Meditation Camps
We offer you a experiential journey into the science of meditation through residential programs. Our meditation camps are open for sincere aspirants who are keen to raise their awareness and contribute to the peace on planet earth. Our camps will be conducted In a high energy natural environment, and driven by cosmic energy drawn in from rare trees, sacred geometry yantras, pristine nature setting,  and consecrated meditation caves.
Some of the programs offered in Dhayna Camps:

  • Vigyan Bhairav Tantra
    The Vigyan Bhairav Tantra (Sanskrit: विज्ञान भैरव तन्त्र, Vijńāna Bhairava Tantra) is a key text of the Trika school of Kashmir Shaivism. Cast as a discourse between Shiva and his consort Devi or Shakti, it briefly presents 112 meditation methods or centering techniques (dharanas).[1] These include several variants of breath awareness, concentration on various centres in the body, non-dual awareness, chanting, and visualisation and contemplation through each of the senses. A prerequisite to success in any of the 112 practices is a clear understanding of which method is most suitable to the practitioner


  • Silence Retreats: (Antar Mauna)
    Stillness and Silence are pillars on the path of ascension of awareness. Kevala offers you the easiest ways to attain stillness. It is achieved through intense movement. Deep Stillness leads to deep silence. A state where there is no mental chatter and disturbing thinking processes.

    The program combines the dynamic Shakti Chalana Kriya (a set of powerful, purifying practices to enhance the flow of one’s vital energy) and Antar Mauna  meditation, an effortless process of conscious non-doing. Together, these practices stimulate the release of physical, mental and emotional blocks and lead to a deep sense of inner wellbeing.

    As all Kevala foundation offerings, these techniques are purely based on yogic science, and thus are suitable for anyone, regardless of one’s religion, ethnicity, social background, age, or gender.

  • Nadopasana (Meditative journey into science of inner sounds and music)
    Nadopasana is an musical expression of intense devotion within us. It is a form of meditative prayer that can awaken the kundalini shakti. The power of intonations, raagas, overtones and chanting of mantras stimulates and energizes our inner spiritual forces. It is an important step towards liberation of fear,  pain, and other negative emotions stored within us.

    Dr. Pradeep Ullal is an adept at Nada Yoga and has demonstrated the true power of Nada yoga sadhana.  In The Sangita Rathnakara, the opening verse explains how nada and Kundalini are interrelated and how this comprehension is necessary for salvation.

    According to Hindu sastras, Naabhi, Hrith, Kanta, Rasana, and Naasa are the sources of sound which originate from the Mooladhara . The recognition of this Mooladharaja naada is itself moksha says Sri Thyagaraja in the Sankarabharanam kriti, Swara Raga Sudharasa. In this connection, it is interesting to note that Sir John Sparrow, in his book titled, Serpent Power, equates Kundalini with endogenous sound. The identification of the correct srutis as the home of the swaras is also important for experiencing moksha or liberation “Saptha Swarmula Grhuhamula guruthe mokshamura.” The worship of pure sound emanating from within you and identifying yourself with it and being in consonance with it is liberation or moksha.

    Nada Yogi stresses the importance of recognizing and developing the ability to experience Mooladhara nada, but also more specifically inspires aspirants to practice sangitopasana as a means and prelude to enjoying nadopasana.

    According to Yoga sastras, we humans are a microcosmic image of the universe. This universal energy that each human carries within oneself is the Kundalini. The Kundalini lies dormant until awakened. The object of certain forms of yoga is to awaken this dormant force and to let it lead us to the path of salvation. Liberation, therefore, is unity with the universe from which we originated; the individual spirit becomes part of the universal spirit. It is the highest experience that a yogi to a saint to an ordinary individual is striving to reach. One of the yogic approaches that awakens the Kundalini is the nada or nadopasana or devotion through singing and music.


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