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Free Online Meditation Course

In our free online meditation course you’ll learn how to meditate and how to become calm, relaxed, happy and enlightened.

We’ve put together the most comprehensive free online meditation course the world has to offer. Over the coming pages you’ll learn many different techniques that will empower you to live a happier, more relaxed, more positive and more enjoyable life. Read more →

free online meditation course

Free Online Meditation Course

Welcome to TheDailyMeditation’s Complete free online  meditation course. Over the pages of this free online meditation course you will learn everything you will ever need to know about meditation. You’ll discover the best meditation techniques, including:  Breathing Meditation, Chakra Meditation, Mantra Meditation, Deep Meditation techniques, Alpha meditation and more. You’ll learn about the science of meditation and the effects of meditation for physical and mental health. Most importantly, you will learn how to use meditation in your own life to achieve your life goals.



Free Online Meditation Course Contents:

  1. What is meditation?
  2. Meditation Techniques: An Introduction
  3. Mindfulness
  4. Breathing meditation 
  5. Zen Meditation
  6. Zen Walking Meditation
  7. Loving Kindness Meditation
  8. Mantra Meditation
  9. Overview of Mantras
  10. Benefits of Meditation
  11. Risks of Meditation
  12. Meditation’s Effect on the Brain
  13. Learning Meditation
  14. Meditation for Specific Purposes
  15. About Transcendental Meditation 

The Daily Meditation Guide : Introduction 

Meditation and mindfulness are becoming more and more popular on these shores. Perhaps this is unsurprising. In a day and age where stress seems the norm, we all need an effective way of handling the pressure of modern day life. Meditation is the key. Whether it’stechniques, mantras, mindfulness meditation, breathng meditation or any other kind of meditation, these activities offer us the relaxation and focus we need. Thankfully, The Daily Meditation guide will show you how you can use meditation in the modern age.



The free online meditation course part 1 : What is meditation? 

Meditation is a technique through which a practitioner trains their mind to realise one of the many benefits of meditation.–we’ll cover the benefits of meditation in a moment.

There are a great many different practices which fall under the term “Meditation.” These practices range from Zen walking meditation to  Mindfulness meditatio and many more forms. These different forms of meditation offer different benefits, from relaxation to improved focus to building energy (prana, chi, qi etc.). The Daily Meditation guide will reveal all these practices and their corresponding benefits below.



The Daily Meditation Guide : The meaning of meditation

“Meditation” means different things in different cultures and in different spiritual and religious groups. It has been a core component of many religions for thousands of years. These spiritual groups use meditation for all manner of purposes. Some groups may use meditation as a form of healing (meditation can lower blood pressure, boost the immune system, help fight depression and anxiety and much more), where others will focus on core personality traits— one of the ways Buddhists use meditation, for instance, is to develop loving kindness.]

The free online meditation course part 2Meditation Techniques: An Introduction 

In The Daily  Meditation guide we will cover all the major types.  Meditation may be done sitting, standing, lying down or while moving (again, Zen walking meditation is a great example of meditation is movement). Meditation often uses objects (the most important is the meditation mala, a necklace of 108 beads that are used to count breaths or mantras while meditating). Meditation can also be done while performing mundane tasks. A Buddhist monk, for instance, would practice meditation while washing.


The Daily Meditation Guide : Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation is one of the most important meditation techniques we cover in The Daily Meditation Guide.  Mindfulness meditation is one of the most popular forms of meditation in the West.

In mindfulness meditation the practitioner nonjudgmentally observes their own mind (for more on this you may also like to study Vipassana Meditation). In mindfulness meditation, the practitioner comes to recognise truths about themselves by quietly and nonjudgmentally observing their mind.

Mindfulness meditation is also about living in the moment. When we practice mindfulness meditation, we focus absolutely on one element of the present moment. If washing dishes, for instance, we would perform mindfulness meditation by placing our focus 100% on the process of the cleaning. This trains the mind to stay in the present moment.

For more on this form of meditation, read The Daily Meditation Guide To Learning Mindfulness Meditation.



The free online meditation course part 3 : Breathing Meditation

Another very popular form of meditation in the west is breathing meditation. As you would expect from the name, breathing meditation has the individual focussing on their breathing. Generally the person meditating will close their eyes and focus on the feeling of their breath entering and leaving through their body.

