Present Wisdom Yoga

Primordial Sound Meditation Series SERIES OF CLASSES
October 3, 2023 December 13, 2023

Total # of Classes
8

Class length
90 minutes

Location
Online Live

This course will teach you the Primordial Sound Meditation (PSM) technique from the Chopra Center. It is a powerful healing practice that allows you to experience inner calm and deep relaxation using a primordial sound person mantra.

The course includes 9 sessions (8 group & 1 private) :
10/3/23 Group Session #1 - Introduction to Primordial Sound Meditation 90
10/3-10/11 Private Session #2 - Personal Primordial Sound Mantra Ceremony (by appointment)
10/12 Group Session #3 - Perfecting the Practice
10/17 Group Session #4 - Higher States of Consciousness
10/19 Group Session #5 - Group meditation practice
10/26 Group Session #6 - Group meditation practice
11/2 Group Session #7 - Group meditation practice
11/9 Group Session #8 - Group meditation practice
11/16 Group Session #9 - Group meditation practice
Sessions 1-4 are 60-90 minutes
Sessions 5-9 are  30-45 minutes

The course is being taught by Manjula Khanna, a PSM certified instructor by the Chopra Center.


PSM is a powerful meditation technique rooted in the ancient Vedic tradition of India. It is about quietening your mind as well as experiencing the silence that is already there and making it part of your life. Chopra Education co-founders Deepak Chopra and David Simon have revived this ancient practice of sound meditation and made it available in a format that’s easy to learn.
When you learn Primordial Sound Meditation, you will receive a “Personal Mantra” based on your birth-place, birth-date and birth-year. A personal mantra is a specific sound or vibration—which when repeated silently—helps you to enter deeper, quieter, more peaceful levels of awareness.


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