Meditation is a practice with wide reaching roots in many religions as well as general health and stress reduction. Although meditation often has connections to faiths or belief systems, these are not necessary and indeed can be misleading. Meditation does not require a teacher, guru or specific faith any more than it should be limited by having any of these things.
Offers meditational pointers. History of meditation, its benefits and techniques.
About resonators (inflatables) for meditation, yoga and spiritual development, rubber information and mystical aspects.
Information and links about various methods of meditation.
About the independent, non-profit programme to help in the awakening of the intuition, and highlight its role in the creation of a better world, through meditation and prayer.
An overview of the different types of Meditation.
Describes the technique and its benefits, and provides a reading list.
All about Meditation.
An article By Dr Tom J. Chalko explaining the process and stressing the need for a spiritual teacher.
About meditation experiences of spiritual people.
Offers books regarding a melding of Eastern and Western teachings on meditation techniques, stages of spiritual growth, metaphysical phenomena, and personal development.
Provides knowledge of meditation in a simple language. Includes a collection of meditation techniques and various tips for stress-free life.
Lists meditation groups in Australia. Also offers downloads, a forum, shopping, and an online meditation course.
Offers Meditation retreats.
Free access designed to help people benefit from meditation in everyday life.
Free Guided Meditation Techniques.
Conducts Meditation classes and social service camps.
An introduction to different traditions, forms, techniques, and benefits. Includes links to other resources.
Medical research shows meditation helps treat heart disease, and cancer.
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