Learn How to Meditate

Learn How to Meditate | Beginner’s Meditation Class

Meditation for Beginners

Learn How to Meditate

Free Online Beginner Meditation Class – Course #100 

Interested in Meditation?  Want to learn how to meditate?  Don’t know where to begin?  Then this class is for you…

Lately I have been getting many requests from those who are new to meditation, on how to learn this wonderful spiritual science and how to establish a personal, daily meditation practice.  Perhaps this is because the widespread benefits of meditation are now well recognized by the establishment, or perhaps it is because humanity is in the midst of rising to a new level of Conscious Living.  In either case, this Beginner Meditation Class will provide those new to meditation all the guidance they need in order to learn this great art. 

This class is part of the Free Online Yoga & Meditation Classes that are offered here on Mastery of Meditation.  To learn how these Yoga & Meditation classes are structured, you can watch the video on the Free Online Yoga & Meditation Classes page or read the Free Online Yoga & Meditation Classes FAQ.

Learn How to Meditate

In brief, this page has links (which are in green) to all the instructional meditation videos and how to meditate articles you will need to complete this course and learn meditation.  You may start the class anytime you wish and to register, just leave a comment in the comments section below.  You do not require anything more from me in order to join and participate in the class.  If you are inspired, just start.

Learn How to Meditate | Beginner Meditation Class Overview:

This Beginner Meditation Class is, as title implies, designed to help you learn how to mediate.  The absolute key to learning meditation is doing it and that is the core focus of this class.  Although the course does incorporate several important instructional articles to help you deepen your understanding of meditation, the key focus of the course is to guide you step by step on how to actually meditate.

In addition to the instructional articles mentioned above, this Learn How to Meditate Class also uses free meditation instructional videos, from the Free Online Guided Meditation Videos, and free yoga breathing exercise videos, from the Free Online Yoga Breathing Exercises Videos.  The links to the specific videos used by this class are in the syllabus below.

This class will teach 2 very powerful meditation techniques, both of which have shown to be of immense value and benefit to the practitioners.  The first, Breath Meditation (or Zazen), is the heart of Zen Buddhism and many Eastern meditation systems and the other, Mantra Meditation, is the core of Hindu as well as some other meditation systems.

This course is designed for 2 weeks, but, of course, the objective is to to help you establish a lifelong meditation practice.  In this post I will provide the program objectives, details, syllabus and participation guidelines.  Please read through everything carefully so you will be able to get maximum benefit from the program.

If you have any questions regarding the Learn How to Meditate | Beginner Meditation Class, please feel free to email me at anmol@anmolmehta.com

Learn How to Meditate | Beginner Meditation Class Objectives:

 

  1. Learn how to meditate.
  2. Reduce stress while creating inner peace and tranquility.
  3. Help the body heal and cure itself.
  4. Develop clarity of thought and improved brain function.
  5. Discover spontaneous joy and inner happiness.
  6. Develop intuition and unleash your gifts and talents.
  7. Align yourself with your Higher Self, find your true purpose and uncover your True Nature.
  8. Develop the Witnessing Consciousness and Moment to Moment Awareness.

Learn How to Meditate | Beginner Meditation Class Details:

 

Class Structure:

Each day’s session consists of 2 sections: Simple Yoga Breathing exercises (pranayama) and Meditation Practice.  The total time for this class is approximately 20 minutes / day.

Required Reading:

 

Suggested Reading:

 

Course Materials (Free Meditation Videos, Free Yoga Breathing Videos, etc.):

 

Learn How to Meditate | Beginner Meditation Class Syllabus:

 

The following describes the 2 sections comprising the 20 minute daily breathing and meditation session for this class.

Each breathing exercise and meditation technique below is a link to the article with all the details you need.

Each day do the following…

Section 1: Yoga Breathing Exercises Section

Total time 1-5 Minutes.

  • Chakra Balancing Breathing Exercise (Anuloma Viloma Pranayama): Anuloma Viloma pranayama (or Alternate Nostril Breathing) is excellent for preparing your mind for meditation.  It will calm the thought waves, relax your entire system and make it easier for your to meditate.  Start with 1-2 minutes and work up to 5 minutes.  The link above includes a free video on how to practice and master this important breathing exercise.

