The five senses represent our earliest sensory experiences in the world. How often do we really pay attention to what our senses are saying to us? More often than not, we allow them to get dulled by the constant distractions present in modern life. We tend to forget how powerful our senses are, and we lose the ability to perceive the wholeness of our existence.
Using the five senses – sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste can help you take in what is around you. They can be a great way of helping you to slow down and living in the moment. By frequently calling to attention and sharpening our senses during meditation, we can learn to connect with our bodies, connect with the sensations of the present moment.
In fact, each sense is a wonderful portal to presence. By bringing together all the five senses in a state of meditation, you develop your connection with higher consciousness.
Try this unique guided meditation where you are taken on a beautiful journey of exploring each sense like never before!
Heightening of the senses
Reacquainting with the body
Learning to stay in the present
Calming an anxious mind
Date - 16th February, Sunday
Time - 11 AM to 12 PM
Venue - Dhyaana, Indiranagar
Facilitated by Sheetal Jayaraj & Srinivas Vupadrishta