To begin classes in Primordial Sound Meditation, you must pay your deposit and send me the completed form found below. This form includes specific information required to obtain your individual personal primordial sound. Please email or mail the form to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Primordial Sound Meditation Workshop requires either the $100 non-refundable deposit or to receive this discounted offer of $275 (a $100 discount), you must pay in full at the time of registration.
Registration must include your name, birthday (month, day, and year), time of birth, and place of birth in order to obtain your personal mantra.
Further discounts are available for seniors, active duty military, Native Americans, students, and individuals with terminal illnesses such as cancer. Please call for eligibility verification.
“Meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet. It's a way of entering into the quiet that's already there.” ~ Deepak Chopra
Primordial Sound Meditation is a powerful meditation technique based on the ancient Vedic tradition of sound healing. Primordial Sound Meditation is an effortless, gentle practice that will help you let go of stress and tap into higher states of consciousness and well-being.
When you learn Primordial Sound Meditation, you receive your personal mantra, which is a specific sound or vibration that you repeat silently to yourself during meditation. Your Primordial Sound mantra is the vibration the universe was creating at the time and place of your birth, and it is calculated following Vedic mathematic formulas.
When you repeat your personal mantra in meditation, it creates a vibration that helps you slip into the space between your thoughts. You go beyond the mental prison of thoughts and conditioning into the pure silence of consciousness that is sometimes called “the gap.”
Why Is Silent Awareness So Valuable?
Most of the time, the mind is absorbed in a myriad of thoughts, resentments, fantasies, unfulfilled hopes, and vague dreams. As the Ayurvedic masters diagnosed it thousands of years ago, each of us is the victim of memory, controlled by the habitual internal dialogue going on inside.
Behind the screen of our internal dialogue, however, there is something entirely different: the silence of a mind that is not imprisoned by the past. This silence is the birthplace of happiness. It’s the source of your bursts of inspiration, your sense of love, and your tender feelings of compassion and wonder. These delicate emotions are usually drowned out by the roar of your internal dialogue, but emerge more clearly when you spend regular periods in silence and meditation.