Benefits observed from practising the Arka Dhyana Intuitive Method:

The benefits of Arka Dhyana Intuitive Meditation are immense. Its three fundamental components, touch, sound and breath, are the key principles that combine together and act in harmony while in Dhyana, giving us benefits at all levels of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.

  • Development of intuitive sense
  • Stress reduction
  • Raising Self-Awareness
  • Better understanding of our being
  • Effective relaxation
  • Knowing one’s potential and purpose
  • Accessing intuitive wisdom and finding direction
  • Mental and emotional well-being
  • Positive influence on health
  • Maintaining memory and concentration
  • Better understanding of the philosophy of mind, body and consciousness
  • Personal growth and self-development
  • Recognition of true Self through knowledge and experience.
  • Increased spatial awareness
  • Enhanced proprioception, i.e. unconscious perception, by the nerves and inner ear canals, of movement and spatial orientation arising from stimuli within the body itself – this gives rise to an enhanced ability to sense the position, location, and movement of the body and its parts.
  • Increased body awareness, combined with ability to direct an increased presence of the mind to specific regions of the body, such as key energy points or areas of discomfort, contributing to:
    • Increased strength
    • Better pain management
    • Increased ‘grounding’, vitality and improved health status from a greater conscious presence within the body
    • Enhanced ability to project and focus the mind onto studies, career and personal life.

In the cosmic evolution of Nature and the Universe, we are gifted with freedom and space to put our will and wish and heart, to feel the fulfilment of life and to raise our self-awareness. Dhyana is at the heart of one’s spiritual development.

Meditation is not only for reaching higher levels of consciousness, but also for experiencing other important aspects of it such as:

Acceptance – We should accept people the way they are. Only then they can also accept us.

Expectations – When we expect much, we become conditioned and we may become dejected if our expectations are not met. We may over react or lose enthusiasm for life. We can anticipate but not expect unreasonably.

Greater Empathy – Listening to people with heavy hearts will help them relieve their pressure, stress and strain or emotional burden.

Unconditional service – Offering unconditional service, at least wherever and whenever possible can bring some rare joy

Fulfilment – Qualities like the above will aid Meditational experience to be profound; continued practice and clearer understanding of the nature of Arka Dhyana can lead one to self-realisation.