- You say Sahaja Meditation is not like other meditation. More difficult. How long it takes to do this meditation daily?
I didn't mean to imply that Sahaja Meditation is difficult or longer by way of time or effort needed to practice it - just that it is much deeper than other usual forms of meditation in what it offers and also that it is better practiced as a long term commitment.
To your specific question, you will need to practice it for around 15 mins.. sessions, optimally twice a day, once in the morning and evening. However, there are no set rules and you could do more on some days and less on others - this is flexible and it depends on how much of meditation you really need. As you practice Sahaja Meditation, you will become the best judge of how much you need and at what times - that is the best approach.
There are also additional techniques for clearing out the energy centers such as footsoaking and so on that you can learn - these also can be performed as needed.
So, Sahaja Meditation is not difficult or time-consuming when compared to other types of meditation, it's just that you've got to stick with it long enough to see benefits. Also, if you are one of the lucky ones, you could start feeling the cool energy very quickly, in a matter of days...it varies from individual to individual.