"Meditation is to experience life in a new way -
that is, life as a means and not as an end.
Through meditation one gradually becomes present to one's own presence,
which ultimately leads to the realisation
that there is no aim in meditation
apart from just to 'Be' in meditation.
To 'Be' in meditation means
waking up to the notion
that meditation is as much about dying
as it is about living,
or as much about life as it is about death,
henceforward you die to your mind and thoughts that are subject to change,
and become alive to what is permanent within, hence not subject to change."
Numerous types of meditation are available.
In our children, adolescents, adults and families programmes, we introduce a large variety of preparation to meditation and meditation techniques, derived from several traditions, to give each participant a chance to find what resonates best with them and what is most helpful at that particular time in their life.
Meditation is the dissolution of thoughts
in Eternal awareness or Pure consciousness
knowing without thinking,
merging finitude in infinity.