The word “Meditation” is used to describe a number of different uses of the mind, from contemplation and concentration to devotion and chanting. It may probably be derived from the same root as the Latin word “Mederi” meaning “to heal”. Meditation can certainly be looked on as a healing process, emotionally, mentally, and physically too.

The meditative state is the highest state of existence. It is indispensable for the spiritual life as breathing is for the physical. Devoid of meditation, one is like a blind man in a world of light and color and loveliness.

Meditation is referred as:

A trainmg of conscious and the exercise of awareness

A mental process in which thinking and intuitive perceptions take place A process of re-discovering, enjoying and using the positive qualities alread latent within us

A method of self-realization

A systematic practice of mastering one’s own mind

A practice that awakens the latent faculties of mind and channel the thoughts A practice that channels the mind in a positive direction A practice that enables one to go beyond the five senses and to experi, ne clairvoyance and clairaudience

Normal Mind

Concentrating Mind



In Indian scriptures the sacred syllable Om is the primordial sound from which all other sounds and creation emerge which signifies the Supreme Power.

Om Meditation

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Chakra meditation is subdivided into several spheres, most notably the Chakra balancing meditation and the Chakra healing meditation.


Japa (Sanskrit: जप) is the meditative repetition of a mantra or a divine name. It is a practice found in Hinduism, Jainism,Sikhism,Buddhism, and Shintōism.


Many people find the use of mantras (repeated words or phrases) to be a great benefit, and there are well-established schools promoting this system.