Meditation Methods

There are so many meditation methods that many people who want to learn to meditate, will not get any further than finding a list of the methods or techniques.

The reason for this is simple, when confronted with a list of over 100 meditation methods, which one do you choose?, which meditation method is right for me?. Now, I can’t answer that but what I can suggest is try one, if it doesn’t feel comfortable then try another one.

Most of the meditation methods have the same end in mind; they all want to help you find peace and serenity in your lives or help you achieve the goals that you set out for yourself, be it stopping smoking or drinking less alcohol. There is no one correct method; it’s all about what feels comfortable to you and what fits in with your life.
Most meditation methods fall into 2 basic categories:

I once read somewhere, “There are as many methods in which one can meditate as there are waves in the ocean” and when you are looking for a meditation method that suits you this can feel so true, however this free meditation course was designed with this in mind, it is mantra based and is ideal for beginners who need a step by step guide.

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Research has scientifically proven that meditation is a safe and simple way to balance your physical, emotional and mental state and more and more doctors recommend practicing meditation as an alternative to drugs for anxiety, panic attacks, stress, insomnia, depression and various forms of addiction. People pay thousands to learn various kinds of meditation including transcendental meditation which is a multi billion dollar organization. Millions of people globally practice meditation to alleviate stress and enhance their lives with peace and happiness.

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