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Beditations by Thomas presents guided meditations, as well as discussion on the importance of balancing our active lives with effective rest.
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The Yoga Way to Radiance by Shakta Khalsa shares how incorporating yoga into raising and interacting with children can help improve their lives.
Meditation has become very popular in western culture in the last few decades, mostly thanks to spirituality and Buddhism becoming more acceptable in the mainstream. More and more people are becoming interested in the various benefits, but might not know that there are many types of meditation that give different benefits, and each has a different history. Here I will give a brief rundown of four beginner-friendly types of meditation, and give the history of each, as well as teach you how to get started on your own regiment. All of these methods serve different purposes and will suit different people, but one might find themselves practising each of them at different points throughout their spiritual practice.