Breathing meditation is one of the most relaxing forms of meditation. This is arguably the best form of meditation for people suffering from depression, anxiety and stress, but also for people simply wishing to promote relaxation.

Learn breathing meditation 


The Daily Meditation Guide : Zen Meditation

Zen Meditation (Zazen) is the central practice of Zen Buddhism. There are many different practices in Zen meditation. The most basic and most commonly used is a simple breathing meditation. The individual assumes a specific sitting position and a specific mudra (hand position) and meditates on their breathing. This promotes a deep sense of relaxation. Zen meditation also utilises mantras for a variety of purposes.

Read The Daily Meditation Guide to  Zen Meditation HERE. 



The Daily Meditation Guide : Zen Walking Meditation

Zen walking meditation is the most popular type of movement meditation. Zen Walking Meditation is great for developing the mind body connection and for promoting relaxation.

In Zen Walking Meditation the practitioner walks up and down a straight path of around 40 feet in length. The person walks very slowly, focussing their mind on the process of walking (literally focussing on each element involved in taking a step).

Zen Walking Meditation is good gentle exercise which is great for recovery as it gets the body moving while also relaxing the mind.

Read the Daily Meditation guide to Zen Walking HERE 


The free online meditation course part 4:  Mantra Meditation

. Depending on the individual’s spiritual or religious belief they will select a mantra which has been written to create specific benefits. Those of the Hindu faith may, for instance, recite a mantra for money or marriage or for having a child. It is believed that by reciting these mantras the individual will gain the blessing of their gods, who will grant them the benefit they seek.

Mantra meditation is not specific to religion or even spirituality. It can be used very practically for purposes outside of spirituality. For instance, a person who has been suffering from anxiety and depression may meditate on the mantra “I am feeling calm and happy.” This is a very simple mantra but when recited many times through meditation it serves to make the individual’s mind believe that they are feeling calm and happy. Once the individual believes in the mantra they will psychologically set to making the belief come true. This sounds like some form of magic but is based in science. Our mind sets about turning our beliefs into reality. If we believe we are happy we will make ourselves happy. This explains how a mantra works.

Read The Daily Meditation Guide to Mantra Meditation HERE 

The Daily Medtiation Guide to Loving Kindness Meditation

Loving Kindness Meditation is a type of meditation that creates a sense of compassion and love for one and all. Loving kindness meditation is a very important part of Budddhism.

To perform a loving kindness meditation an individual begins meditating as normal (breath based meditation). Once the mind is still, the individual extends loving kindness towards themselves, reciting a mantra that shows love and compassion for themselves. The individual next repeats this loving kindness meditation for their family, then for their friend, then for colleagues, then for a neutral person, then for a difficult person (some may call this person an “enemy” but those of the Buddhists faith would not term it so).

Loving Kindness Meditation creates a sense of universal love and compassion in the mind of the practitioner. This benefits both the individual themselves—who learn to see a world of love and compassion—and those the individual meets (because the individual has learned to shows love and compassion to them).

Loving Kindness is one of the most important types of meditation and should be a staple part of meditation practice.

Read more about Loving Kindness Meditation 



The Daily Medtiation Guide to Mantras and Meditation 

We have briefly discussed mantras above. Mantras are a core component of meditation and each different religion /spiritual group has their own mantras. In fact, many non-spiritual groups also have their own mantras. There are business mantras (“We are creating a successful and sustainable business,” for instance), sports mantras (“Just do it!”) and many other types of mantras.

In religion and spirituality different groups have different mantras. These mantras will have been taken from ancient scriptures.

Many mantras involve much more than simply reciting a phrase. Some mantras, for instance, must be recited a certain number of times, at a certain time of day, at a certain time of the year, or while making an offering to a certain god. Some mantras may only need to be recited 108 times where others may need to be recited over 10 000 times.

There are thousands of mantras for all different purposes. Some of the most commonly used types of mantras include:

Mantras for money

Mantras for marriage

Mantras for a baby

Mantras for peace

Mantras for happiness

Mantras for anxiety

Mantras for healing

And many more.

There are literally hundreds of thousands of mantras for all different purposes and people.

Read the Daily Meditation guide to the best mantra meditations HERE


The free online meditation course part  5:  The Benefits of Meditation

There are a great many benefits of meditation which have been scientifically studied and proven. It is because of the many benefits of meditation for health that doctors have now begun to prescribe meditation as a means of healing.

