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Be in the Now.mp4
Join in with breath awareness practice

Meditation is learning to still the mind and overcome the obstacles that cover your essential nature of peace.

Meditiation is a tool for living and can help everyday problems and health concerns, its depth is limitless. Meditation can be life changing - my first book Hidden Path charters my faltering steps and my second book Sowing Seeds builds on what I learnt. Meditation is life changing and life enchancing if you allow it to be. It requires no special place or cost and is available to anyone. It encompasses all religions, focusing on the source and Oneness of all. Get started now with my breath awareness audio.

Stage 1 - breath awareness

slows heart and metabolic rate

calms the mind and its chatter

releases physical/mental/emotional tension

increases subtle energy flow

brings you into the present moment

enhances your subtle awareness

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Become familliar with diaphramatic breathing

proactively utlitising the exhalation to release

on physical, mental and emotional levels. 

Deailing with the stress and strain of everyday living

Learning to let go of worry, fear, anger, guilt etc.

Stage 2 builds on stage 1

Regular practise (abhyasa) is needed

Preferably with the support of a teacher

In the energy field of a group

Learn the ancient technique of Sarvayatra the 61 points

utilising breath, life force and mind in one practice.

Proactively bring deep rest to the body, mind and emotions

Deepening a spiritual understanding

Enhancing health and wellbeing

(all my students attest to its therapetic qualities)


Bhagavad Gita 6.13&14



sama kāya-śiro-grīva

dhārayann acala sthira

samprekya nāsikāgra sva

diśaś cānavalokayan


praśāntātmā vigata-bhīr

brahmacāri-vrate sthita

mana sayamya mac-citto

yukta āsīta mat-para



samamstraight; kāya-śirabody and head; grīvam—neck; dhārayanholding; acalamunmoved; sthirasteady; 

samprekyalooking, gazing; nāsikānose; agramtip; svamown; diśaall sides; caalso;anavalokayannot seeing; 


Let him sit with body, head and neck erect and still, gazing at the tip of his nose, without looking anywhere else


praśāntaserene minded, peaceful; ātmāmind;vigata-bhīdevoid of fear, fearless;

brahmacāri-vratein the vow of constantly thinking of the Paramatman; sthitafirm; 

manamind; sayamyahaving controlled ; maton Me, cittathinking; 

yuktajoined in yoga; āsītalet him sit; matunto Me; paraultimate goal.


Serene and fearless firm in the vow of continually returning to the Paramatma, having controlled  the mind, he should sit in yoga (unity) 

thinking of me as the supreme goal.



Listen to the santi patha of the Yajur Veda here



Ten clearly observable effects of meditation


1.   Good physical health and quick recovery in the case of illness.


2.  A sense of renunciation of useless things.

3.  A proper sense of proportion in life.

4.  Strengthening of the faculties of experience.

5.  Forgiveness which depends on not letting the mind get excited. 

     (From this kindness and compassion increase naturally into Universal Love).

6.  Loss of sense of separation

7.  Freedom from greed, envy and malice.

8.  Freedom from fear.


9.  Increase of self-confidence.


10. Gloominess diminishes.  You see the bright side of things.


These are the symptoms of bright meditation and these are the qualities that are most difficult to obtain in any other way. 

But with this they come naturally as hunger is naturally satisfied just from eating.


If one of these effects is observable, then the initiate is enjoying good meditation.



Silence is our real nature. What we are fundamentally is only silence. Silence is free from beginning and end. It was before the beginning of all things. It is causeless. Its greatness lies in the fact that it simply is.

In silence all objects have their homeground. It is the light that gives objects their shape and form. All movement, all activity is harmonized by silence.

Silence has no opposite in noise. It is beyond positive and negative. Silence dissolves all objects. It is not related to any counterpart which belongs to the mind. Silence has nothing to do with mind. It cannot be defined but it can be felt directly because it is our nearness. Silence is freedom without restriction of centre. It is our wholeness, neither inside nor outside the body. Silence is joyful not pleasurable. It is not psychological. It is feeling without a feeler. Silence needs no intermediary.

Silence is Holy. It is healing. There is no fear in silence. Silence is autonomous like love and beauty. It is untouched by time. Silence is meditation, free from and intention,free from anyone who meditates. Silence is the absence of oneself; or rather, silence is the absence of the absence.

Sound which comes from silence is music. All activity is creative when it comes from silence. It is constantly a new beginning. Silence precedes speech and poetry and music and all art. Silence is the homeground of all creative activity; what is truly creative is the word, is truth. Silence is the Word. Silence is Truth.

The one established in silence lives in constant offering, in prayer without asking, in thankfulness, in continual love. (Peter Harrison)