Meditation is a scientific technique. It is the highest spiritual practise. The scriptures constantly emphasise the importance of preparatory disciplines before meditation. Your mind must be purified before you reach the seat of meditation.
You need a powerful intellect to keep your mind focused on your present action, not allowing it to slip into the past or future. You then become more efficient and productive in your field of activity.
The trend of meditation has swept the world. None seem to realise that meditation requires specialised training and knowledge. The true spiritual path is a scientific and methodical process.
Beyond simple stretches and exercise. Yoga is a way of life, leading one to the realisation of their true identity – a union with the inner Self. Acquire the skills to programme a joyful and meaningful life.
Slow and Steady
An ill-prepared mind plunging into meditation could be harmful. You cannot force the mind to change suddenly. The mind has to be prepared for the final stage of meditation. Preparation, patience and perseverance are qualities a spiritual seeker should imbibe.
Control the restless mind and prepare yourself for meditation.
Sunandaji has been studying and researching Vedanta, the ancient philosophy of India for over three decades. Her clear and powerful presentation of the Bhagavad Gita in contemporary thought has been acclaimed in India and abroad. Sunandaji has also addressed prestigious corporate organisations and universities worldwide on the practical application of Vedanta in daily life.
The Centre for the Book is a national monument. Housed in a historic Edwardian building, it was opened as the University of Good Hope's headquarters. It now serves as an annexe of the National Library.
The gorgeous domed atrium of the central reading room is the venue for concerts, ceremonies and lectures.