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Meditate With Enlightened Circle

Meditation practice dates approximately 1500 BC years. It has been an integral part of the earliest forms of Vedas, Upanishad, Buddhism, Greek philosophy, Sufism, Christian Mysticism, Sikhism, and the modern western world now.
As per Hindu Vedas, “Dhyana” refers to deep thought, consideration, enlightenment, and transcendental concentration.” Buddhism talks about the purification of the mind and the attainment of Nirvana. Christianity emphasizes God that creates a sense of union with God, or the contemplation of religious themes. “Chardi Kala” is a concept in Sikhism that refers to a mental state of optimism and joy. All the Gurus and teachers have stressed awakening the dormant powers of mind in various philosophies. Meditation bestows us with a vision where everything falls in the right place.
Meditation for the modern world is an art of complete acceptance – doing nothing whatever your experience is and letting go to relax into your true nature. It is a peak state where one is fully aware, thoughts, and bodies are entirely static. And, the mind is quiet. Detachment from worldly affairs to achieve stillness and peace. Serenity from the thoughts and peace from the daily noise of events.
It is deeper than the deepest sleep that you can ever have. When the mind becomes free from struggling, it is calm and serene; meditation happens.
The key is to surrender the ‘me’ as a mind, body, or thoughts. There is no other way to enlightenment. It is already within you. You have to acknowledge and right this moment, surrender and dissolve to your consciousness.
The enlightened circle promises to help you change your life for the better, calm mind, right concentration, clarity of perception, handling relationships, an unshakable inner strength, the ability to connect to an internal source of energy. With consistent practice, awaken your “chakras,” wheel-like energy that centers your spiritual body, and you will see a change in how you relate and view your current life circumstances. Whether you are a beginner or already on a path to a stress-free life, we can guide you to reach your maximum potential!
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What works for you?

Chanting. Mantra. Zen. Kundalini. Vipassana. Taoist. Trataka. Chakra. Mindfulness. There are numerous ancient meditation techniques providing benefits to those practicing. Although meditation is universal, the methods may vary, and you may wonder what is the best form of meditation for you. The best technique is what’s best for you. They are the path to reach the source, which is meditation.

Some techniques permit the free flow of thoughts,  whereas other types concentrate on focusing on one’s thoughts.  Once you are known to the science of life to connect oneself to one’s deep inner Self, one can create techniques.  The mission behind them is a willingness to remain in the present moment and explore that experience of being centered.  Regardless of the reason to practice these techniques, whether for health benefits or developing more calm and focus, they will set in motion the most important journey and discovery of your life with the inner-self.
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Meditation Techniques 

Wherever you may be – at work, home, or traveling, these meditation videos are an easy way to both take a break and find calmness amidst the chaos – an opportunity to relax the body and the mind at the same time.

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