Wayist Karman Meditation
Why is it called Karman Meditation?
The Sanskrit word karman means to 'perform an action of spiritual significance'. It shares the same root as the word karma.
The classic regime of twelve moves and their corresponding spiritual and mental exercises is the original foundation of all later developments. From this foundation, several different regimes developed in China for the training of KunfFu and Shaolin.
Short explanation of Karman (Active) Meditation
Karman Meditation is a regime of physical movements, breathing exercises, mental exercises and meditations choreographed into a 20 minute psychonoumatic symphony. (psyche=soul, nous=mind, soma=body)
Karman Meditation is related to ancient Hatha Yoga and Yijin Jing (which is the foundation of ChiGong / Shaolin QiGong and many similar regimes).
Karman Meditation has a track record proven to be of great benefit to people who lead otherwise sedentary lives, and is held in high esteem by Wayists all over the world.
As with all other things Wayist, there are no promises of magic, superpowers, or instant enlightenment associated with Karman Meditation, but the physical, soul and mental health benefits are numerous.
Wayist Karman Meditation improves circulation, muscle tone, bone density, lung capacity, spiritual energy, sexual energy, tendon health, skin tone, mind clarity and physical energy, improves resistance to disease, decreases stress and blood pressure--but it wont help you to break bricks with your head, knock rows of people over, or become a martial arts specialist.
You can learn Karman Meditation on your own, it is really easy to start and you will improve over time. Nevertheless, you will benefit a lot from working with a certified coach for a while.
We have compiled step-by-step guides and training videos to help you learn at home. Thousands of devotees learned this way and still practice their dailies at home.
Some people, however prefer to do their daily meditations with a group of like-minded people who meet at a local YMCA, church or Wayist Center.
It is a matter of best practice that someone in a group be trained to coach, because the true benefits of the physical part of Karman Meditation can only be had if one pays attention to particular subtle turns of a limb, and the gracious of movements accompanied by a peaceful mind and proper breathing exercises. Exercise videos and learning material available from our web sites do a good job to help you learn.
If you do not have access to a coach or group, do your active meditations with the guides that we provide and one day, perhaps you will attend a Wayist seminar and learn to fine-tune your regime.
Active Karman Meditation Scheme