About Kunjan Chauhan
As a child I was immersed in the mythological narrative of India as well as other major religions. I was enthused by tales promising great powers and wisdom.
These same tales, instilled in me an earnest desire for the truth and simple answers that would explain my most pressing questions. Religion with it’s many biases and dependencies on “rules” was only partially acceptable. It made no sense to me why any one religion should be true and the others false. Science and logic were great, but limited to our physical, four dimensional world and when pushed to the limits, limited to Einsteinian thought experiments and theorems. Poetry and literature fed my emotional needs and filled me with wonder but were ultimately limited in that the experience was filtered through internal mental and emotional constructs.
Without quite realizing it, I started meditating at the age of nine. Today after forty years of practice, I have made significant progress. I have experienced much and no longer need emotional props, faith or intellectual models to encourage me in my practice. I feel balanced.
I now teach at the request of my teacher. It is only right that we who have benefitted, also take time to teach others wishing to follow and to experiment.
My mission in teaching meditation is simple. I would like all my students to reach the highest stages of self-realization and in doing so to achieve peace and serenity in all that they do and all that life throws at them.