When you combine the right meditation practices with uncorrupted knowledge, meditation can achieve far more than stress release, or simply support the forming of a more balanced life. The meditation practices of the Arka’Vamsha Parampara, the timeless Amartya Tradition, are meant to be an advanced ascending path to enlightenment, which anyone can easily learn.
In this weekend course you have the opportunity to dive into the meditation science of the Amartya Tradition and Aaravindha Himadra. Meditation is a living art that can be deeply life changing. The meditation practices of the Arka’Vamsha Parampara, the timeless Amartya Tradition, are meant to be an advanced ascending path to enlightenment and Aiyanna says she has come to realise through her own journey that these practices quickly deepen and refine, eventually opening one to receive a fountain of bliss, spiritual nourishment, and inspiration.
The Pavanas (our most sacred and core meditation techniques) empower a very real spiritual development and actualized freedom, which involves all aspects of one’s life. Lifetimes of unresolved attachments and aversions— you could call those “karma” —that haven’t yet become realizations can be effortlessly transformed into valuable aspects of wisdom in a relatively short period of time.
Allow Aiyanna to introduce you to the subtleties that make meditation an effortless and fulfilling experience and share with you the unrivaled knowledge of the meditation practices that are apart of the Amartya tradition. This course will provide an ideal means to prepare you for the more advanced Pavana meditations. Directly after this course, you will be given the opportunity to be initiated into the Surah’Bhas Kriya. The Surah’Bhas Kriya is on its own one of the most powerful forms of Kriya mediation available to date. It will also set the ground for beginning the sacred Pavana series, provided enough right knowledge and understanding has been achieved.
This meditation seminar is suitable for most all beginners, as well as people who are already well advanced in other forms of previously learned meditation practices.