How to Meditate

Sit, Stand or Walk, but find some inner peace.

AND a deeper, more natural sense of self. This is what it means to meditate. This site is here to explore and offer testimony to the many methods and means we use in our meditation practices. Search by subject, or explore our history of interviews and articles. New to meditation, try this beginner's guide.


Non-Doing

an article by Benjamin Dean

Posted on October 31, 2016



"Is your cat morally sound? Is the tree in your backyard capable of evil? Yes and No. Nature is beautiful. Good and evil are polarities. We are seeking something beyond both- life. How do we get out of our own way? The answer is to get out of our heads. We must come to terms with who we are. We must get in touch with our core being-beyond identity. The answer lies in letting go and allowing oneself to be the instrument of the one creator. We must drop the ego."

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On Life's Terms

our most recent interview, with Adam Tebbe

Posted on April 1, 2017



"A meditation practice allows me to not outright reject those things we may say are harmful or not beneficial in our practice, like spending long hours working at a computer. Instead, meditation practice simply allows me to accept my life on the terms my life presents to me."

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