Yoga & Meditation

Top 5 Yoga & Meditation Techniques

Best Yoga & Meditation Techniques

Most Popular Meditation & Yoga Techniques

Mastery of Meditation & Yoga now offers hundreds of time tested yoga and meditation techniques to help you achieve your highest potential.  The techniques range for helping you develop your charisma (Eagle Pose) all the way to helping you bring about the cessation of thoughts (SM Meditation Technique).  Since there are so many techniques now available though, I thought it would be valuable to point out which are the top 5 yoga and meditation techniques, that the readers have most benefited from so far.

Before I go into this top 5 list though, I want to point out 2 other recent articles which I think will be valuable in helping you decide which meditation or yoga exercises you should be practicing.

First, there is the article on Chakra Analysis & Healing, which uses the Kundalini Yoga Seven Chakra system to help you analyze your current state, and determine what areas you need the most work in.  This article also points out which yoga exercises or meditations you can do in order to heal these weakest chakra centers.  It is a helpful guide for personal development and spiritual growth.

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Second, there is the popular Ultimate Meditation Techniques Guide.  This guide indicates which meditation technique you should practice, for achieving particular goals and objectives.  It helps you determine the right meditation for obtaining particular results. 

Now onto the top 5 yoga and meditation techniques which are the most popular with the readers.  They are not in any particular order though.  These are the most popular techniques from all the techniques here on Mastery of Meditation based on feedback, emails and comments.

1. Meditation Technique: AUM Mantra Meditation Technique

There are 2 very popular meditation techniques on Mastery of Meditation and the AUM Mantra Meditation Technique is one of them.  This technique is a favorite for anyone interested in opening the Third Eye Chakra and obtaining the powers to know the unknown and see the unseen.

2. Meditation Technique: Zen Meditation Technique

The other meditation technique which is extremely popular and enjoyed by many readers is the Zen Meditation Technique. This meditation is that of Lord Buddha and is excellent for developing the witness consciousness and for Self-Realization.

3. Kundalini Yoga Technique: Sodarshan Chakra Kriya

The king kong of yoga techniques is Sodarshan Chakra Kriya, which I have detailed in the article Most Powerful Yoga Pranayamas & Kriyas.  That title pretty much sums up the attraction of this wonderful yogic exercise.  It is the favorite of those looking to dissolve blockages in their energy channels, develop their internal systems, increase energy and obtain psychic powers.

4. Hatha Yoga Pranayama: Kapalbhati Yoga Pranayama

One of the best pranayamas (breathing exercises) in yoga is Kapalbhati Pranayama.  It is a simple technique, with far reaching benefits.  It is ideal for obtaining physical, emotional and mental health.  What more do your want?

5. Kundalini Yoga: Infinite Energy & Prosperity Meditation Technique

This timeless gift from Kundalini Yoga, Infinite Energy & Prosperity Meditation Technique, is about aligning yourself with the greater energies of the Universe and enabling it to shower upon you energy, gifts and prosperity.

Summary of 5 Best Yoga & Meditation Techniques:

These 5 yoga and meditation techniques have so far been the most popular here on Mastery of Meditation.  So, if you are looking for something to enhance your spiritual practice, you can’t go wrong by picking any one of these profound gems.

If there are other favorite techniques you have, please do share them with us below.  Such knowledge is precious to others looking for guidance on the journey back to the Source.

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3 replies
  1. Thomas
    Thomas says:

    Anmol whats your view on the hu mantra and the five tibetian rights.I think the five tibetian right would be a great addition to your videos.

    Cheers Tommytom

  2. Alex
    Alex says:

    Anmol, would you consider just sitting and “letting go” of everything a meditation? I was doing so hum meditation, when i felt like just letting go of my mind completely. In a way, you could say i was separate from it for a moment. I would like to continue with this “meditation”, but is it a better idea to stay with so hum? I havent had too much success with so hum…and i’ve been doing it for about 1-2 months, about 4 times a week.
    Thanks, Alex.


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