Welcome To THE DAILY MEDITATION In Hamilton, ON

The Daily Meditation: Your Home For Meditation & Mindfulness

On THE DAILY MEDITATION you will find everything you need for meditation, mindfulness, yoga and mental health. 

Have you ever noticed how everyone is getting into meditation in 2020?

There are daily meditation books, CDs calendars apps, challenges, journals…

And everyone is doing it: kids, elders, couples, families…

In 2020 the world is awakening to meditation, mindfulness, and other spiritual practices. And we here at THE DAILY MEDITATION have created the ultimate experience for daily meditators.

At THE DAILY MEDITATION  you will find everything you personally need to get started on the healthy, happy, conscious lifestyle. Whether you want to learn Buddhist, Taoist, Hindu or yoga techniques, we’ve got you covered.

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Discover The Best Types Of Meditation For Daily Practice

Here at THE DAILY MEDITATION in Hamilton, ON, we teach 31 Meditation Techniques that all meditators should know.  

Many are Buddhist meditations.  But there are also Hindu and yoga meditation, and some new age meditation techniques too. There are also meditations for atheists.

Below are the most important meditation techniques. Daily use is recommended

Contact us if you would like to take a meditation lesson in Hamilton to learn these techniques!

You may also like to read about the100 benefits of meditation of meditation, such as the fact that it Helps Control Emotions and can help you Quit multiple addictions.’

We also teach mindfulness based CBT and introductions to spirituality (you can read about Why Spirituality Is Important In Life here)

You might also like to learn about the different types of yoga.

*also checkout our spiritual words dictionary, helpful for our students!

 

Here are just a few of the meditations we teach. 

 

Buddhist Methods 

If you want to learn meditation, it is probably best to start doing Buddhist meditation daily.  There are very many different Buddhist styles of meditation, and each trains the mind in a specific way. You can read about specific Buddhist meditations via the link above.

 Mantras For Beginners:

Mantras are sacred words or phrases (similar to spells or affirmations) that we meditate on, for instance the Buddhist mantra Om Mani Padme Hum. By meditating on mantras we can improve health, create happiness, and create many different spiritual health benefits. There are Buddhist, Hindu and Kundalini yoga mantras. There are many different benefits of mantras.

Mudras List:

Mudras are specific hand and body positions used in Hinduism, yoga and Buddhism. There are over 60 major mudras in use today.

How To Become A Teacher

Want to become a meditation teacher? Our tutorial shows you how to start teaching meditation. We will show you why you do not need a meditation teacher qualification. You just need to know the facts and the techniques.

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Products We Recommend

11 Best Tools for meditation

Meditation tools are much more than material objects. They are assets and allies in our quest for inner peace. Especially items that will help you meditate and make your home more Zen, such as some nice meditation furniture. One of the most popular items is a Buddha statue  [READ: Best Buddha Statues]

Best Chairs:

The best meditation chairs, seats, and benches, help you to sit with good posture and help you to focus when meditating. In this buying guide we help you choose the best meditation chairs, seats, and benches for your practice. This will help improve your focus and preent spinal injuries and other problems when meditating.

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The Daily Meditation is based in the Rosedale area of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada near Gauge Park. We’re proud to belong to the community that also includes our spiritual friends, such as Samudra Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Shambhala Hamilton, and Sirmingala, as well as De La Sol Yoga, Aviva Yoga, and In Fine Feather.

We’re proud to be a meditation teacher in Hamilton Ontario.  Nothing makes us happier than sitting on the escarpment meditating over “The Hammer”.

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