A World of Meditation: Contemplative Practices From Many Faiths

MEDITATION MENU
WALKING MINDFULNESS KABBALAH MANTRA ZAZEN
LABYRINTH LOVINGKINDNESS SUFI INSIGHT TRANSCENDENTAL
CENTERING PRAYER DZOGCHEN ROSARY CHAKRA TONGLEN





Today's meditation landscape is so crowded with different practices, you might need to take a few deep breaths before diving in. Increasingly, meditation is being practiced by people of all religious, spiritual, and secular leanings—as a way to embrace the silence between thoughts and make room for the sacred. Beliefnet invites you to explore a multifaith selection of meditations, nearly all with audio instructions. Whether you are an experienced meditator or a beginner just testing the waters, it should be easy to find a style below that suits you. So just click, relax, and listen. And don't forget to breathe.

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  • Walking meditation
    From "Guided Meditations" by Bodhipaksa, courtesy of Wild Mind.
  • Mindful Moving
    From "Meditation for Optimum Health" by Dr. Andrew Weil and Jon Kabat-Zinn, courtesy of Sounds True.
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