Vedic Meditation

You can think, you can Meditate

Hello and welcome, My name is Mathieu, I’m a Vedic Meditation teacher and I’m proud to present to you a technique that has been a real support and source of empowerment in my life. Please have a scroll and don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or if you’d like to participate in a free intro talk. Enjoy

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It is practiced while sitting comfortably with the eyes closed for 20 minutes twice each day, morning and evening.

The technique has its origins in a 5,000 year-old body of wisdom derived from India known as the Veda. It is the result of thousands of years of research and investigation done by ancient Rishis into the subtle inner workings of the mind, body and consciousness.

From the Veda comes everything we know about yoga and the health science of Ayurveda. This is why many of our colleagues refer to the practice as “Vedic Meditation”.

Vedic Meditation uses a Mantra that leads the activity of thinking to come to rest while the mind remains fully awake and alert. This is a unique state of restful alertness also called pure consciousness.

As the mind de-excites and experiences its least excited state, the body gains a state of deep rest.


Most of us live busy challenging and demanding lifestyles. The demands seem to increase but the time in the day doesn’t. In turn, we demand more and more of ourselves each day. The result is Stress.

Vedic meditation is the ideal natural antidote that eliminates stress and helps the mind and body to rapidly recover from its effect.

Millions of people credit their daily meditation practice with giving them access to an abundant supply of happiness, good health and helping them reach their fullest potential.

The technique is so simple that absolutely anyone can learn, even kids.

I would un-reservedly recommend Mathieu as a teacher of Vedic mediation to anyone hoping to learn and
receive on-going guidance.

Simon Robson - Freelance Director

The difference this practice has made to my
world has been significant, and I have not missed a
day since I completed the course…

Caroline Pegram, Innovation and Strategic Partnerships

Mathieu is a beautiful soul, yet down to earth and makes the practice simple and easy to access, no fuss just good stuff.

Christina Nahum - Hair stylist and Salon owner


Before beginning the course you’ll have to attend a free introduction talk.

You’ll get the opportunity to learn about Vedic Meditation.

This talk, which runs for about 1 hour, is completely free of charge and obligation.

The meditation course consists of four sessions held over consecutive days. Courses are conducted in groups or privately for 4 days.

Here’s how the days are structured:
Day 1: (45-60 minutes) you get given personal instruction in the basic steps of how to meditate.

Days 2, 3, 4: (90 minutes each) the technique is refined and further instruction is given on the mechanics of meditation. Knowledge is provided on the effects of meditation on the mind and body.

By the end of the four-day course, you will have mastered the technique and will be able to practice on your own.

Once you learn it you have it for life.

Once you have completed the Vedic meditation course, you’ll then have access to FREE weekly group meditations for Vedic meditators only. You also have the option to take the course again for free as a refresher.

You become part of the Vedic meditation community world wide.


At least one parent must have learnt Vedic meditation and the child is open to learning.

The Child technique courses for kids aged 4 to 12 is free with the contribution being a piece of original artwork as done by the child.


A variety of pricing options are available which covers individuals, couples, students, and private courses.

Please contact me to discuss your options.

People experiencing financial difficulty can contact me to discuss further options.


Will I be able to meditate successfully?

Yes, because Vedic Meditation is completely natural. Anyone can learn this meditation, it requires neither specific skills nor the adoption of a particular lifestyle.

Does this technique conflict with my religious beliefs?

No. This is simply a practical technique that provides immediate benefits in every area of an individual’s life – mind, body, behaviour and environment. You do not have to take on any beliefs, change your name or wear specific clothes. People of all races and religions practice this meditation.

How does Vedic Meditation differ from other types of meditation?

The Vedic Meditation technique is unique and essentially different from other forms of meditation and relaxation. Other types of meditation generally involve concentration (focusing the mind through effort) or contemplation (thinking about the meaning of something).

Vedic meditation is a completely effortless technique that de-excites the mind in a natural and spontaneous way.

What is the relationship between Vedic Meditation, and Transcendental Meditation, as taught and promoted by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi?

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was a revered spiritual teacher from the Shankaracharya lineage of the Vedic tradition.

Mathieu Carlot teaches Vedic Meditation and was trained to teach this form of meditation by Thom Knoles. Thom was trained as a teacher of Transcendental Meditation (“TM”) by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (“Maharishi”), and taught it for over 25 years with organizations affiliated with Maharishi. Since 1997, Thom has continued to teach this meditation as he learned it from Maharishi, and has done so independently and separately from the TM organizations, using the terms “Vedic Meditation". Thom Knoles trained Mathieu to teach meditation as Thom was trained to teach meditation by Maharishi. Mathieu teaches Vedic Meditation independently and separately from TM organizations, and is not affiliated with those organizations.

Is there any religious affiliation with Vedic Meditation?

No, Vedic Meditation is a natural ‘mental technique’ that facilitates the experience of a deep meditative state within the body and mind. The technique originated in ancient India so carries that faint flavour, but Vedic Meditation is non-religious. The meditative state is something everyone gains from regardless of what they believe.

Will I have to change my life and give up things like coffee and alcohol?

No. You are not asked to give up anything.

Will it take years to master?

No. By the end of the meditation course you will be able to meditate on your own. Group meditation meetings are provided to ensure you stay on track with your practice.

After a successful career as an art director and designer in France and Australia, I understood that my role was not only to create for others but also to help people reach their full potential.

This realisation started in mid 2008 when I learnt meditation as I had trouble managing stress and was looking for a sustainable way to canalise my energy.
After being introduced to Vedic Meditation, it wasn’t long before this simple, effortless practice, created a profound shift. The practice infused my life with clarity and a taste of pure creation.

After 6 years of intensive meditation, retreats, travelling in India and studying the Vedas, I finalised my initiator training in 2012 in Bali.
I was trained by Thom Knoles (Maharishi Vyasananda Saraswati), internationally recognised as the world’s foremost expert on Vedic Meditation.

Having experienced cancer on an intimate level, I am an expert on the subject. I help people to integrate Meditation in their healing process, in order to go through the experience in the most comfortable way.

I’m an independent teacher of the subtle art of Vedic Meditation in Australia and France. I’m not part of or affiliated with any company or organisation that teaches meditation.

You can find me in a local French boulangerie, surfing, in a creative studio, or in India at the foot of my Vedic Master.

I combine my artistic skills with my spiritual knowledge to bring to the world a modern but authentic picture of the Vedic worldview.

Don’t hesitate to contact me for any questions, I’ll be happy to meet you.