THE BEST MEDITATION
FOCUS – CLARITY – KNOWLEDGE
So what is the best meditation? The best meditation is one that suits you and with which you achieve your goals. Before you decide if meditation is for you – you should know what meditation is. One of the simplest definitions of meditation is: focus on one point. How this focus is applied and supported by the meditator is what distinguishes different types of meditation from each other.
It is an undisputed fact that meditation has its origins in Eastern philosophies and religions and has been deeply rooted in these societies for thousands of years. Meditation also has its place in Western religions, but outside of monastery walls it has hardly developed any relevance for the normal population.
It is therefore not surprising that meditation as we know it today has its roots in Eastern philosophies & religions, especially Buddhism and Yoga philosophy, which in turn derives from Hinduism. The paths that are taken and the goals that are taken depending on the meditation, sometimes differ significantly.
YOUR PATH IS CLEAR
In our western world, many people focus on the benefits for mental and physical health when they start to deal with the topic of meditation. However, beginners in particular are put off when, depending on the meditation method they come across, they are confronted with all kinds of ideological, esoteric material or, in the worst case, are more or less proselytized. For others, this is not a problem at first and they slide bit by bit into a philosophy or another religion without having made a conscious decision.
The ideological overload and influence does not have to be. You can use meditation as a tool and method to explore and develop your own personality without subjecting yourself to unwanted influences.
So if you are interested in meditation and want to enjoy all the benefits without compromising your own set of values, you will feel comfortable in my meditation classes. All techniques are explained in detail and you can decide if this technique is appropriate for you or not. You develop your own style bit by bit. You do not follow anyone else, but only yourself and your own beliefs and go your own way.
If this would be something for you, let’s have a conversation!
INTEGRATED FUNCTIONAL MEDITATION
Live Meditations with Steffen Pietratus Mon-Thu
Small groups with a maximum of 10 people
Meditation & Coaching Sessions every Tuesday
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The goal of HeartMath™ is to promote resilience. HeartMath™ achieves this goal with various techniques that help you reach a coherent state in which your body and mind work together in an optimal way. You thus enter a state of focused serenity. The techniques are simple and short, and all designed to be incorporated into everyday life. Meditation has deep focus on a specific subject as its goal and leads you into a state of immersion that allows you deeper insights. Unlike HeartMath™, meditation requires a little more time and structure. Certain HeartMath™ exercises, on the other hand, can put you in a meditative state if you do them over a long period of time. The origins of the methods are fundamentally different. HeartMath™ is based on the scientific research of the HeartMath Institute, while meditation has evolved over millennia in different cultures. What is true for both methods is that a carry-over effect sets in and your resilience, serenity in everyday life and health are significantly increased. There is no better or worse. Choose what suits you and your life better! Check out my HeartMath™ trainings here.
Certain meditation techniques are used in mindfulness. However, to equate mindfulness and meditation is incorrect. Mindfulness is derived from Buddhism. Even though mindfulness is not a religion, mindfulness techniques are structured to confirm the teachings of Buddhism. Quite a few mindfulness teachers are close to Buddhism or are practicing Buddhists. There is nothing wrong with that – it is just not value-neutral.
That is why I do not teach you mindfulness in the classical Buddhist sense. But you do learn to pay mind to yourself and to go through your life consciously and with open eyes and to be completely in the moment. You learn to see things as they are and can go your way out of your own strength and clarity.
unfoldment meditation with Steffen Pietratus is your path to sovereign composure and strength. Even under stress you can act calm and relaxed. You learn to see things as they are and not as you would like them to be. You have your emotions under control and learn to react appropriately to challenges.
Increasingly, your ability to consciously control your reactions grows. Reaction becomes action.
With unfoldment meditation you learn to deal peacefully with yourself and others. You learn not only to take better care of yourself, but also of the people around you. Not only your physical and mental health improves, but also your relationship with yourself.
Being at peace with yourself is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself. With new energy you can go your way.
We are the result of our past, but our past does not determine our future. Learn to find out what you really want and get to know your feelings and needs on a deep level and rewrite the story of your life. Recognize what really moves you and go your way with energy and confidence.
Take responsibility for yourself and your emotions and learn to control them. Achieve your goals in accordance with your values, abilities and interests.
Unfold yourself and every aspect of your being.