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Active life requires quality recuperation

Rest during Vedic meditation is up to 5 times more efficient than during sleep. Vedic meditation is the perfect solution for our hectic age – it is suitable for everyone, you can meditate anywhere and its effects are soon felt in all aspects of your life. Join millions of people, who enjoy their life more thanks to Vedic meditation.

How and when to meditate?

Vedic meditation is being practiced for 20 minutes, ideally twice a day. You seat yourself in a comfortable chair with your eyes closed and let your body and mind rest perfectly. There is no need to concentrate or put in extraordinary effort, everything is very simple, natural and pleasant.

You can meditate anywhere: at home, at work, in a chair, on a sofa, in public transport, at the toilet, in a waiting room or in a restaurant.

Who is the Vedic meditation for?

In short – for everybody. It is meant for a person living a modern, active life and you won’t find any religious elements or pressure to change your lifestyle or opinions. It serves purely to give you the necessary rest and energy to be able to fully enjoy every day.

Meditation is very practical, it doesn’t matter if you’re in a busy environment or if there is noise or other people and thus it can fit into even the busiest of schedules.

Anyone can meditate: entrepreneurs, managers, secretaries, teachers, housewives, workers, pensioners, students, the healthy and the ill. If you are able to think, you will be able to meditate.

Why meditate?

During meditation your mind will calm down on its own and the body will immerse itself into a deep rest, as much as 5x deeper than during sleep. This deep calmness invigorates your whole organism and enables the brain to function in a different mode, which brings an unprecedented number of physical and psychical benefits.

How Vedic meditation differs from other meditation techniques

Maybe you already tried some form of meditation. Perhaps you feel that you weren’t particularly successful at it or that it is difficult. You were unable to calm down and didn’t have the feelings everybody was talking about. Vedic meditation is different:

  • the mind and the body calm down automatically and naturally
  • doesn’t require effort or concentration
  • according to many studies it is the most efficient technique to reduce stress
  • the effects can be felt immediately, often already after the first meditation
  • is the most widespread in the world, more than 6 million people are practicing it
  • according to many studies it is the most beneficial for physical and mental health
  • doesn’t require quiet or solitude
  • you sit comfortably during meditation – in any position you feel comfortable in
  • you can learn it after just 4 evening sessions, read more about the course

What do other participants say?

I have problems with resting and that is the main reason I went to Tim’s lessons. Since finishing the course I meditate twice a day and my rest has changed. I have become calmer and view things in a different light. I am also no longer fatigued by sleep deficiency as the meditation really replaced it. Tim has the ability to share a certain gift of serenity, tolerance, inner peace and joy and that’s what I want to learn and develop further by meditating. I am very curious about the development in time after a year, five etc.
Reference 1
Václav Beneš
- management skills coach
The main benefits of meditation for me are: calmer mind, when I am under stress, relaxation, better ability to experience the present moment, better balance (negative things affect me much less), more balanced approach to food and a more harmonious relationship with my choleric husband. As a fresh mother I meditate when I am breast-feeding and this way I recharge my batteries so that I am not tired and am able to fully attend to my daughter.
Reference 2
Lucie Jahodová
- sales director and a breast-feeding mother
Regular meditation has certainly given me a lot of positive effects. Among others I have become calmer, more resilient towards stress, my concentration has improved as well as my immunity and I am more able to stay on the top of things.
Reference 3
Václav Soukop
- Boeing 737 pilot
I would describe myself as an analytic, conservative person. Moreover I am very skeptical and tend to expect negative things in life. Like the majority of employed mothers I am constantly under stress due to a lack of time in the constant cycle of work-school-children’s groups-household. Therefore I approached meditation with skepticism at first. But I soon realized that my life has really changed for the better. Since I started meditating I need much less sleep and despite that I feel rested and full of energy. I also have the feeling that I became a little calmer overall and deal much better with stressful situations, which the life brings each day. Meditation for me is a moment for myself in a busy day, where I become calm and listen to myself.
Reference 4
Olga Zdeňková
- accountant