Among the great many benefits of meditation are:


  • Meditation helps in fighting cancer (source : Efferson-Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine)
  • Improved immune system
  • Less oxygen consumption
  • Higher tolerance of pain
  • Helps beat stress (source :  Journal Health Psychology)
  • Meditation improves school grades (source: University of California, Santa Barbara)
  • Meditation helps arthritis (especially if it is combined with Tai Chi)
  • Meditation helps prevent mental health issues (source: University of Oregon)
  • Meditation helps control pain (source: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience)
  • Meditation makes doctors better at their jobs (source: University of Rochester Medical Centre)
  • Makes us appreciate sound more (source:  Journal Psychology of Music)
  • Helps people to feel less lonely (source: University of California)
  • Improves tolerance for cold conditions( source: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Health)
  • Reduces risk of teen depression (source: University of Leuven)
  • Meditation helps with weight loss (source: American Psychological Association)
  • Improves sleep (source: University of Utah)

Discover more benefits of meditation HERE.




Possible Risks of Meditation

The US government’s National Center for Complementary Alernative Medicine has stated that meditation is safe for healthy people. Some (rare) reports have shown that meditation could potentially worsen the symptoms of people with pre-existing psychiatric conditions though this has yet to be proven with research. Certain meditation practices are not ideal for people with physical limitations (movement based meditations). Those with existing health problems should consult a healthcare professional before practicing meditation.

Perhaps the biggest risk of meditation is that, because is promotes high levels of relaxation, it can sometimes prevent individuals from facing problems in their lives. For instance, a person with financial problems may escape their stressful mind when meditating, but this could potentially prevent them from facing the problem and solving it.


Kundalini yoga has been linked to “Kundalini Syndrome” –which can overwhelm and cause great distress to Kundalini Yoga practitioners.

The free online meditation course part  6:  Effect on the Brain

Substantial research has been conducted to learn the effect of meditation on the brain. This research has used EEG, fMRI and more to learn what happens in the body when meditating.

Richard Davidson and Jon Kabat Zinn have shown that activity in the anterior brain increases after regular mindfulness meditation practice. This increased activity leads to positive emotional states.

Research at the Mind Body Medical Institute has shown that meditation induces biochemical responses in those who meditate. These changes have been termed the “Relaxation Response.” This relaxation response alters a person’s heart rate, metabolism, blood pressure and respiration.

According to the National Institutes of Health, meditation creates a calming effect by reducing activity in the sympathetic nervous system while increasing activity in the parasympathetic nervous system.


The free online meditation course part  7: 

 Mindfulness Meditation in Therapy

Mindfulness meditation has begun to be used in mainstream western healthcare as a means of reduction pain and stress. It is used in hospital on chronically ill and terminally ill patients to reduce complications. Stress has been linked to poor physical health. By reducing stress, meditation improves our overall health.



Meditation and Flow

Mindfulness meditation promotes awareness without judgment. This improves the individual’s ability to be aware of situations and thus to enter a state of “flow,” which is conducive to calmness, well-being and what positive psychologists term “flourishing.”



Insight Meditation and the Brain: Grey Matter

A research by Massachusetts General Hospital, Yale and Harvard has shown the meditation increased grey matter and helps to slow the rate at which the brain deteriorates. The study used insight meditation training and brain scans to show that individuals who practice insight meditation for 40 minutes a day increased their brain thickness. The study also showed that the longer an individual meditates the more positive an effect meditation will have on their brain

Integrative Body Mind Training

Research on college students has shown the Integrative Body Mind Training (which involves mental imagery and mindfulness) improves the integrity and efficiency of brain connections.



Zen Meditation

Research at the University of Colorado has proven that Zen meditation rewires brain circuitry.



Benefits of Loving Kindness Meditation

EEG readings of individuals who had been practicing loving kindness meditation for between 10 and 20 years showed a significant rise in gamma wave activation. The same readings were taken of people who had been practicing loving kindness meditation for only a short time. While the second group’s gamma wave activations were nowhere near as high as lifelong meditators, they still showed a noticeable rise.


The free online meditation course part 8: Learning to meditate 

Meditation can be learnt either through qualified teachers or through self study. The vast majority of meditation techniques are easy to understand and to begin. Provided an individual makes sure to research meditation properly before beginning, there is little reason why meditation cannot be self taught.

