Optimizing Your Meditation Practice

Optimizing Your Meditation Practice

Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD | December 15, 2019

Year Long Meditation

Meditation is the way to unfold our true potential and discover ourselves on every level. It transforms us into better human beings and helps us change the world for the better. As we are all limited in our time and energy, how can we optimize our meditation so that we are getting the most of what it has to offer? And how can we take our practice to the next level?

In this livestream with Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, learn time-tested, practical advice on how we can enhance our meditation, whether we are new practitioners or long-time meditators.

Topics include:

  • The tantric approach to meditation
  • The relationship between mantra and pranic awareness, and how both can take our meditation to the next level
  • The way our personal practice both strengthens and is strengthened by group meditation
  • Signs that we are making progress in our meditation
  • Specific practices that can intensify our meditation (e.g., meditation on a particular chakra; or a purashcharana)
  • Practices for when our mind starts to rebel during meditation
  • Strategy for moving forward when we feel our practice is stuck in a rut
  • The best way to make our 10, 20, or 30 minutes of meditation really count

Join us on Sunday, December 15, 2019, at 3 p.m. EDT, to find inspiration and support for your meditation practice.

About the Presenter

Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD

Spiritual head of the Himalayan Institute, Pandit Tigunait is the successor of Swami Rama of the Himalayas. Lecturing and teaching worldwide for more than a quarter of a century, he is the author of 17 books, including his recently released Vishoka Meditation: The Yoga of Inner Radiance, and his autobiography Touched by Fire: The Ongoing Journey of a Spiritual Seeker. Pandit Tigunait holds two doctorates: one in Sanskrit from the University of Allahabad in India, and another in Oriental Studies from the University of Pennsylvania. Family tradition gave Pandit Tigunait access to a vast range of spiritual wisdom preserved in both the written and oral traditions. Before meeting his master, Pandit Tigunait studied Sanskrit, the language of the ancient scriptures of India, as well as the languages of the Buddhist, Jaina, and Zoroastrian traditions. In 1976, Swami Rama ordained Pandit Tigunait into the 5,000-year-old lineage of the Himalayan Masters.