Guided Meditation for Personal Resilience and Peak Performance - 6 weeks
Discover Personal Resilience and Peak Performance through a Daily Breath-Mindfulness Meditation Practice
16 Nov – 26 Dec
Timings: 6am 7:30am IST
Location: Zoom Online session & Youtube Live
"Meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet. It's a way of entering the quiet that's already there - buried under the 50,000 thoughts an average person thinks every day."
Course Structure & Content
Daily online classes over Zoom
Daily - 45-min Breath-Mindfulness group meditation - enhanced by curated special music
Guidance and Q&A in English by an experienced corporate meditation coach
Weekly - two to three master class of 40-min each on corporate meditation wisdom during session
Every Sunday - guest lectures from senior business leaders on their transformation experiences
Daily articles / resources to aid your meditation practice
Audio recordings of guided music meditation
The Tools for Manifesting Success
The art and science of Breath-Mindfulness meditation helps us live a more fulfilling life because it gives us the tools to work and live with our fully conscious experience
Studies have shown that meditation improves empathy, kindness and compassion.
Key Elements Of Program Explained
Here are some of the key elements of the program structure, and the benefits you can expect them to bring to you:
What is Guided Meditation?
In guided meditation, the master uses narration to lead the practitioner, step-by-step, through the
techniques and methods of meditation. This approach facilitates faster relaxation and smoother
transition to a state of qualm, silence and tranquility. Guided meditation is particularly suitable for
inexperienced or novice meditators who, although attracted to the idea of meditating, either do not
know where to begin, or find it difficult to deal with the numerous thoughts which pop up in the
head once the eyes are closed. A soothing voice, a gentle prod, the reassuring words of the master during the guided meditation, make all these difficulties wane away, and allow the practitioner to
evolve into a confident, self-reliant meditator.
How is music used in meditation?
Guided meditation is often enhanced with background music. Just like the soothing and assuring
voice of the master supports a shift to states of elevated consciousness, appropriate music too aids
the process. Sound is a potent tool in spirituality. Most notably, the Indian traditions consider aum (om) to be the the sound of cosmic vibration, and the creative aspect of the universe. In addition to helping the meditator relax physically and mentally, meditative music significantly accelerates the spiritual progress.
What are the benefits of a group meditation?
For both novice and advanced meditators alike, meditating in a group is tremendously powerful and rewarding. Nowhere else can the multiplier effect be experienced so strongly. In a group
meditation, each meditator leverages the elevated vibration, energy and the intention of the group.
The atmosphere in a group of meditators creates a feeling of harmony and connectedness, which is very supportive and conducive to growth. Through the experience of practicing with a group, the
results of the meditative session are often amplified.
How do meditation articles and shared experiences support the process?
References to scientific meditation literature, when adequately curated to correspond to the
meditator’s current stage, are a valuable tool for one’s progress. Books offer wisdom, remind us to stay focus and mindful in our everyday activities, and they offer answers to various questions we
commonly face on the path.
Another invaluable support comes in the form of a shared experience. When a role model, a
colleague or a friend is willing to tell their story of how they began to meditate, advanced in the
practice, and are finally able to reap the benefits through living a fulfilling and successful life, the
effects on you are multiplied. This motivates you, inspires you, encourages you, and assures you
that through your own practice of meditation you can also miraculously transform your own life.
Why 40 days?
Traditionally, forty is an important number across many cultures. Typically, a practice followed for forty days is known as completing the mandala. At the end of a meditation mandala, its observed
that old attitudes and habits are broken, new behaviors are established, and a new life begins for
At the end of a forty-day period, one is attuned to a new frequency, new perceptions and attitudes
are integrated, and a transformation has taken place.. Forty is, therefore, often seen as a number of testing/trial, reprogramming sub-conscious, healing and transformation from inside out.
"Stillness is where Creativity and Solutions to problems are found"
A successful entrepreneur, former Vice President of IBM Corporation, transformational meditation coach, and board member of few non-profits including Pyramid Valley International,
Chandra Pulamarasetti attributes a lot of his success including the recent acquisition of his software company, to the powerful techniques based on meditation and manifestation. He has been practicing meditation for over 20 years now, teaches regularly to organizational & business leaders and professionals, and participates in several meditation service activities.
Chandra is currently forming a non-profit entity called Buddha-CEO Quantum Foundation to enable leaders to transform themselves with meditation practice and spiritual wisdom, and adopt to spirituo-social responsibility.
Chandra is a computer science engineer from BITS, Pilani and a core technologist as well at his heart with 2 patents to his credit. Chandra lives in Bangalore with his wife Vani and two children Alekhya and Sanath. Vani and Chandra run a meditation center called SoulTrends Meditation studio in Bangalore, and another meditation center along with her sister, in Visakhapatnam rural areas to teach meditation to 500 schools.