It is best to begin with the easiest form of meditation, which is breathing meditation. Breathing meditation will promote relaxation, promote positive changes in the brain and offer the majority of the benefits that we have discussed above.

Learning breathing meditation in easy steps

Simply follow these steps to begin a simple breathing meditation.

  1. Find a quiet place where you will not be disturbed
  2. You may sit or stand and you may use a pillow if you wish. Make sure you have good posture and a straight spine.
  3. Close your eyes and just begin to quiet your mind. Take a few moments to settle and feel relaxed.
  4. Place your focus and attention on your breathing. Feel your breath entering and leaving your body through your nose.
  5. Thoughts will naturally occur as you continue to meditate on your breath. Be aware of these thoughts but do not judge them. Let them pass. Continue to focus on your breathing.
  6. You may find that it helps your focus to count your breaths. If so, begin counting. One full breath equals one count. Slowly count up to ten then begin from one again.
  7. Continue this process for twenty minutes.

Promise yourself to return again tomorrow and meditate.



Meditation for Specific Reasons

Meditation for Anxiety: Anxiety is caused by negative thoughts that overwhelm our mind and induce panic. Because meditation quiets the mind and removes negative thoughts, it essentially removes the cause of anxiety: our way of thinking. Beginning meditation for anxiety is simple and practically all forms of meditation will offer benefit to those suffering with anxiety. Read The Daily Meditation Guide to anxiety and meditation HERE.



Meditation for Anger: Anger, of course, is another thought process much like anxiety. Anger arises when we are unable to accept the present moment (which is usually because of mental associations). By meditating we train our minds to accept the present moment and therefore train ourselves to let go of anger. Read The Daily Meditation Guide to  anger and meditation HERE.



Meditation for Children: Meditation is a brilliant way of helping children to find relaxation and also of promoting compassion and positive behaviour. Meditation for children should be simple so it’s best to stick to the basic meditation techniques.

Read The Daily Meditation Guide to meditation for children HERE.



Meditation for confidence: A lack of confidence is essentially created because of fear. We have, through the years, trained our minds fearfully. We’ve have learnt to associate certain actions with negative consequences. Perhaps we are afraid of failure. There is an associate here between action and a negative outcome. When we meditate we remove that association, learning to act without fear of consequence. There are many techniques in meditation for confidence. Discover more about the link between confidence and meditation HERE.



Meditation for Concentration and Focus: When we meditate we train our minds to focus on one thing absolutely. We remove thoughts and thus all ourselves to be present and attentive to reality. This is something all forms of meditation help with. The best form of meditation for confidence, however, is candle based visualisation meditations. DRead The Daily Meditation Guide to concentration, focus and meditation HERE.



Meditation for Depression: Meditation for depression works along the same principles as meditation for anxiety. When we are depressed our minds are compounded with negative thoughts. When we meditate we learn to remove these negative thoughts and live in the present moment, outside of fear, worry and depression. Meditation is very powerful for depression. Read The Daily Meditation Guide to meditation and depression HERE.



Meditation for Energy: Another key reason why so many people are reading The Daily Meditation guide is to create energy.

Meditation has been scientifically proven to boost brain activity and thus create mental energy. We also conserve the energy we do have when meditating. The average human thinks tens of thousands of thoughts each day. These thoughts have an energy cost. The more we think the more energy we use. When we meditate we slow our minds and therefore do not expend so much energy on useless thoughts. Read The Daily Meditation Guide to meditation and energy HERE.



Meditation for Grief: Grief works along the same lines as the others benefits of meditation that we have discussed here. Grief is the obsession of negative thoughts. Meditation removes this obsession, trains our minds to see reality in a different and altogether more positive light and therefore removes grief. Read The Daily Meditation Guide to Grief and Meditation HERE. 



Meditation for Health: We have discussed the myriad health benefits of meditation above. They are plentiful, ranging from regulated blood pressure to lower heart rate and lower oxygen consumption. There are literally hundreds of benefits of meditation for health. Read The Daily Meditation Guide to 100 health benefits of meditation HERE.



Meditation for Healing: Meditation is used by hospitals on chronically ill and terminally ill patients to help them cope with their situation. Because of the health benefits of meditation (see link above) meditation is also very powerful for healing. Read The Daily Meditation Guide to meditation and healing HERE. 



