A guided meditation programme along with a review of the YSS meditation techniques was conducted by a YSS sannyasi in Bengali on Sunday, July 11, 2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. (IST).
The two-hour online programme was open to YSS/SRF Lessons students and included a review of the Hong-Sau Technique of Concentration, Aum Technique of Meditation, and a guided meditation by a YSS sannyasi in Bengali.
Review of Hong-Sau Technique
This ancient and powerful technique of Hong-Sau helps to develop the mind’s latent powers of concentration. Through regular practice one learns to withdraw thought and energy from outward distractions so that they may be focused on any goal to be achieved or problem to be solved. Or one may direct the concentrated attention that results from successful practice toward realizing the Divine Consciousness within.
Review of Aum Technique
Once the student has learned, through the practice of the Hong-Sau Technique, to relax the body and focus the mind, this advanced Aum Technique of Meditation expands the awareness beyond limitations of body and mind to the joyous realization of one’s infinite potential.
Prepare for the Programme
We suggest that you prepare yourself by reading the Yogoda Satsanga Lessons on meditation techniques ahead of attending the technique review class.
You may find it helpful to keep your arm rest and asana handy for these classes.
YSS/SRF Lessons students should login into the Sangam portal ahead of time and double-check that they are able to access the Meditation Techniques Review Programme page.
YSS devotees may call us at (0651) 6655 555 or submit queries here.
SRF devotees may submit queries to the SRF Online Meditation Center for technical support or call +1 (760) 417-6080. (Please note: long distance charges apply.)