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.
Here at The Daily Meditation we teach a combination of classical meditations based on teachings from The Pali Canon and the works of S N Goenka. We also teach modern mindfulness methods similar to those created by John Kabat Zinn, and yoga meditations based on the works of Patanjali in The Yoga Sutras. We inspire our followers to practice daily meditation for health and happiness.
Below are the most important meditation techniques. Daily use is recommended
Contact us if you would like to take an online meditation lesson in Hamilton to learn these techniques!
You may also like to read about the100 benefits. Research from institutes like Harvard Medical School and The University of California show that 20 minutes of daily meditation can revolutionise your health and happiness. For instance, we have been successful in using our online meditation lessons to help people Quit multiple addictions.’
Here are just a few of the meditations we teach.
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. We’re always inspired by the likes of Sharon Salzberg, Pema Chodron, and Thich Nhat Hanh and we use their wisdom to inspire our online meditation lessons in Hamilton.
Mantras are sacred words or phrases (similar to spells or affirmations) that we meditate on, for instance the Buddhist mantra Om Mani Padme Hum. You may have heard Deepak Chopra discussing these. 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 are specific hand and body positions used in Hinduism, yoga and Buddhism. There are over 60 major mudras in use today.
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. We’ve put all the best wisdom from places like
International Mindfulness Teachers Association and the International Mindfulness and Meditation Alliance into our guide.
*checkout our spiritual words dictionary, helpful for our students!