Benefits of Vedic meditation

  • eliminates stress, anxiety and depression
  • improves sleep
  • optimizes weight
  • normalizes blood pressure and cholesterol
  • slows down the aging of the organism
  • improved immunity, fewer illnesses
  • 50% less visits to the doctor
  • reduces headaches
  • reduces allergies and asthma
  • more energy during all activities
  • better work and sports performances
  • prevents the burnout syndrome
  • increases creativity
  • develops the brain capacity and intelligence
  • faster reactions and reflexes
  • better memory
  • easier learning of new things
  • helps staying on top of things and improves emotional stability
  • helps in dealing with challenges and difficult situations
  • more joy from life
  • improved relations with close persons and colleagues

Come to the free lecture!

What is stress? Where is it stored and why is it the killer of this age? And how does meditation help us with its elimination?

Come listen to Tim Mitchell, who will surprise you with a variety of scientific findings and introduce you to Vedic meditation.

You can then decide for yourself and for free, whether meditation is something for you or not. We look forward to meeting you!

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Frequently asked questions

No problem at all. Vedic meditation can be learned very quickly. It is completely natural so there is no need for supernatural abilities, just the correct technique and instructions, which you will receive from us.
It may seem that 20 minutes of meditation twice a day is a lot of time. But it will be repaid quickly by better performances at work, in sport and everywhere else. You will also gain time due to higher quality sleep and fewer visits to the doctor. Moreover it is possible to meditate for example in a tram while travelling to work and use time that you wouldn’t normally use for anything.
A lot of people fear the same thing, but during the course they find out that it is much easier than they thought. Same as any mind can be hyperactive so can any mind calm down. All you need is the correct technique and instructions and you too will enjoy meditation.
We have taught this technique to hundreds of people and all benefited from meditation. If you would feel that it doesn’t work, we will help you until you will feel the result.
Yes, the course is designed so that you would be able to meditate your whole life and enjoy its benefits. 100% people who completed the course are able to meditate individually.
The effects can be felt already during the first meditation. Some people start noticing them after some time, usually from reactions and compliments from people around them. Some feel the effect immediately, almost miraculously.
Vedic meditation has been practiced for more than 5 000 years and its roots lie in the old Vedic civilization in India. It was transferred orally by an unbroken line of teachers. Although it comes from India, it doesn’t apply for Indians exclusively. It would be the same as saying that the theory of relativity applies only for Germans, because Einstein was German.
No, it is a mental technique, which introduces a state of deep rest of both body and mind. Anyone benefits from this, regardless of his religion. The technique comes from ancient India and therefore can have a slight Indian flavor, but it does not have any ties to any religion.
No, this technique is not about controlling the mind or fighting your thoughts. It works naturally without any effort. It is a mental technique, which introduces a state of deep rest of both body and mind without any effort. It isn’t necessary to sit still or cross-legged. We sit comfortably in a chair, armchair, sofa etc.
The uniqueness of Vedic meditation lies in the mantra – a short word with no meaning that the teacher gives to every person and that is tailored to the person’s specific temperament. The meditator then repeats this word softly and effortlessly in his mind. The mantra has an automatic calming effect on the mind and will lead the mind into a state of deep rest with zero effort and a pleasant feeling. The mantras have been passed on for thousands of years and tested by time. The technique is simple, but it has a strong effect. Each mantra is tailored to the given person; therefore it must be given by an experienced teacher with correct instructions. Therefore it is not possible to pass the mantra via writing or audiovisual media and you shouldn’t tell your mantra to others. It could cause more harm than good.
No, you don’t have to give up anything. On the contrary, you will have more energy in your life and can enjoy everything better.
Psychic illnesses usually aren’t an obstacle; on the contrary, meditation can be a part of the therapy. However, it is necessary to consult this with your teacher and doctor.