Turning your light inward and embarking on the path of self-inquiry is a simple but powerful method of meditation.
Through the practice of yoga, you can learn to hear—and follow—your inner guidance.
Quiet your racing mind and tune in to the stillness that resides inside you by practicing mantra meditation.
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Confronting a stressful situation is hard, but if you go with the flow when dealing with stress, it may become easier.
Quieting the mind doesn't have to mean shushing your many inner voices. By letting them have their say, you can discover the all-encompassing stillness of Big Mind.
To harness the energy of the mind, you must learn to see beyond the content of your thoughts to their very substance.
Learn how to infuse your hatha yoga practice with metta in motion to find your lovingkindness.
Having thoughts arise during meditation is normal, but are you clinging to these thoughts rather than simply watching them drift by?
Surrendering to the unknown is less frightening if you have faith that something will catch you when you fall—whatever name you call it by.
Learn how to create a moving meditation in your daily life with mindful nature walks.
By visualizing your heart as a lotus flower, you can begin to create a safe, comfortable place for your mind to settle.
Learn why you should vocalize your mantras instead of silently thinking them to benefit the heart and the central nervous system.
Put aside your expectations and allow your mind to relax into its true state of meditation.
When we begin to practice meditation, we come to recognize the sense of limitation that has been imposed on our lives.
What keeps a meditation practice going for 25 years? Renowned author Natalie Goldberg offers some insight.
Knowing what to do with your wandering thoughts is perhaps the greatest challenge for meditators.
Finding the right concentration technique for your meditation practice means opening as many doors as possible.
If you're having difficulty meditating because of back pain, you could be sitting incorrectly.