‘In mindfulness one is not only restful and happy, but alert and awake. Meditation is not evasion; it is a serene encounter with reality.’ – Thich Nhat Hanh
Meditation in essence is the state of being mindful. It’s about developing a perspective that overlooks the nitty gritties of regular human life.
It’s about becoming a version of yourself that embraces humanity and contributes to the development of a person who lives without judgement.
The hustle and bustle of urban life engulfs us and sets us into a daunting routine, a routine that is followed through compulsion and not consciousness. A routine that can become dreadful if not attended to with awareness. In an attempt to help us ride this routine with ease, the Zen Club was established at Repos.
The Zen Club takes inspiration from leading mindfulness experts and yoga teachers from all over the world. The mundane working day now begins with a series of mindfulness and breathing practices or kriyas, all with the intention to help calm the mind and stabilize our unpredictable emotions.
What started as an activity slowly transformed the lives of everyone. Everybody left the room with a sense of purpose. A simple goal of capturing the day.
The key is to start with small and consistent steps that would help you become a person with a purpose that is higher than oneself.
Zen club is a place to leave negativity behind and discover the unlimited potential that lies inside you.It is more than the whiff of incense sticks and Om chants. It’s rediscovering human potential and maximizing it.
It’s simply breathing new life into your soul.