During sitting meditation, practitioners usually assume a stable position (such as the lotus). To regulate the mind, awareness is directed towards counting or watching the breath. This is explained in detail below with the Quick Start Guide for beginners or those who need to review the basics. The intermediate guide is for people who want an overview about Zen mediation, its opportunities and pitfalls, and want to see a variety of meditation methods.

During sitting meditation, practitioners usually assume a stable position (such as the lotus). To regulate the mind, awareness is directed towards counting or watching the breath. This is explained in detail below with the Quick Start Guide for beginners or those who need to review the basics. The intermediate guide is for people who want an overview about Zen mediation, its opportunities and pitfalls, and want to see a variety of meditation methods.

MEDITATION QUICK START GUIDE

The quick start guide is for people who have never meditated before, or who feel reviewing the basics would be beneficial. Meditation Quick Start Guide (click here)

MEDITATION INTERMEDIATE GUIDE

The intermediate guide is for people who wish to get an overview of mediation including a variety of meditation methods, and some of the opportunities and pitfalls involved. Meditation Intermediate Guide (click here)