Types of Meditation

Types of Meditation

 

We’re living in a world of distractions. Even people with the strongest willpower are finding themselves unable to focus.

Then with each passing day, they find themselves more drained of energy.

It’s therefore not surprising that meditation gets more popular with every passing year.

As more and more studies reveal the profound effects of a regular meditation practice, it seems as if it would be crazy not to try it. Yet, it’s hard to know how to start. In this fast moving world, just sitting and breathing for twenty minutes a day may be the hardest thing one can do.

 

The benefits can be life-changing, even if you don’t believe in life energy. The skills gained from medication can be applied in all aspects of your life. Some even claim that it’s the key to unlocking vast supernatural powers.

Here we present a balanced look at nine of the most popular styles of meditation.

We discuss the history, philosophy, the methods, and any risks or benefits each may have. So read up, but most importantly, find a quiet space, focus on the breath, and develop your life energy.

Check the Types of Meditation below:

Mindfulness meditation is built upon drawing focus to the present moment so that it can be practiced anywhere. It has a myriad of benefits. Learn more...

Pyramid meditation is the practice of sitting beneath a four-sided pyramid structure for the use of amplifying the effects of meditation. Learn more...

Sufi meditation is a varied style of meditation directly connected to the Islamic faith and Sufism. It is also called Murāqabah. Learn more...

Taoist meditation is a collective term for a variety of meditation methods practiced in connection to Taoist/Daoist philosophy. Learn more...

Third eye meditation is the process meditating while focusing upon the third eye, a mystical center of energy between our physical eyes. Learn more...

Transcendental meditation is a popular, but simple mantra-based practice developed by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and made especially famous by the Beatles. Learn more...

Vipassana meditation is a method used by Buddhists to help detach from the cycle of desire and accept the true nature of reality. Learn more...

Zazen meditation is a type of Zen Buddhist meditation technique developed in Japan with the purpose of stilling the mind and removing desire. Learn more...

Zhuanqi meditation is a Taoist breathing technique used to create a union between the mind and qi. The process is built upon a focus on the breath. Learn more...

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