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Detailed instruction on how to sit zazen (seated meditation) in various positions – full lotus, cross legged, using a chair; also tips on breathing and how to go into and out of meditation periods. Zen Meditation instruction is provided by Yokoji Zen Mountain Center, a Zen Buddhist Training Center located in the Southern California mountains. […]

Adyashanti explains clearly what enlightenment really is, and what it is not. Mainly, that enlightenment is not an altered state of consciousness as what most people believe. What we perceive every day through the distorted lens of ego is the truly altered state. Enlightenment, on the other hand, is perceiving things as they really are, […]

Neuroscientist Zoran Josipovic explains what happens in the brain during three types of meditation: subject-oriented, object-oriented, and nondual awareness. In his research, Zoran discovered that, depending on the focus of the meditation, different structures of the brain are activated. Transcript: One thing that we can notice is that different meditation techniques have different effects on […]

Zen master Ruben Habito of the Sanbo Kyodan lineage describes the three fruits of Zen practice. Transcript: What is Zen? Zen is about paying attention, and in doing so, awakening to the dynamic reality of each present moment. This is a way of life whereby we are able to give ourselves time on a daily […]

Don’t have time to meditate? This video shows you how to meditate in a moment, starting with a minute. Just enough time to progressively reduce stress, improve focus and find peace throughout your day This animated video is based on Martin Boroson’s popular book, One-Moment Meditation. Transcript: Since you’re watching this video, I bet you […]

Vedic meditation teacher Gary Gorrow describes the many physiological benefits of practicing meditation. According to Gary, when you practice Vedic Meditation your body rests in a state several times deeper than sleep. This profound rest creates the perfect conditions whereby your mind and body can purify and normalize, throw off stress and fatigue and come […]

Nonduality teacher Adyashanti addresses the central teaching of the Buddha, which is the idea of “self.” He invites a direct investigation and experience of who we really are: what is it that we identify as the “self” and does it really exist? Transcript: Up until you see beyond it, everything is dominated by one’s self, […]

In this guided meditation, Tibetan Buddhist meditation master Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche gives simple instructions for bringing awareness to the body, sensory experience, surroundings, space, and awareness itself. The main point of the practice is to fully embrace the present moment with mindfulness and awareness. Meditation instructions as transcribed from the video: Please keep your spine […]

Benedictine monk Laurence Freeman, Director of The World Community for Christian Meditation, expounds on the teachings of Jesus regarding prayer and contemplation. Fr. Freeman describes the different elements of the teaching and their practical applications that lead to finding God within. Transcript: Jesus is called a teacher more often than by any other name in […]

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