meditation

Celebrating meditation guidance and gurus.

  • Patrick di Santo
    Published a day ago
    Oṃ 3

    Oṃ 3

    9. (2019) Oṃ, IDP BMI. VO:
  • Macano Nwachukwu
    Published 9 days ago
    The Highest Vibration

    The Highest Vibration

    Let's take a second and meditate together.
  • Steve B Howard
    Published 19 days ago
    My “Kundalini Awakening” Wasn’t “mystical”! It was a Neurological Experience!!!!! No Woo Woo Needed!

    My “Kundalini Awakening” Wasn’t “mystical”! It was a Neurological Experience!!!!! No Woo Woo Needed!

    The most psychedelic thing that ever happened to me was during a group meditation. My wife and I were invited to a Deeksha Giving session in Eugene, Oregon in 2007. I had been a sort of an off Soto Zen guy for years, but at the time I didn’t know much about Kundalini, Shaktipad, or Deeksha, as it was called in this case.
  • Patricia Stone
    Published 20 days ago
    That I Am

    That I Am

    24/7 caregiving causes you to become creative to oftentimes maintain meaning of self. I’ve gone from journaling, to painting, working all kinds of puzzles to finally meditating. After searching Utube for about two weeks, I decided to try meditation.
  • Joseph Esposito
    Published 21 days ago
    Nature As Art for Art's Sake

    Nature As Art for Art's Sake

    Life is composed of a series of events that arise only to collapse. Nature is a perpetual work in progress – a process of infinite change. The rate at which change precipitates is beyond our brain’s capacity to calculate.
  • Jerome Henderson
    Published 22 days ago
    Mindfulness

    Mindfulness

    If there is one thing that I’ve learned through the years, it’s that the mind can be a powerful tool to help guide us and make sense of the world around us. It can help us create works of art, it can help us with various skills and talents, and it can even help us overcome challenges. However, despite the amount of good the mind can do, it can also do a lot of harm. While the mind has indirectly attributed to suffering in the world through creations and actions that have caused physical harm, it can also directly cause suffering to the individual it belongs to. This is usually brought about through ruminating on things that may cause fear, anger, or sadness.
  • Kristin Wilson
    Published 26 days ago
    Meditation for the Easily Distracted

    Meditation for the Easily Distracted

    Does the thought of meditation bore you? Do you find it difficult to sit quietly and calm your thoughts from the hustle and bustle of daily life? Perhaps you just haven't found 'your' method of meditation!
  • Shahin Negahban
    Published 2 months ago
    Your Brain on Meditation
  • Raven Wade
    Published 2 months ago
    I Meditated Every Day for a Month

    I Meditated Every Day for a Month

    This year, I really wanted to get a handle on my anxiety. So I set out to try the most popular remedies and I noticed a reoccurring theme. Meditation made the top of most lists. I had tried it here and there but never consistently. It was hard for me to focus and my mind would wander. Part of me was always skeptical of the process and would never commit to the idea.
  • Sierra Vandervort
    Published 2 months ago
    A Beginner's Dive into Yoga + Meditation

    A Beginner's Dive into Yoga + Meditation

    The yoga world can appear really intimidating. Modern media depicts thin, fit practitioners with their ankles behind their ears and balancing on their heads. I get why a lot of people feel like they “can’t” do yoga! But that’s unfortunate, because the physical strength is such a small part of this greater lineage of practices for your body and your mind. I’ve been practicing for over five years and I still struggle with headstands! That doesn’t mean you can’t try yoga.
  • Reflections of a student
    Published 2 months ago
    10 Day Vipassana Meditation Course

    10 Day Vipassana Meditation Course

    I first heard about Vipassana at the age of eighteen during my first year at University. I didn’t know too much about it, but I was intrigued and remember thinking that I would return to it in the future when the time was right.
  • Leonardo MacKenzie
    Published 3 months ago
    Cello: Mindfulness & Slow Scales

    Cello: Mindfulness & Slow Scales

    It's easy to find playlists of cello music compiled for relaxation and mindfulness. Listening to the low, rich and reedy quality of this string family member can be soothing and uplifting, perhaps touching a nerve through its similarity with the human voice.