Neelakantha Meditation is easy to learn and practice, and is governed by the principle of effortlessness. It is a profound practice that works to bring about transformation, healing, and benevolence. It does not involve concentration, controlling the mind, or other forms of effortful manipulation of awareness. It does not require that you have any particular beliefs, any previous study or specific background in order to learn it and practice it with great benefit. For this reason, it is a practice that anyone can learn. Even those who have had difficulty meditating in the past are surprised at how easily and deeply they can meditate after receiving Initiation into Neelakantha Meditation.
Benefits of Neelakantha Meditation include:
Neelakantha Meditation is a living practice, learned through a 2-day process of personal, formal instruction, or DIKSHA. Often translated as “initiation,” it more specifically and literally means a process by which something needed is given and that which hinders is removed. These 2 days of instruction involve a 2-hour session where your learn your practice individually with Gina, usually scheduled on a Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. Then, we meet again in small groups for the Key Teachings day – usually the Sunday that follows – where you receive important understandings about your practice and what to expect, in order to prepare you for the journey of establishing a regular, self-sufficient practice of daily meditation.
In addition to beginning your practice in this 2-day process, you will receive regular ongoing support from Gina in the form of group meditations and access to any future Key Teachings day free of charge. As part of your tuition for initiation into Neelakantha Meditation you’ll also receive 18-months of online support through Blue Throat Yoga, including access to the online library of recordings of past support calls both with Prof. Paul Muller-Ortega, PhD, the founder of Blue Throat Yoga, and the Guiding Group (advanced students who support those who are learning to meditate) as well as access to live calls in the future. There’s also an audio FAQ section, and recordings of key teachings to support your practice, and much more.
This cost for this course of meditation is $450. Payment plans and need-based scholarships are available.
Gina Minyard is an Authorized Teacher of Neelakantha Meditation. She is arranging ongoing opportunities for the formal, personal instruction into Neelakantha Meditation. Contact her for more information.
Free Talk about Neelakanta Meditation – Saturday, Jan 5th @ Yoga Collective. There is no registration for this event. Please join us!
Initiation into Neelakantha Meditation – Jan 4th – 6th, and by appointment
Initiation into Neelakantha Meditation – Jan 18th – 20th, and by appointment