Neti-Neti Meditation, for Self-Awareness and Peace

The ancient Vedas describe 'Neti-Neti', meaning 'Not This-Not That', as the process of reaching inner peace. It is by knowing what I am not, I realise what I am! It has also been described as meditation on the formless.

If you wish to raise self-awareness, or move closer to your inner self, this meditation is for you.   If you are feeling stressed, burned out, or worried, this method will help with the problems, but also their root cause.

Neti-Neti sages develop awareness of everything that moves or has form, as well as becoming aware of the the stillness or formless essence (Nir-ankar), which lies hidden beyond the physical senses.

Here are some remarks from people who have recently experienced this meditation;

"I found the guided meditation refreshing. I felt so relaxed I did not want it to end. Even after music stopped playing, I felt music playing from within. Wonderful"
~ Christopher

"It was calming and relaxing. I lay down and felt totally at home. Thank you so much"
~ Darren

"I felt as though all the pressures from the shoulders lifted and I felt completely light"
~ Sumeet

"I feel so conected with myself after the meditation. After a long day at work, this felt like a holiday"
~ Luke

If you'd like to come along, please post your RSVP.  We meet every Thursday, but also alternate Sundays. Ask us for details.

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  • Abdul

    Thanks for adding me to the group :)

    1 · June 19

    • Dr Bobby S.

      Welcome Abdul…glad to have you on board

      1 · June 20

    • Abdul

      Thanks looking forward meeting all of you :)

      1 · June 20

  • Surjit D.

    Dark is where light has not reached, weightlessness is where gravity has not reached and silence is where sound has not reached. Know what reaches all

    June 19

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