Guided Non-Dual Vedanta Meditation – James Swartz

Published on Mar 14, 2016

This guided Vedanta meditation consists of
1. Body-scan
2. Concentration on breath meditation
3. Concentration on the silence
4. You – consciousness – observe the silence and all other objects. Silence, the mind and all objects appear in you – consciousness.
6. Love-Meditation
7. Silence is reflected awareness and you – consciousness – are the observer of the reflection

This guided Vedanta meditation was recorded at Yoga-Vidya Westerwald, Germany in October 2015.
This audio was recorded by Georg Schiller. All mistakes and failures are due to Georg Schiller.

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