Meditation for Insomnia: Meditating before bed greatly helps to promote a good night’s sleep. Discover how to meditate for sleep HERE. 



Meditation for Love: There are two ways in which meditation and love come together. The first is in loving kindness meditation, which creates a universal sense of love and compassion. the second is in mantra meditations for love. There are many different mantras for love in various spiritualities and religions. Recitation of these mantras is believed to attract a loving relationship leading to marriage.

Read The Daily Meditation Guide to meditation for love HERE.



Meditation for Weight Loss: Weight loss is one reason why we see so many people reading The Daily Meditation Guide. Mindfulness meditation is a groundbreaking way of losing weight. Unlike diets that focus on what you specifically eat, mindfulness meditation for weight loss is about training your mind to recognise and respect the food that you are eating.

Learn about meditation and weight loss HERE.



Meditation for Optimism / Negative Thoughts: Mindfulness meditation, and long with other forms of meditation, can help us to become more aware of our thoughts. This awareness then allows us to change negative thoughts and promote positivity and optimism.



Meditation for Pain: Many people come to the daily meditation guide for pain relief.  As stated in our section about the health benefits of meditation, meditation is used by hospitals as a way of helping patients to cope with the pain of illness. Meditation is used in cancer, heart problems and many other illnesses to help with both the mental and physical pain. Discover more about pain and meditation HERE. 



Meditation for Relaxation: Of all the reasons people use The Daily Meditation guide , relaxation comes out top.   Meditation is extremely relaxing and allows individuals to enter states of calm and inner peace which they may never have experienced without meditation.

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The meditation for positive thinking which we’ll share on this page is a powerful way how to think positive and how to train your mind to stay positive.


Meditation for Positive Thinking | How To Think Positive

To do this meditation for positive thinking you’ll first need to come up with a mantra that evokes the kind of thought you wish to achieve. For instance, if you want to stay positive about life in general you might choose the mantra “Life is good.” If you want to stay positive about a goal, weight loss for instance, you could choose the mantra “I’m feeling good about losing weight.”

  1. Take a few minutes now to think of a great mantra for yourself. When you’re ready, follow the steps below.
  2. Find somewhere quiet where you can sit in peace for ten minutes without being disturbed.
  3. Close your eyes and focus on your breathing. Continue to do so for five minutes, or until you feel relaxed and focused.
  4. Begin to recite your mantra to yourself. You may say it out loud or whisper it. while doing so, think about your mantra and what it means.
  5. Continue to recite your mantra for ten minutes, while meditating on the meaning of the mantra.
  6. To finish, stop reciting the mantra and simply sit silently for two or three minutes.
  7. Repeat every day.

This meditation for positive thinking is the best way how to stay positive, but remember to stick to it!  Please share this guide on Facebook. Thank you.

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Mahamritunjaya Mantra for Difficult Times

The Mahamritunjaya mantra for difficult times (which you will find below) is a powerful healing mantra popular in Yoga centres around the world. The Mahamritunjaya-Mantra-for-difficult times is used by many facing illness and obstacles. It is said that the mantra has helped many people. Understanding the Mahamritunjaya Mantra for Difficult Times   The meaning of the Mahamritunjaya Mantra for Difficult Times is “we… Read more →


Hindu Mantras For Child

We share three Hindu mantras for child, which will help in getting pregnant. As always, try these mantras now and bookmark this page for future reference.  Hindu Mantras For Child The first Hindu mantra for child is an ancient mantra which requires the woman to have Hanuman, Maruti or darshan for 5 days, then on the fifth day after pooja… Read more →

Mantras for Focus and Concentration

Sometimes you really need a good mantra for focus and concentration. If you’re anything like me then there are times when you’re trying to work, you’re tying your darndest to get your mind to focus and concentrate. But at the back of your mind are all sorts of thoughts distracting you from doing what you’re actually trying to do. Mantras… Read more →


Confidence Mantra for Confidence | How to have more confidence

Mantra for Confidence Mantras for confidence are like a nectar you can pour into your subconscious, where it will ferment and bubble into intoxicating levels of self esteem and general awesomeness. Eh, it’s something like that anyway. When you use a mantra for confidence you essentially train your mind to learn to think in positive ways. Mantras stay in you,… Read more →