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Primordial Sound Meditation

What is Primordial Sound Meditation?

Primordial Sound Meditation is a meditation technique originating in the ancient wisdom of India. Primordial Sounds—the basic, most essential sounds of nature—are used to disconnect us from the activity of life. These individually selected sounds, known as mantras, are based on the vibration the universe was making at the moment of your birth.

Once your Primordial Sound mantra has been determined, you will be taught how to use it on a daily basis to reawaken balance, tranquility and compassion within, and how to integrate this practice into your daily routine.

How do I learn Primordial Sound Meditation?

Primordial Sound Meditation is easily learned in two sessions, taking place on separate days.

In Session One you will be introduced to the basic principles of meditation; it’s history and the importance of your mantra.   Then you will receive personal instruction in your Primordial Sound mantra and learn how to use it. You will try meditation for the first time using your own personal Primordial Sound mantra.

In Session Two you will learn the practical aspects of meditation, share your experience, receive answers to any questions, and meditate with your instructor.  Then you will watch a video in which Deepak Chopra explains about the higher states of consciousness that can be achieved with regular Primordial Sound Meditation practice.  You will also meditate with your instructor as well as any other participants on your course.

Primordial Sound Meditation is recommended for anyone who wishes to enjoy deeper peace, greater freedom and mastery of life.

How do I get started?

I teach one-to-one courses in Westport, Co. Mayo (Ireland), or online.  I can also teach a group of up to three people online.

Fees:

1 person: €200

2 people: €125 per person

3 people: €100 per person

For queries or to make a booking, please contact me here.

To find an instructor in another part of the world visit choprateachers.com

 

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