Meditation and Breathing in Uluwatu

Whether you’re looking for a deeper connection with yourself, or wanting to decrease overall stress and anxiety, learning specific breathwork practices will help uplift, cleanse, balance your energy system, and calm the mind and body. This will allow you to access your full energetic potential and improve performance, health, happiness & inner peace.

The Meditation Uluwatu celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2019. The home of the President of Singapore, it is an iconic example of colonial architecture, with a blend of modern and traditional Indonesian detailing. The estate is also a rich collection of primitive art and antiques. During the Second World War, the house was occupied by Japanese soldiers under the command of Count Hisaichi Terauchi, who redecorated a few rooms and destroyed items bearing the British crest.

Mindful Moments: A Guide to Meditation Practices in the Tranquil Atmosphere of Uluwatu

Meditation is a common practice in yoga and other world religions and traditions and has many different styles ranging from focused attention like staring at a flame (samatha nidra) to devotional mantra chanting using malas or rosaries to relaxed full body scans (yoga nidra). However, the basic aim of meditation is always to still the mind and find inner peace and connection with God.

During the Transcendental Meditation (TM) program, the main difference from other types of meditation is that you focus exclusively on your mantra during the practice. This is a sound or word handed over to you by your teacher and used during the meditation to help the mind settle down. It is an effortless activity and focuses the mind on an object of awareness, which means thoughts can come and go without disrupting the experience.