing and detoxifying effects of a powerful weekend of meditation in the countryside.
Whilst Vedic meditation has been shown to reduce the symptoms of pain by an average of 45-50% in the first five months, there can still be some way to go, and this of course takes time.
But chronic pain can be so distracting, that most people wish to see it off completely. To help with this, we have learned a special technique that you utilise alongside the meditation to help reduce symptoms more quickly, and also to help alleviate the pain when it flairs up.
It is incredibly useful and can be made to be even more fast acting when learned in tandem with the technique we teach on retreats.
There are many complex reasons why we develop eating disorders, and in many cases they display the hallmark of addictive tendencies and patterns which can be very difficult to break.
Naturally the person has to want to overcome the disorder first and foremost. And having taken that decisive first step, a very strong option is to learn Vedic meditation.
Thereafter, to catalyse greater progression and to help alleviate those strong desires to resort back to the old patterning, we have a range of special techniques which we can apply to each individual to help them achieved sustained recovery from their particular disorder.