Learn about the different types of meditation that people practice. Each type requires its own kind of discipline, and provides its own benefits. ...

While the word “yoga” refers to a vast range of things (from moral-ethical codes to discipline of the body and mind) its practical emphasis always lies in the breath. Yogic meditation is often called pranayama — loosely translated as “breath control.” While Buddhist meditations tend to focus on passively observing the breath, yogic meditations, like pranayama, focus on actively controlling ...

Children who meditate can experience many of the same benefits as adults. Follow these simple steps to teach your child to meditate! ...

Japa meditation takes mantra meditation one step further by introducing beads.  The use of beads incorporates the sense of touch to our meditation. ...

Here are five of the best meditation apps for 2017 to help you in your search for serenity. ...

Loving Kindness Meditation is used to develop feelings of empathy, compassion, and love in the mind and heart of the meditator. ...

1. Sit outside in a comfortable spot, in a comfortable position, with spine straight and tall. If possible, sit so that you are facing directly toward an object that you can keep as the "center" of your visual field. ...

Step 1: Realize that you are experiencing your environment right at this very moment... mostly through your eyes, ears, and body sensations. Stop for a moment and notice your experience of your surroundings, right now. ...

No time to meditate? Here’s an easy five-minute meditation for people who don’t have time to meditate more extensively. ...

This is a specific walking meditation technique practiced by Buddhist monks in the Thai Theravada tradition. ...

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