You want to start meditation, but are unsure what to expect from it. The truth is, everyone experiences meditation differently. Your experience will differ from someone else. So what can you experience? Read on.
“Pain first?” you may ask yourself, “are you trying to scare me?” No, just being … Continue reading →
When a meditator asks a non-meditator whether or not they meditate, they will occasionally joke by saying “Yes, every night, I zone out for about 8 hours.” In other words, they say that meditation is simply a form of sleep. Although they both recharge and relax the body, sleep and … Continue reading →
Learning meditation is not hard, a simple Google or Bing search can give you plenty of techniques. Even clicking the “Meditation Techniques” category on this page can give you techniques. However, many people say that they can’t practice meditation because “its too hard.” So is it … Continue reading →
This question is simple to answer. You can meditate at anytime that is comfortable for you. This could be in the morning, afternoon, or evening. You can meditate once a day, or twice a day, or more if you are up for it.
If you see meditation in popular culture (movies, books, etc.), you may think that you need to meditate in seclusion, in a cave, in a temple, etc. Although you can meditate in these places, you do not have to.
When some asks you “Who can meditate?” what do you think of? If you never meditated before, you would think buddhists, people who practice yoga, and people who practice martial arts. You would usually never answer “you” or “me”.
Here, both new and veteran meditators can get tips and learn about meditation to start out or improve their practice. New meditators can learn about meditation through our blog, while veteran meditations can submit guest posts.