Conversations with Swami Satya Vedant Part 3: Redefining Meditation for the Modern Man (video)
Swami Satya Vedant defines meditation as a science by emphasizing experimentation and experience versus blind belief. The modern human being is much more complex from those of 500 or 1000 years ago. And the inner turmoil of repressed repetitive thoughts hidden underneath the surface besiege the mind and body. The need to deal with this is there. And no, it's not turning to the pharmaceutical companies for more numbing agents. He quotes Osho saying that the all we can do is to experiment and to judge the experience afterwards.
Filmed, Interviewed and Edited by Johnson Anand Saurabh
About the Author: Johnson
Johnson Anand Saurabh is currently traveling and teaching yoga and mindful living in Asia and has the fortune of interacting with like minded spiritual seekers on a daily basis. Life has been full of twists and turns taking him on an adventurous path, guiding him around the world in search for a deeper connection to Source. Having found a niche on the path of Yoga and inspired by other mind + body templates like Alexander Technique, Feldenkrais Method and Pilates, he inevitably found a "way in" through healing modalities like Thai bodywork, Ayurvedic Massage, Reiki and Anya Touchwork. As an eternal student, practitioner and teacher of all these things , Curriculum AUM provides a venue to explore the intricate layering of each one as an integrative pursuit of nourishing the soul. Johnson has a BFA in acting and strives to unify his creativity with his intuitive practices. He is delighted to witness the expansion of Studio Anya into the digital realm. The Anya mission and Sagebook will undoubtedly provide opportunities for all inner artists to blossom up and outwards in full actualization.