Section 2: Meditation Section: 

Total time 5-15 minutes.  Learn and practice Zazen (Zen Meditation Technique) for week 1 and learn and practice So Hum Mantra Meditation for week 2.   Going forward choose the one you like more and allow it to take you deeper.

  • Zen Meditation Technique (Zazen): Zazen, or breath meditation technique is perhaps the most popular of all meditation techniques.  It is an excellent method with which to learn meditation.  The title link is to the article which includes a step-by-step guided meditation video on how to practice Zazen.  This meditation is suitable for both beginners and advanced practitioners alike.  Start with 5 minutes and build up to 15 minutes.  Do this for week 1.
  • So Hum Mantra Meditation Technique:  One of the best mantra meditation techniques.  Has a profound affect on many different layers of your being.  Simple to learn and practice, yet bestows a wide range of key benefits.  Start with 5 minutes and build up to 15 minutes.  Do this for week 2.

Learn How to Meditate | Beginner Meditation Class Guidelines:

Following are the guidelines which I suggest to follow…

  • Please post all comments, questions and feedback in the comments section of this post.  This way all will benefit from the discussion.  Feel free to ask questions or discuss issues, as that is one of the main reasons for this particular class format.  Of course, you are free to email me as well if you would like the discussion to not be public.
  • I wish you all a wonderful learning and transforming experience.  Learning Meditation is without a doubt the single greatest factor in helping you discover your True Self and live your life at your Highest Potential.

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  1. andrew h
    andrew h says:

    Ive been wanting to learn how to meditate for a while. looks like i finally found the right place to be. im glad i found your class and look forward to learning from u.

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  2. Nicole Lindsey
    Nicole Lindsey says:

    i am starting the meditation for beginners…and all the information and videos are great! give thanks this has motivated me to start a daily practice.

    Reply
  3. Monique
    Monique says:

    Hi,
    My doctor has been encouraging me to meditate for a while now, but has never fully answered my question “How?” I think my question is about to be answered. Thank you for sharing so much!

    Reply
  4. Jamil
    Jamil says:

    Hello my friend has been externally linking this website to his facebook and I have finally put my foot down and decided to start using this course.

    Reply
  5. Ayesha
    Ayesha says:

    Dear brother,
    Do you realize what a great service this blog of yours is rendering. (Jazakallah) I am just amazed to see your work. The best thing is you have made all the stuff available for free. I have spent hundreds of hours searching for a comprehensive and free yoga website but I found none. I just started started with this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHSQNJHsdtY&feature=player_embedded Now, is it right to begin with this exercise. I would be grateful if you could form a simple sequence for beginners to follow because there are so many videos and articles that leave me wonder which should be done when. Regards, Wishing you all the blessings of God

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  6. Marcus Carlzon
    Marcus Carlzon says:

    I have started this course.. Im doing 10 minutes today of zen and I did 6 rounds of the breathing exercise today, Im thinkin of increasing to 12 minutes tomorrow and 7 rounds etc

    Reply
  7. Ramesh
    Ramesh says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am new to meditation. I really wanted to learn and master this art of yoga and meditation. Is it possible for me to learn Kundalini Yoga meditation without a teacher. With guidelines provided here.

    Thank you

    Ramesh Thapa in Bhutan

    Reply
  8. Lori
    Lori says:

    I am very excited to start the meditation and yoga classes. I have been seeking something to sooth the soul and help with stress and anxiety. Thank you for inviting all of us to join in this journey.

    Reply
  9. Smgt
    Smgt says:

    Hi,
    I am interested in meditation as a form of stress release and focus and am going to begin today with the Chakra balancing breathing excercise and the SoHum manta meditation.
    Thank you for a wonderfully informative site.

    Reply
  10. Cali
    Cali says:

    Hi Anmol, I miss real meditation practice and would love to start afresh with proper instruction your Class #100 Beginners Meditation Series.

    Much Gratitude, Cali :)

    Reply

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