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I Found The Brochure Of Maum Meditation. How Can I Get This Service?

Hi, I found Maum Meditation brochure at the store, and when I read it, it seemed very interesting to me. I just wonder how can I start? and If I start, how many hours should I practice a day.. anybody know the answer?
klementine52 klementine52 31-35, F 25 Responses Nov 20, 2012

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Has anyone here gone through completion?

you can get started with Maum Meditation right away as long as you checked out the intro session in your local center and for the meditation hours, of course, the more the better! ;)

You would've started Maum by now. You like it, don't ya?

there should be a list of phone numbers of the centers somewhere on the brochure. The best if you contact the center.

maum meditation is one of the best meditation I ever had. I have tried many meditation program, but this rules over. Trust me.

As far as I know, all Maum Meditation centers offer the free introductory seminar. They give you full details of Maum Meditation and about the mind. It's very helpful actually as it gives you insight about where you are at the moment.
I meditate about 3 sessions every day. I meditate till late (after work..), but it's way better than sleeping and dreaming.

Maum Meditation would certainly help you in many ways. You can join the introductory seminar at the center. Then, you'll grasp what it is about to the full extent, probably. The longer you meditate, the better it is for you. You'll see what it means when you actually experience it on your own. Well, I wish you good luck!

Hello!!!! I am glad you have interest in Maum Meditation! I've been doing Maum Meditation over one year and it really helped me to change my life~~~~ When I went there first, there was a helper who gave me the introductory seminar. I joined and I went there almost everyday. I want to tell you the more you go to the center, the faster you can cleanse your mind. Hope you find happiness as I found*^^* Thanks

I would recommend to do meditation as often as you can. There is no obligated timelimits or anything. You can stay and meditate as long as you want everyday Mon to Sun.

It is simple. you can just call to the local center near your area.. and they will tell you what to do.
enjoy it!

I attend one session(two hours) a day, but on weekends or holidays I stay at the center longer for more sessions, or sometimes I come to the center in the morning for one session and then come back in the evening for another session after work. Meditating in the morning awakens me and meditating after work refreshes me.

I think every practitioner would say the same: first, you can attend the intro seminar if you aren't 100% sure about whether to start it or not. From my experience with Maum, the more you meditate, the better it is for you. People meditate upon their schedule, though.

Attending one of the free intro lectures they hold on a regular basis will be the best place to start. More detail info will be given you after the lecture. In short, the more, the better. You can attend the classes as many as you want.

You can call them and arrange for the intro seminar. Through that session, you will be able to fully comprehend what's going on in Maum Meditation and how it will help you through. Good luck!

Each center operates in different locations worldwide, but how they guide you is very universal. Like everyone said before me, contact one of the centers that is near you. Then all your questions will be solved! :)

They have 7-9 sessions a day, you can go the the center anytime and as many as you want. The helpers there guide you. I try to go there and meditate everyday but if I missed a day or two, I meditate on my day off 3-4 sessions through. If you go to the introductory seminar they will explain you everything.

You can call the center near you. The phone number sometimes changes so you can also check the website! It took me for a while to call them and when I finally did, the person who answered the phone was super nice and explained everything very well. I work so I meditate after work for 2 hours and on weekends I stay for more sessions. They offer classes everyday and the hours are flexible which is very convenient for people like me who has a full time job. Good luck!

I started Maum Meditation after having attended the introductory seminar. I guess the centers offer the introductory seminar. Just call them to check the date. I meditate 2 sessions a day on average, or do the catch up on weekends :p Hope it's helped you.

If I could share my first experience with Maum Meditation, I just called them first and asked them how I can start. They suggested to attend the introductory seminar so that I can have more ideas on concepts of Maum. So I did. And it was pretty fun. People are nice, the center felt so warm and peaceful. Moreover, I was very intrigued by the Subtraction Method.
Thanks to the helpers who encouraged me to get started, now I am becoming more and more free of the stress and the negative minds. :)

Every center runs the same and to my understanding as a student, all first timers should go through the introductory presentation and they explain in detail all of the mechanics/timeframes etc. Hope this helps.

Hi Clementine 52!

To reiterate what the others have said, call your nearest center and drop in to see what it is all about.
Nowadays there are many centers that depending on where you live or work, there could be a Maum center that is close to your job and/or home. So it's pretty easy for you to get there hopefully.

Once you are there you can listen to the introduction and find out exactly what Maum Meditation does and why it is really great.

As far as frequency of meditation,
I suggest trying to get there a few times a week.
just go for one session at a time.
That was my approach.
The more sessions you do, the more of a benefit you will get.
You can do unlimited sessions in one month, so you can definitely get a lot of value when you register.

Go for it and just try it. It can only benefit you.

Hope that helps!

Oh rest of the folks already mentioned what I was going to say. Yup find out the closest local center from your neighborhood and just ask for the free intro seminar. They will be so happy to guide you through that session.

The first thing you should do is go for an introduction. I'm sure you can find the address of the nearby center in the brochure and it will probably also tell you when they will have an introduction. I think most center are more than happy to arrange an introduction at a time that is convenient for you as well, so just call :)

I would say if you can practice two hours a day that would be great! It all depends on your schedule, but the meditation centers are open morning, noon, and night everyday so that makes it easy enough.

Even if it is only possible to practice a couple times a week though, it is still worth it!!

Please call them for an introductory lecture. Then you can schedule an introductory lecture with them. They will help you. I did it same way.

well, for the center I meditate, they offer you a free introductory seminar. If you call the center nearby, they will probably tell you when and how to join the seminar. They'll tell you how to start also :p as far as I know, there is no minimum hours for this meditation. but for me, the longer I meditated, I felt better, basically lighter. hope you enjoy it too!