Meditation Meditation Resources

Want to learn to meditate, but don't know where to start? With the many classes, programs, styles, and techniques out there, it can be overwhelming for beginners. Take this quiz and let us sift through the many options and guide you to the best next step for you.Read More
With a busy schedule and constant distractions, you may find it difficult to teach your children mindfulness. Here are four fun exercises to get you started with cultivating mindfulness in your household.Read More
You may chant “OM” in your yoga or meditation class, but do you really know what it means? Learn how the sound of OM weaves into your daily life, and how it relates to spiritual growth.Read More
Vishnu is seen as the divine arbitrator. He protects justice and moral order by mediating disagreements, whether they involve humans or gods. He is an archetype you might call on when seeking patience.Read More
Brahma, the god of creation, is usually depicted as a bearded, four-faced, four-armed deity. These four faces represent the sacred knowledge of the four Vedas: Rig , Yajur , Sama , and Atharva . The faces symbolize that Brahma is the source of all knowledge needed for the creation of the universe...Read More
Shakti, one of the most important goddesses in the Hindu pantheon, is really a divine cosmic energy that represents feminine energy and the dynamic forces that move through the universe.Read More
Children are being over-medicated for stress- and anxiety-related issues, which are at an all-time high. Fortunately, meditation and mindfulness activities can provide a proven alternative to drugs for stress reduction—and children can find the activities fun, too.Read More
Having expectations during meditation introduces effort and will keep the mind at a superficial level. Letting go of expectations is the doorway to profound experiences—here's how.Read More

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