For a couple of years now, I have been bringing together wisdom from multiple disciplines and my own practice on this blog… my goal in this is to help you Cultivate Consciousness, and direct it towards peace, power, and happiness…
There are, however, some other great blogs out there that cover a similar topic area.
A fellow seeker/blogger, with a great site, is Anmol Mehta.
His blog focuses on Zen, Yoga, and Meditation…
And it is an excellent resource!
AnmolMehta.com is one of my favorite sources of online wisdom on meditation and zen.
It is my absolute favorite source online for videos of yoga exercises and asanas.
As you scroll through the tons of incredible content on AnmolMehta.com/blog/ you will find a variety of tips and techniques which can revolutionize your practice, and help you just take a little more enjoyment in the rest of your life as well.
If you take the time to go through one of Anmol’s free online courses (AnmolMehta.com/blog/classes-online/), I’m certain you will be impressed by the videos as well as the rest of the content.
I’ve recently purchased his e-book ($10), and I highly recommend it. It is filled with fascinating stories that teach at multiple levels, and explanations that clarify things nicely.
Anmol provides an incredible amount of free video content on his site
This is one such video… it explains one of the simplest yet most profound meditations out there:
I found this video particularly interesting. One of the early meditations I started out with comes from Kundalini Yoga, and involves swaying/rocking back and forth through out the meditation… to awaken energy and begin to bring it up your spine… other sources I have been studying recently have been discussing the benefits of completely still meditation… and then I found the same being spoken about in this video. This strikes me as synchronicity, and has inspired me to start playing with more still meditations to augment my more active practices.
The more I play with these practices… the more I see the benefits everywhere in my life!
The only cautionary critique I have of the site is also one of its strengths… There is an incredible amount of content there! It can be a bit overwhelming. I recommend you visit the site in a focused state… have a plan and stick with it… just read the most recent blog post, or start one of the online classes… stay focused… and if you find your self enjoying it, you can gradually branch out from there…
That’s exactly what I’m doing!
Anmol is great about giving links to related articles, classes, etc.
AnmolMehta.com is an incredible resource of techniques and concepts in Zen, Yoga, and Meditation.
All of these disciplines help to build focus and relaxation… Keep in mind the better you get at focusing and letting go, the better you will begin to become at anything you put your mind to.
All your skills, thoughts, and emotions will begin to flow.
Study, Focus, and Flow…
P.S. Every so often… a person can fall into tedium in practice… no matter what the practice is… AnmolMehta.com has been my most recent way to wake back up, get excited, and love the practice of meditation, mysticism, and personal growth. I hope you visit the site, today. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!