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Got asked this the other day and figured there may be a few of you also tossing up this question. So I’ll share my thoughts, and first up, I'm a big advocate of both techniques but for very different reasons. As the practices offer very different experiences and outcomes.
So here’s a comparison:
Learn Vipassana = attend a 10 noble silence retreat (yep no talking, no looking at anyone, no gestures, no reading, no writing, no distractions). 105 hours of meditation. Sitting cross legged on a pillow for up to an hour and no movement expected. Isolated.
Learn Vedic Meditation = attend 4 x 60-90-minute sessions either over 2-4 days. Sit comfortably in a chair with back supported. Interactive.
The Vipassana Technique = first 3 days you concentrate on the breath. Then you move to concentrating on the sensations within your body from the head to the feet, observing the rising and falling of sensation. This focus requires engagement of the left hemisphere of the brain (the part that is for concentration, logic and critical thinking). Once you get home you are expected to meditate for 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon.
The Vedic Technique = You receive a personal Mantra (a sound that means nothing). The mantra used a vehicle to help the mind effortlessly move inward. It is not a source of focus (as then we would be concentrating), we just favour the mantra but never at the expense of any other experience (thought, daydream, noise etc). This technique has been shown to light up both hemispheres of the brain (this is good…). Practice for 20 minutes in morning and afternoon.
Why Vipassana? I’d recommend Vipassana to those soul searchers amongst us, those that want to sit in their shit… see their shadows and demons and come out the other side. It is such a cathartic journey, it’s incredibly hard as it is just you and your thoughts for 10 days, but for the self-journey highly recommend.
Why Vedic? If you are after a tool to help you be less reactive and more responsive, improve performance and just live better than I would encourage VM. Easy, effortless and so good for the nervous system. You get ongoing support from your teacher.
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