Article by Rasmus Lindgren
When you’re learning the refined art of Buddhist meditation, a goodBuddhist meditation guide can take a multitude of forms.A Buddhist meditation guide could be a book; an informative, multi-layered text that relates-through words, illustrations and examples-the best meditative techniques to suit your needs. The right Buddhist meditation book will provide both information and inspiration, guiding your way through the meditative experience; and along the path to spiritual enlightenment.A Buddhist meditation guide could be a person; a trained instructor who can lead and inspire you as you study and master the meditative art. And again, this skilled instructor can assume many forms. He or she could be a yoga instructor, a monk, a meditation teacher and practitioner, or simply a trusted friend who has the knowledge you need to learn the true and full art of Buddhist meditation. A good Buddhist meditation guide can represent a combination of any or all of these elements; just make sure that the person you choose as your guide is experienced and reliable.A Buddhist meditation guide could be a CD or DVD that offers recorded demonstrations of meditative sessions. These sessions could be recorded at a live class, or staged for the purposes of filming the production. The DVD or CD could be hosted by a Buddhist monk, by a celebrity meditation instructor, or by a yoga teacher; but again, check the credentials of the people and the company behind the production.A Buddhist meditation guide could be a place; a location that evokes the feelings, inspiration and atmosphere needed to meditate successfully. This could be a yoga studio, a nature camp, a meditation center, or (with certain adjustments and modifications) the privacy of your home. Just make sure that you pick a place that is reputable, convenient, and inexpensive.The ultimate Buddhist meditation guide comes from your heart. It may sound trite, but the fact is that you must meditation for your own reasons, and according to the wishes and desire of your s oul. Don ‘t meditate because it’s the fashionable thing to do, or because many of your friends are doing it. Meditate because you feel the need to do so; because you feel the need for spiritual enlightenment, and because that you genuinely feel that Buddhist meditation is the path to this enlightenment.Sure, you can seek help from a variety of sources when learning and practicing the refined art of Buddhist meditation. Ultimately, though, you must reach deep within your heart and mind to find the inspiration you need to meditate successfully.The ultimate Buddhist meditation guide is you. Discover the power of Buddhist meditation today
About the Author
Rasmus Lindgren has practiced meditation for several years and has created a free course in Buddhist meditation guide targeted at beginners. He is also author of the ebook Buddhist Meditation targetted at beginners.
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