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Preksha Meditation

Nurture the practice of Preksha or Self-Perception to see your own self. Blossom with Preksha Meditation to connect with your soul at its most profound level and achieve a state of super consciousness. This blissful meditation purifies emotions and conscious, nullifies negative vibes and is a technique for attitudinal change, behavioural modification and integrated development of personality!

"Dhyana " means the concentration of mind on one object. At any given point of time the mind is said to work on a lot things, places, persons etc. however when the mind is made to detach itself from all these distractions and focused on one entity then concentration is said to occur. According to Hatayoga, Dhyana (meditation) is the most important gate to attaining Samadhi(eternal happiness). The ultimate aim of Yoga is to attain Samadhi.

Preksha Dhyana is the technique of meditation for bringing about a change in behavior, modifying and bringing about an integrated development of personality. It is based on the wisdom of ancient philosophy and has been formulated in terms of modern scientific concept.

Preksha Dhyan patrika is an influential magazine for those who ever want to live deep into spiritual practise but with gradual and recommended steps. The splendid and comprehensive work of Acharya Mahapragya in the direction of social and spiritual progress is the charm of the magazine. It gives enchanted message covering physical, mental, emotional zones. People of every community, field, age group indispensably have their share as the content is served accordingly.

Tulsi Adhyatma Nidam

One of the most useful concepts popularized by Acharya Shri Mahapragya is Preksha Dhyan (Preksha Meditation). Tulsi Adhyatma Nidam, located at JVB, Ladnun serves as the center for learning, experimentation and practice of Preksha Meditation

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Preksha International Meditation Center

The most esteemed “ACHARYA TULSI INTERNATIONAL PREKSHA MEDITATION CENTER”, is spread on a land of 3.94 acres (Approx) in the Jain Vishva Bharati, Ladnun, and Rajasthan, India

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