"Craig Scheunemann" <the345man@...> wrote:
> Does anyone know of free meditation happening in Chicago?
I often recommend that people check out
the Integral Yoga organization. I trust
this group very much. They were founded
by one of the world's greatest yoga and
meditation masters, Swami Satchidananda,
and my many interactions with them have
never even hinted at any cult-like stuff
....just a sharing of pure wisdom that
is applicable to everyones "real life"..
The URL for their teachers is at:
To further quicken your meditation learning curve,
I suggest that you check out our web site
Meditation Station http://www.meditationsociety.com
and go through the Beginners section, the Archives
section, and the Concepts of Meditation section.
You will find all you need to understand what is
going on, and actual "how-to" instructions. Then,
pick one or a few techniques to try, and do them.
But, the best way to learn about meditation
is not from the Internet, books, CD's, videos,
or even from live-in-person classes. It is by
meditating. So, as I mentioned before, I suggest
going to our site and when one or a few of the
dozens of techniques shared there draws your
attention, actually try and do the meditation.
In any event, I commend your desire to increase
your meditation knowledge and experience. There
is no better thing you can do for your Self than
this. I wish you well.
Peace and blessings,