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Five Week Meditation Course

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Meditation gives me the space to step back
and look at myself without judgement.
From that awareness comes acceptance,
and from that acceptance comes love.

~ Quiet Lotus

Five Week Meditation Course

The meditative state is natural and innate to all of us, a state we all experience spontaneously and not something that needs to be learned, but having a framework to grow the practice of meditation from can be helpful. This five part course, designed to be followed over five weeks, is a simple, complete guide for anyone wanting to practice meditation regularly, to connect with that innate meditative state of being present in the moment.

I have created this course based on what I have found to be the simplest effective way to practice meditation. Though the course is made up of five lessons, meditation starts with the first lesson. The following lessons address the questions that most commonly arise with regular meditation practice, including some pointers to make practising meditation as effortless as it naturally is.

All of the lessons are available to listen at any time. I recommend spacing the lessons over five weeks, meditating daily with each lesson for a week, letting the information gently filter through over the course of the week, before moving on to the next lesson. This gives time to observe and reflect, allowing space for insights that will build a solid foundation for your ongoing meditation practice.

Once you're comfortable with the process of meditation, you may want to spend some time each day in silent meditation, as well as meditating with the audio lesson. If you do, start with a few minutes of silence and gradually increase the duration. If it starts to feel too long, too uncomfortable, or anything like a chore, reduce the length of time until it feels comfortable again.

Please visit our main site for information regarding posture, how long and how often to meditate, and answers to other frequently asked questions.

As you follow the course, the most important piece of advice I can give is to have fun with it! Meditation is not meant to be a struggle. By embarking on meditation practice like an adventure, and engaging our natural curiosity, meditation - being present in the moment - becomes a truly effortless and joyous practice.

And a final note, while mindfulness meditation can be practiced by just about everyone, please consult with your health care practitioner if you have a history of mental illness before beginning this course, or any other meditation practice.


released April 15, 2014


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Quiet Lotus California

A collection of audio meditations, guided imagery, and other contemplative content, Quiet Lotus is a meditation project borne of a desire to pass forward the guidance and inspiration that have been invaluable to its creator, Anna Zieo, on her journey of mindfulness and meditation.

For more information on Quiet Lotus, meditation and mindfulness, please visit our main website.
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