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3rd IMPC Lecture: Introduction Of Preksha Meditation

Published: 15.01.2005
Updated: 02.07.2015

International Preksha Meditation Camp

1. Objectives of Preksha Meditation

  • To enhance the power of concentration
  • To live in the moment of divine bliss realizing boundless energy
  • To pacify negative emotions and attain peace
  • To attain physical, mental and emotional health
  • To transform and transmute nature and behaviour
  • Purification of consciousness
  • To know the ultimate truth
  • To keep a balance between action and inaction

2. Meaning of Preksha Meditation

  • Preksha:
    To perceive profoundly without the feelings of attachment and hatred
    To go beyond mind
    To be in the moment of divine bliss
  • Meditation:
    Abstinence of mental, vocal and physical activities
    Focusing the mind on any object

3. Metaphysical Basis of Preksha Meditation

  • There is bondage
  • There are causes of bondage
  • There is freedom
  • There are ways of attaining freedom

4. Elements of Preksha Meditation

  • Kayotsarg - Total relaxation with self awareness
  • Antaryatra - Internal journey
  • Svash Preksha - Perception of long breathing
  • Sharir Preksha - Perception of body
  • Chaitanya Kendra Preksha - Perception of psychic centres
  • Leshya Dhyan - Perception of psychic colours
  • Anupreksha & Bhavana - Contemplation & auto suggestion
  • Asana & Pranayam - Postures and control of breath
  • Dhvani & Mudra - Healing sound & hand postures

5. Scientific Basis of Preksha Meditation

  • Neuro-endocrine system regulates and governs human's actions
  • Emotions and hormones responsible for good and bad activities
  • Subconscious mind controls human behaviour
  • Innate mechanism describes human personality

6. Special Features of Preksha Meditation

  • Easy to learn and practice
  • Scientific and systematic training
  • Formulated for all age groups
  • Holistic approach
  • Approved by scientific experiments
  • Propounded by H.H. Acharya Mahaprajna

7. Benefits and Outcome of Preksha Meditation

  • Physical:
    Bio chemical changes
    Strengthens immune system
    Sustains optimal health
    Removes tension
    Revitalizes body cells
    Improves respiration and flow of vital energy
  • Mental:
    Improves mental balance
    Increases memory, concentration and decision power
    Develops patience and tolerance power
    Cleans and relaxes the mind
    Enhances will power and builds self confidence
  • Emotional:
    Transformation of negative emotions into positive
    Removal of psychological distortions
  • Behavioural:
    Increases working efficiency, creativity, detachment and good qualities
    Change of habits and attitudes

8. Practice of Preksha Meditation

  • Time: Before sunrise, half an hour before and one and a half hour after intake of food
  • Duration: 10 to 45 minutes
  • Location: Clean, pollution free environment in solitude
  • Body Posture: Lotus, half lotus or crossed legs
  • Hand Posture: Gyan posture or Jin posture
  • Sounds Chanting: Mahaprana (humming sound), Arham, Om
  • Aphorism: Sampikkhaye - appagamappayenam: see yourself through yourself
  • Resolution: I am practicing P.M for the purification of my consciousness
  • Steps:
    • Kayotsarg - Relaxation of body by auto suggestion
    • Antaryatra - Inner journey inside the spinal cord
    • Svash Preksha - Long and rhythmic breathing
    • Jyoti Kendra Preksha - Visualization of white colour at the centre of enlightenment
    • Contemplation - Pacifying of emotions, development of tolerance power
  • Conclusion: Vande Sachham – Bowing down to truth

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