Guided Meditation

Guided Meditation sessions are available every Monday at 6 p.m. UK time. These sessions provide an opportunity to delve into the realm of inner spaciousness—an interdimensional gateway leading to higher realms. The meditation practice is designed to achieve a tranquil state of mind and detach from thoughts, while allowing emotions to be acknowledged and observed. This process aids in the transformation of stored vibrations within the body, leading to a state of liberation.

Octavia Vasile leads the guided meditation, drawing inspiration from the teachings of Advaita Vedanta, particularly those of Ramana Maharshi, the revered Indian saint of Arunachala. This invitation is extended to all interested individuals, and participation in the meditation is both complimentary and recurring on a weekly basis. To take part, kindly complete the registration process by sending an email, which will enable you to receive the session link.

Ramana Maharshi succinctly captures the essence of this journey: “Attempting to reshape the world without first discovering one’s authentic self is akin to covering the entire world in leather to evade the discomfort of walking upon stones and thorns. The simpler path is to wear shoes.”

Your presence and participation are warmly welcomed.

About meditation

Advaita Vedanta is a profound and ancient philosophy that originates from the Indian subcontinent. Rooted in the Vedic scriptures, it is a school of thought within Hinduism that explores the nature of reality, consciousness, and the self. “Advaita” translates to “non-dual” in Sanskrit, reflecting the central principle of the philosophy.

At its core, Advaita Vedanta posits that the ultimate reality is a single, indivisible, and unchanging entity, often referred to as Brahman. This concept challenges the ordinary perception of multiplicity and duality in the world. It asserts that the perceived diversity of the world is an illusion (maya) and that the true nature of existence is a seamless unity.

Prominent historical figures associated with Advaita Vedanta include Adi Shankaracharya, who systematized the philosophy around the 8th century CE, and Ramana Maharshi, who popularized its teachings in the modern era.

Advaita Vedanta’s profound exploration of the nature of reality and consciousness continues to influence spiritual seekers, philosophers, and practitioners worldwide, offering insights into the unity underlying the apparent diversity of existence.