To get started in meditative practice, Sesha recommends:
1.- Read the book carefully: Meditation, Theory and Practice. You should give yourself enough time to analyze it and conclude the following topics:
Clearly differentiates Internal from External meditation.
Note that Internal practice initially evicts all mental objects or content.
Notice that External practice initially dislodges the subject from perception.
Carefully analyze the concept of Present; This will help you to position yourself correctly in your personal exercise.
2.- Advaita meditation is based on the concept of Attention. Attention, firmly sustained in the classroom environment, modifies the cognitive paradigm.
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Canons of Advaita Meditation
3.- Sit in a comfortable and calm place (without the position can induce sleep), close your eyes and attend to the inner world, recognize yourself; attend to your own capacity to remain attentive, experience your own existence in a live way.
4.- Dedicate, if possible, 25 or 30 minutes each day; If not, find the time you can, without forcing yourself on it.
5.- In everyday life, and this is very important, you must be constantly attentive to every face-to-face detail that life shows you. Continually project your attention to objects of sensation (objects perceived with the senses) and ride with attention attentively but effortlessly, similar to when you spontaneously focus on anything you do on a daily basis.
6.- If you want more clarification about your practice, you can attend any of the meditation seminars that Sesha offers in different cities, in order for you to learn “in situ” and to clarify and experience the Present Cognitive.
For millennia, each tradition has perfected its teachings. Vedanta Advaita has an antiquity dating back to the interpretation of the earliest sacred texts in the Hindu tradition. Sesha has taken up the ancient knowledge of meditation, adapting it simply to current thinking. Advaita meditation, thanks to its depth, offers an important contribution to well-known practices such as Vipassana, Buddhism, Zen, Mindfulness or even yoga or martial arts.
Advaita meditation does not confront any other meditative system, on the contrary, it completes and integrates it, making various contributions without the practitioner having to renounce the meditative method that he has previously chosen. Advaita maintains its theoretical condition in a cognitive approach and does not develop moral approaches based on some kind of ritual, which is why its teaching does not contradict the practices that other traditions carry out.
Advaita Meditation Benefits
- It allows you to be completely attentive to the actions that we carry out daily.
- Greater understanding of the cognitive processes that take place in the mind.
- Improves the assertiveness of people, helping to make better decisions.
- Improves the performance and efficiency of the practitioner in any activity they do.
- Strengthens and relaxes the nervous system, reducing the stress that normally accompanies the action.