Meditation Trainers - Level-1

(i) Eligibility:

1. Age above 20 years.
2. Should have attended at least one eight day Preksha Meditation Camp.
3. Should have completed 15 days Preksha Trainer Level-1 training.

(ii) Syllabus:

1. Theory : Elementary knowledge of Preksha Meditation (Meaning of Preksha in context of Preksha Meditation, various exercises of Preksha Meditation, objective, underlying philosophy, scientific basis, process, outcome and benefits).

2. Practical : Ability to impart training of complete relaxation(kayotsarg), Preksha Meditation in four steps(Relaxation, Internal trip, Perception of breathing, perception of centre of enlightenment)
- Yogik Kriyaen : Exercise for forehead, eyes, ears, neck, shoulders and arms.
- Asan : Tadasan, Trikonasan, Padhastasan, Uttanpadasan, Sarvangasan, Matsyasan, Pavanmuktasan, Bhujangasan, Shashankasan, Ardhamatsyeandrasan.
- Pranayam : Anulom-Vilom, Kapalbhati, Ujjai

(iii) Eligibility for passing examination:

1. Theory : 60% & above marks.
2. Practical : 80% and above marks.

(iv) Responsibility after passing examination:

1. Minimum three hours practice of Preksha Meditation every week.
2. Minimum 50 hours coaching Preksha Meditation every year to others.

Download Preksha Trainer Certificate Examination Registration Form: Level-1

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