PEMA : Meditation

Meditation is a disciplined practice rooted in Processes of Engaging Mind and Awareness (*PEMA), aimed at cultivating inner quietude, healing, personal transformation, and beyond.


Embark on a Journey of Inner Mastery 🧘‍♂️ Become a Meditation Teacher.



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Course Highlights:

Self-Paced Learning: Progress at your own rhythm, fitting seamlessly into your lifestyle.

Affordable Investment: Gain invaluable skills without breaking the bank.

Fully Online: Access your course anytime, anywhere, with just a click.

Personalized Support: Dedicated mentors are here to support your journey.

Authentic Learning Experience: Immerse yourself in genuine meditative practices.

Deepen Your Understanding:

Explore the therapeutic role of meditation in healing and personal transformation.

Dive into the foundational teachings of Buddhist, Daoist, Yogic, and Siddha traditions.

Who Is This Course For?

Aspiring meditation teachers eager to share their passion.

Healing practitioners looking to integrate meditation into their practice.

What You’ll Master:

The Fundamentals of Meditation: Establish a solid foundation for practice and teaching.

Historical Insights: Trace the evolution of meditation through Eastern traditions.

Teaching Methodologies: Learn the best practices to inspire and educate your students.

Begin your transformative journey today and help others find peace, clarity, and purpose. 🌟

No prerequisites. Open to all beings, yogis, meditators, or counselors, with the basic understanding of meditation and interest in guiding people to heal and transform.


100Hr Meditation Teacher’s Training details


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What is Meditation?

Meditation is a disciplined practice rooted in Processes of Engaging Mind and Awareness (*PEMA), aimed at cultivating inner quietude, healing, personal transformation, and beyond.

‘Awareness’ encompasses the profound presence within our being, spanning the body, heart, and senses, encompassing all sensations, feelings, and emotions. Meanwhile, ‘mind’ encapsulates an individual’s inner landscape or field of thoughts, memories, intuition, and the myriad components associated with cognitive processes, perception, and psychic-cognitions.

In the Eastern worldview, the mind is termed as manas, serving as an integral aspect of consciousness. Mind and awareness together is called Chitta (Pali and Sanskrit: चित्त; pronounced Chitta).

The Sanskrit term for “process” is Kriyā (Sanskrit: क्रिया), derived from the root kri, signifying ‘to do’. In the realm of inner work, the process or kriya involves harnessing mind and awareness (or chitta) within ourselves to delve into quietude, healing, personal transformation, and beyond.

*pema (པདྨ) is the Tibetan word for Sanskrit word – Padma (पद्म) – meaning – Lotus – a symbol for awakened chitta (mind & awareness).