Practiced sitting comfortably, with eyes-closed, whilst silently repeating a mantra, or a specific sound, that naturally settles the mind and body into a state of deep rest.

An effortless, easy, and simple form of meditation, which provides proven and profound benefits (see below).  It can be practiced self-sufficiently, independent of any accessory devices, personal aides, or teachers.

Following meditation, the mind is more calm, awareness is expanded, stress-reactivity is reduced and thinking is clearer. 

With regular practice, people find their energy levels increase and they can achieve more with less effort. As a result, work, play, and relationships are easier and more enriching.


Referring to the nature of its approach and function, Śabda Meditation leads to an effortless transcendence of the mind's rigid identifications with body, ego and mind patterns.

Practitioners easily reach that sweet silent space or gap in between the fluctuations of thoughts and emotions, often referred to as source being, essence nature, or higher-self; that is to say, the unchanging part of our nature that remains equanimous and undisturbed by external circumstances.


Śabda Meditation has both vedic and tantric roots.  Those are oral-traditions from the Indic region that inform most of what we know of as yoga today.  This meditation technique was revived a few thousand years ago in the time of Ādi Śaṅkarācārya, a great Sage noted for reviving classic texts in non-dual sanatan dharma; and has been passed down from teacher to student in oral-tradition since. 


  • Reduced stress
  • Clearer thinking
  • Reduced anxiety
  • Improved sleep
  • Emotional stability
  • Improved mood
  • Increased creativity
  • Greater intuition
  • Better health
  • Improved relationship to self and others
  • Happiness for no reason
  • A stronger immune system