300 hour Meditation Teacher Training India

300 hour Meditation Teacher Training Course India

300-hour Meditation Teacher Training Course is an Advanced Meditation Training Program for them, who want to become certified Meditation Teacher. This meditation program is also useful for them, who  just want to deepen and expand their knowledge and meditation practices, even if they don’t want to teach.

This course contains the advanced techniques of meditation, which are taught and trained during the course, to realize and achieve the higher goals.

For the best in quality and value for money, India has always been a sought after destination for people from all around the world who seek to complete their master teacher training. However, in recent times the country has become even more popular with the spread of online meditation instruction. As a result of this, the country is now home to one of the largest teacher training programs in the world.

100 hour meditation teacher training course india

Key Features: Master Breathwork (opening of space and allowing flow), Become Clear and Still (awareness of breath and thoughts), Gain Power Through Guided Imagery (emotional stability), Alignments (cessation of energy and weight), and Relaxation (calm). These are just some of the many benefits of this advanced and intensive meditation course.

Course Curriculum

Curriculum of 300-hour Meditation Teacher Training Course, covers the advanced topics.

The topics of advanced meditation are many, but generally, people begin with breathing exercises and then move to advanced meditation tools, and from there, they expand their practices. Advanced topics often involve learning how to use mantras, kundalini awakening, guided imagery, visualizations, affirmations, and other spiritual practices to increase awareness and consciousness. People who are meditating for years will have developed a pattern and trust in the meditative process that can be tapped into and used as a springboard for more challenging practices. However, it’s not necessary to have meditated for years before you can bring more depth and breadth to your meditation practices. All it takes is some practice, and once you’ve mastered a few topics of advanced meditation, you can add more to your repertoire. But how do you learn topics of advanced meditation?

There are several ways to go about this. One way is to find a mentor and take classes in advanced meditation with them. Another way is to buy a book on techniques of advanced meditation or download an e-book on the techniques of advanced meditation. Or simply just spend hours browsing through the meditations and philosophies of enlightened masters like Maharishi Pantanjali and St. John of the Cross.

Regardless, of which route you take, the important thing is to discover new ways to expand your meditation practice. The topics of advanced meditation are meant to increase your awareness of your mind and spirit, so the easiest way to do this is to make sure you’re focused and paying attention. And when you’re focusing and paying attention, you can apply more subtle techniques to your meditation sessions. So the next time you’re in a calm, peaceful room, try something new: you might just that by adding a different topic of advanced meditation to your routine, you’ll open yourself up to a whole new world of possibilities.

Topics covered in this course:

Section 1: Technique Training and Practices (TTP)

TTP 101 – Preparations for Meditation

  • Clean your bowels
  • Comfortable Cloth
  • Meditation room, a sacred space
  • Do not think about the past
  • Meditate faces forward
  • Do not attempt to do any meditation exercises when you are tired
  • Get a quiet place where you can meditate.
  • Prepare your mind
  • Cleansing your mind and body
  • Regularity

TTP 102 – Postures of Meditation

  1. Sukhasana (easy pose)
  2. Swastikasana (auspicious pose)
  3. Siddhasana (accomplished pose for men)
  4. Padmasana (lotus pose)
  5. Arddha Padmasana (half-lotus pose)
  6. Vajrasana (thunderbolt pose)
  7. Bhadrasana (gracious pose)
  8. Dhyana Veerasana (hero’s meditation pose)

TTP 103 – Pranayama / Breathing Exercises before Meditation

  • Pranayama
  • Naadi (Energy Channel)
  • Chakra (Energy Center)
  • The Koshas
  • Subtle Bodies
  • Five Vayus (Airs)
  • Three Aspects of Pranayama
  • Essential Guidelines of Pranayama
  • Types of Pranayama

TTP 104 – Concentration developing exercises

  • Trataka (Gazing)
  • Nasikagra Mudra (Nose Tip Gazing Mudra)
  • Shambhavi Mudra (The Eyebrow Center Gazing Gesture)
  • Visualization
  • Mindful Walking
  • Sitting Still in a Chair
  • Fix Gaze on Fingers
  • Fix Eyes on Outstretched Glass
  • Concentrate on Opening and Closing Fists
  • Concentration Increases the Sense of Smell
  • Concentration on the Within
  • Concentrating on Sleep
  • Practice Talking Before a Glass
  • Controlling Desires
  • When You Read
  • Watch Concentration

TTP 105 – Mantra Meditation

  • How Mantra works for mind and body?
  • What is a Meditation Mantra?
  • Why do we recite mantras 108 times?
  • How to Begin Your Mantra Meditation
  • Guru Mantra
  • Spiritual Mantra
  • Deity Mantra
  • Personal Mantras
  • Mangala Mantra

TTP 106 – Vigyan Bhairav Tantra 112 Meditation techniques

TTP 107 – Body Scan

TTP 108 – Yoga Nidra

  • Introduction
  • How Yoga Nidra works
  • How Yoga Nidra restores health?
  • Experiences in Yoga Nidra
  • Doctrine of Karma
  • Karmic experiences
  • Extrasensory experiences
  • General Suggestions
  • Need for a qualified teacher
  • Preliminary Asanas
  • Position
  • How the practice is given
  • Guidelines for ensuring a successful practice
  • Techniques and Practice
  • Short Class Transcription
  • Long Class Transcription

TTP 109 – Chakra Meditation

TTP 110 – Patanjali’s Meditation Sutra

TTP 111 – Hatha Yoga Meditation Sutra

TTP 112 – Dynamic Meditation

TTP 113 – Sankhya Meditation

TTP 114 – Vedantic Meditation

TTP 115 – Adwait Meditation

TTP 116 – Transcendental Meditation

TTP 117 – Buddha’s Meditations

  • Vipassana
  • Anapan Sati (Mindfulness of Breathing)
  • Zen Meditation
  • Mindfulness

Section 2: Philosophy Psychology Lifestyle Ethics (PPLE)

PPLE 201 – The Philosophy, Psychology & History of Meditation

  • Hinduism
    • Upanishads
    • Bhagwad Gita
  • Jainism
  • Buddhism
    • Lankavatar Sutra
    • Diamond Sutra
    • Zen
  • Sikhism
  • Patanjali’s Yoga Sūtra
  • Ethics
  • Practice

PPLE 202 – Secular Applications

  • Psychotherapy
  • Clinical applications
  • Meditation in the workplace
  • Sound-based meditation

Section 3: Human Anatomy & Meditation (HAM)

HAM 301 – Respiratory System

HAM 302 – Endocrine System

HAM 303 – Nervous System

  • Neuroscience
  • Neuroplasticity

Section 4: Professional Essentials (PE)

PE 401 – Teaching Methodology

  • How to conduct Guided Meditation
  • The difference between Guiding Meditations & Teaching Meditation
  • Important Aspects of Guided Meditation
  • 7 Steps to Guide Someone through a Meditation

PE 402 – Tools & Props of Meditation

  • Types of Meditation Props

PE 403 – Professional Development

Course Fee

300-hour Meditation Teacher Training Course

Non-residential
70,000
/6 Weeks Program*
  • Advanced Level Teaching
  • Course Manual Book
  • Lifetime Professional Guidance
  • Work Opportunity

*Course Duration

  • 6 weeks: Weekdays – Monday to Friday.
  • 3 months: Weekends – Saturday & Sunday

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