Health & Fitness

Kaya Sthairyam Meditation The Art Of Stillness

What you’ll learn

  • Build a habit of meditation with 21 days progressive series of meditation.
  • Calmness through stillness.
  • Be better at handling unpleasant situations around yourself.
  • Experience greater clarity and peace.
  • The joy of beginning a spiritual journey, under a authentic tradition.


  • No prerequisites. You do not have to know anything about yoga or meditation. In fact, it would be even better if you haven’t got any prior knowledge.
  • Preferable to have a quiet place where you wont be disturbed for 10 to 20 minutes.
  • Headphones to be used for a really immersive experience.


Kaya Sthairyam Meditation The Art Of Stillness. Inspired by the notion that it takes 21 days to create a habit, each 21-Day Meditation is ideal for beginners as well as for advanced practitioners.

with this course, the body becomes still and the mind experiences peace.

Our mind is like a little child. If you order a child to do something, he will quite often do the opposite. There appears to be a rebelliousness, a need to defy. The mind acts in the same way. If you force the mind to forget the body and be aware of another subject, it seems to suddenly develop a fascination for the body. The more you try to forget the body, the more difficult it becomes.

Knowing this tendency of the mind, this course adopts a contrary approach. That is, it almost forces the mind to be aware of the body for a long period of time. The mind, as usual, rebels. The mind automatically tries to think of something else and it forgets the body. And this is exactly the aim of meditation practices. After practicing intensely every day you will find that the awareness spontaneously directs itself inwards and the Mind is calm and with peace.

The Meditation technique followed in this course is traditionally known as Kaya Sthairyam.

Meditation is a state that arises when following a meditation technique.

Meditation techniques usually consist of one sitting still in one of the classical meditation postures.

One ensures the body is still and comfortable.

One’s awareness is withdrawn from the senses and is directed inwards.

One begins to steady the mind by the process of Kaya Sthairyam.

Then one gives a ‘concentration method’ to the mind such as ‘watching the breath or repeating a mantra mentally to oneself.

In time and with practice, one’s awareness begins to merge with the object of meditation. If one is fortunate the state of meditation and bliss arises which is beyond the ability of words to describe.

The first stage is Pratyahara or detachment from the senses.

The second stage is Dharana or Steadying the mind

The third stage is Dhyana or mindless attention… merging.

The fourth stage which arises of its own accord is Samadhi or Bliss which defies description

Kaya sthairyam is a basic practice of concentration on the steadiness of the body.

Who this course is for:

  • This course is for you, if you’re new to meditation or an expert practitioner.
  • If you want a little respite from stress , anxiety and the hectic pace of modern life.
  • If you’re looking to become a better version of yourself.
  • If you are troubled by insomnia, fatigue or agitation
  • If you desire to get a taste of true bliss and freedom within yourself.
  • If you are plagued with health issues acute or chronic.
  • if you want to develop a habit of meditation.
  • if you are looking for Guided meditations from the authentic tradition which help you to accomplish your spiritual and worldly goals.

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