As meditation gains in popularity, there may be some confusion about its benefits and meaning. There are three dimensions to meditation: physical, mental, and spiritual—and they each have benefits as to why you should begin a meditation practice.
Experiences can knock you sideways, but you can always get back up. These seven tips will help you focus on your needs and guide you through the anxiety and fear that often comes alongside trauma.
Cultivating compassion can help you stay present with the suffering you’re facing each day—without getting overwhelmed. Here are three meditations to help you strengthen your compassion muscles so you’re prepared to meet the suffering you witness.
Sometimes sitting can cause distracting and painful sensations in your body, which makes meditation difficult. Luckily, there is not one correct way to sit for meditation, and with these simple stretches, you can prepare yourself.
There are five causes of suffering—the five Kleshas. By first understanding them, you can then begin to transcend them through meditation.
How do you meditate? Do you reflect? Contemplate? Use a mantra? Don’t limit yourself. Learn about eight types of meditation and find the one—or ones—that work best for you.
The transition from summer to fall can be a bit jarring—lots of change both externally and internally. Here are three meditations to help you adjust to the changing seasons.
Fall is a time for winding down and going inward for self-reflection as you prepare for the coming months. Use this guided meditation to assist you with your pruning.
Most people are uncomfortable being out of control—a state that produces anxiety, uncertainty, confusion, panic, and loss of self-confidence. Read how you can stay in control naturally through present-moment awareness.