3 Most Powerful Meditation Techniques in the World

3 Most Powerful Meditation Techniques in the World

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Powerful Meditation Techniques for Body, Mind, and Soul

Whatever we do physically or mentally to rejuvenate and tranquilize the mind in a constructive way is the meditation. There are many meditation practices around the world according to one’s need, yet there are only a few most advanced forms of meditations. (Read also How to Practice Kundalini Meditation?)

Advanced - doesn't mean the new generation or latest as in the case of technologies. I mean highly evolved traditional procedures that are powerful.  The person requires a better understanding, dedication and good discipline for its success.


These are more oriented towards the ultra-spiritual development that takes one to the culmination of spirituality ensuring the immense health benefits.

In the past sixteen years of spiritual seeking, I came across one of such practices at the beginning. It changed me a lot physically, mentally and spiritually. It’s irresistible to note the regenerative and transformative power of such spiritual practices.

After initiating the kundalini through the Shaktipat process, it made me wonder about such inexplicable energy which has led me further to know more about these fields.

A common man realizes through the mystics that this is the ultimate power of the self that each one of us has to experience. And, it takes one to the actual deeper level of understanding of the cosmos.

It’s true that there is something beyond ordinary people's comprehension. Whereby. those who had an opportunity to visit or been with the Mystics had experienced it.

The below listed three forms of meditations more relate to the kundalini experiences. These are most powerful because the aspirant can directly experience the power of Kundalini.

The methods used in Vipassana are also effective (dissolving the mind) but not directly linked with kundalini experiences.


Here, I am not degrading the other types that are also capable of bringing beneficial changes to the person. Learning any of these forms and digging deeper into its spiritual aspects, later it becomes apparent that the other types of powerful meditations are related to these kinds or come under these classes.

As directly evoking the indomitable spiritual energy (not related to the attributes of physical energy) in the man that leads to the higher levels of consciousness with the systemized forms of techniques held such types in the most powerful meditations in the world.

In the name of yoga, these methods are the synthesis of many traditions and are interrelated. It seems like the trunk of the tree with many branches, where the union of all forms represents the trunk.

Few techniques in a tradition are adopted from other forms such as mantras, hatha yoga, and raja yoga techniques of kundalini yoga. Moreover, extracted from different types that are explicit for such practices.

It is usual to find that these are the forms of interrelated practices.

These practices are distinctive at the base level and become indistinct as when we reach the higher states of the spiritual realm after awakening the kundalini energy.

Even though these practices are ultimately destined for spiritual development yet, anyone can train this for better physical and mental health even in the preliminary stages.

1. Kundalini Yoga Meditation

We can trace the origin of kundalini yoga in the Tantric practices where its primal aim is to awaken the kundalini energy in a predestined manner with the systemized secular form of techniques.

The yoga practitioners emphasize this as one of the most advanced forms of meditation practices. (Read also 10 Remarkable Benefits of Kundalini Meditation)

This practice also has varied methods of awakening the kundalini energy such as the alternate nostril breathing pranayama, golden flower meditation (GFM) a form of kundalini meditation, – that are pragmatic and very efficient in awakening this psychic energy.


The methods used in Kundalini yoga is one of the safest approaches when done with the disciplined practice and meanwhile having a good understanding of its mechanism.

After awakening kundalini, the meditation practices are continued with the illuminated seven chakras. The progress in the meditation practices results in the increase in spiritual energy, better health, reduced stress and heightened awareness that becomes apparent. (See What happens in Our Life After Awakening Kundalini?)

The initial level of this meditation involves concentrating the mind and thus reducing the mental waves. Thereby, the aspirant can experience the gradually emerging greater leap of consciousness.

There are many centers around the world teaching kundalini yoga meditation. The effective methods for the spiritual enthusiasts are of Vethathiri Maharishi’s Simplified Kundalini Yoga and Yogi Bhajan’s centers where the aspirants are initiated to this practice. (Read also Twin Flame Kundalini Awakening - Is It Real?)

2. Kriya Yoga Meditation

The kriya yoga is also mentioned in the tantric texts but they are veiled under philosophical allegory and the techniques have been handed over from the Guru to disciple.

The esoteric forms of techniques used in kriyas are very powerful and effective that suits well with the modern lifestyle.

This form is systemized with the bandhas, mudras, kriyas and pranayama. The Kriya pranayama techniques used here are distinct from other pranayama techniques and the kechari mudra subdues the mind.


Unlike other meditation practices, Kriya yoga does not highlight controlling one’s mind perhaps it is absorbed in the actions. The techniques are mostly based on hatha yoga and are duly focused on controlling the prana. (Read also What is Prana in Yoga?)

One has to do this yoga techniques in a gradual manner. This would help to prepare the body to withstand the greater energy. The kriyas follow the meditation thus resulting in the excited state of the spiritual energy.

The kundalini is awakened through the different stages therefore, the aspirant has more control and insight into what’s happening within him. Revitalizing the chakras is the special form of the Kriya meditation technique which results in higher spiritual energy and deeper level of meditation.

This is also a simplified form and it will take the time to master all the techniques. The breathless state of the body and converting the body to a higher level of vitality are the significant approaches to this practice.

It is notable that there was no sign of the decay of the Paramahamsa Yogananda's body after two weeks of his death. (See How to stay Looking Young?)

The kriya yoga in its advanced form is known to the world through Paramahamsa Yogananda and there are centers around the world that initiate the aspirants in this path.

3. Mantra Yoga Meditation

These are the thought and vibrational energy which probably doesn’t have any literal meaning and are meant to harmonize us with the natural frequency of the Absolute. This is the method of evoking the energy which is also rooted in the tantra that takes one to the higher realm of spiritual experiences.


These techniques are very powerful that an initiated meditator can instantaneously attain the concentration of the mind. It is the speedy process as well as the idle process for some persons. (Read also 5 Most Powerful Mantras for Meditation)

According to quantum physics, everything viz., matter or non-matter, gross or subtle exhibits a vibrational nature. The chakras are having subtle vibrations. When the mantras harmonize with the chakras, then it intend to activate and balance them.

The transcendental meditation is the form of mantra yoga that is effective in evoking the steadiness of the mind. This is the quickest and easiest form of meditation in the case of health benefits. (Read also Kapalbhati - Effective Yoga for Cold, Cough, Headache, and Weight Loss)

This is a popular kind known through Maharishi Mahesh Yogi that has institutes around the world teaching transcendental meditation and mantra yoga.

The book “Why is Kundalini Meditation So Special?” gives a clear understanding of such practices and more over a guide for those who seek the path in this field.

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Praveen Kumar

Praveen is the founder and editor at MindOrbs, an online magazine about personal development, yoga, meditation, spirituality, health, and wellness. He is a postgraduate in Physics, author, and entrepreneur. He is a kundalini practitioner for more than 16 years.