Whether you already have a meditation practice, or want to begin one, there is an abundance of online mediation options.
Joining a live online meditation session can help you focus and enhance your practice, while gaining an all-important connection with others.
If you prefer recorded meditations, or simply like to meditate solo, then there are lots of guided practices you can use.
Here are half a dozen options to explore.
Live online meditations
This London centre offers free live meditations, as well as seminars and talks. Schedule and details here.
The well-known Buddhist publication Tricycle is offering free online meditations with a focus on managing the anxiety and isolation associated with Covid-19 and lockdown. Sign up for upcoming sessions here.
For meditation when you need it most, drop into the free 30 minute session, any hour of night or day, with Meditate Together. The website says it aims “to help keep us connected in a time of great isolation, to help us stay calm during a time of great anxiety, and to give us an opportunity to support one another”. Sign up here.
Recorded guided meditations
Positive Magazine Meditation
This YouTube channel offers dozens of guided meditations. The creator has a wonderfully soothing voice and writes, “The meditations are ORIGINAL CONTENT and are NOT scripted; these healing words have traveled with me along my journey to arrive at this moment – they come directly from my heart to yours.” Listen and subscribe here.
Calm’s mission is to help people learn to “maintain moment-to-moment awareness [so] we can make the choices that best serve us in life.” It offers short guided meditations called ‘Daily Calm’ that you can dip into to rejuvenate and refresh your mind. Listen and subscribe here.
This channel offers loads of guided 10-minute meditations, focusing on love, affirmation, healing and positive focus. Its goal is simply to “make a difference in this world, one view at a time.” Listen and subscribe here.
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