Welcome to TheDailyMeditation’s Complete free online meditation course.
Over the pages of thi online meditation course you will learn everything you’ll ever need to know about meditation.
You’ll discover the best meditation techniques, including:
- Breathing Meditation,
- Chakra Meditation,
- Anapanasati meditation
- Loving Kindness Meditation
- Deep Meditation techniques
- And oh so much 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.
The Daily Meditation Course: Introduction
Meditation and mindfulness are becoming more and more popular with each passing day.
Maybe that’s not surprising. 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. Meditation offers a healthy, fast and effective way to wind down and to focus your mind. And believe it or not. The simple act of meditating is one of the best things you can do for your health. Just take a look at this list of over 100 proven health benefits of meditation.
There are so many reasons to learn to meditate. So, let’s get started.
The free online meditation course part 1 : What is meditation?
Meditation is a technique in which you train your mind to focus. Focus on what? That’s actually where different types of meditation come in.
There are a great many different meditation techniques. They range from Zen walking meditation to Mindfulness meditation and on and on through more than 700 different forms. These different forms of meditation offer different benefits, from relaxation to improved focus to building energy (prana, chi, qi etc.).
In this free online meditation course we’ll be looking at the most important meditation techniques and why you would want to do them.
The meaning of meditation? Well, that’s up to you
“Meditation” means different things in different cultures and in different spiritual and religious groups.
Meditation 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.
So really, meditation means different things to different people. And everyone has their own reason for wanting to meditate. I’d love to hear about why you want to learn meditation. Leave a comment below.