Preksha literally means “to see your own self”. Hence, it can be said that self-perception is Preksha.
Preksha Meditation is the practice of purifying and balancing our emotions and developing our consciousness and realizing our own self. It is a technique of mediation for attitudinal change, behavioural modification and the integrated development of personality.
- Reduce physical stress and strengthen the immune system.
- Improve mental and emotional health.
- Develop the personality, eliminate harmful habits, and treat phobias
- Enhance mental abilities, concentration and operational efficiency.
- Enhance creativity and develop career skills.
- Increase will power; achieve goals, and much more!
Purpose of Preksha Meditation
The main intent of the Preksha Meditation is to develop spiritual consciousness, cleanse the mind and purge negativity out of the body and consciousness. The aim of Preksha Meditation is not just to achieve all round development spiritual growth, wellness, mental balance, and emotional wellbeing.
Basis of Preksha Meditation
Although the roots of Preksha Meditation lie in the sapience of ancient philosophy, it has been authenticated, based on present scientific principles.
Practices of Preksha Meditation:-
- Kayotsarga– Relaxation of body with full awareness
- Antaryatra or Internal Trip – Spinal Cord Visualization (Centre of Energy)
- Shvaas Preksha or Perception of Deep Breathing
- Shareer Preksha or Perception of the Body
- Chaitanya Kendra Preksha or Perception of Psychic Centers
- Leshya Dhyaan or Perception of Colours
- Anupreksha or Contemplation
- Mantra Sadhna
All individuals have aura around their body. The color of this aura changes as per to the emotions and feelings they have inside themselves. Emotions and Aura both are very deeply connected with each other. By purifying our emotions we can create a purified Aura.