“If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” HH the Dalai Lama
About Silent State


In the midst of the hectic pace of today's society, SILENT STATE creates moments of calm. Visualization meditation and music have the ability to slow down our restless minds. Through guided imagery, one will be taken on a journey into the beauty of their own subconscious mind. The music of modern-day artists generates as a gentle soundtrack of the unique meditative pause. Rewiring mind, body & brain.

You can find us in the most iconic places around the world; (electronic) music festival, museum, and other big venues. Over 10 thousand people have already been led by Silent State founder Michelle de Bruijn on a meditative journey during a live concert or in our meditation area. 

Founder Michelle de Bruijn: "I believe in the power of differences and diversity. Bringing various insights, backgrounds, and views together creates the potential for synergy".

During a retreat in the Himalayan mountains in India, she came up with a creative concept in which all her diverse interests married into one project. Silent State: a visualization meditation with the music of contemporary artists. At music festival Down the Rabbit Hole the first Silent State Live with Australian artist RY X, a meditation concert, took place in a venue suitable for thousands of people.

Now she travels the world to guide people on a journey into the beauty of their own subconscious mind. A place for tranquility, mind explorations and compassion.
Michelle has a broad clientele; from festivals, music industry, corporates, NGO’s and educational institutes.

She is grateful for the spiritual and scientific teachers that have influenced her life such as HH the Dalai Lama, Ven Gendun Losang, Ven Robina Courtin & Joe Loisso.

Frequently Asked Questions


Is it possible to book a 1 on 1 session?


Yes, to inquire a private session, please fill in the contact form.


Can I do the Silent State meditations at home?


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