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Traditions / Types

  Traditions and Types of Meditation 

Sitting Meditation, Walking Meditation, Dance Meditation, Laughter Meditation
Sivananda Meditation, Osho Meditation, Transcendental Meditation, Patanjali Meditation,
Buddhism Meditation
Vipassana meditation, Samatha
Zen Buddhism
Sikhism Meditation
Surat shabd yoga (Sant mat, Sound and Light Meditation) 
Some other types of Meditation 
1. Yog-Nidra, 2. Mantra Siddhi Yog, 3. Jap Yog, 4. Japa Jap, 5. Ajapa Jap, 6. Antar Maun, 7. Antar Dharna, 8. Chidakash Dharna, 9. Tratak, 10. Antar Tratak, 11. Naad Yog, 12. Nirakaar Meditation, 13. Pran Vidya, 14. Kundilini Meditation, 15. Mantra Yog, 16. Achetan Meditation, 17. Sooksham Meditation, 18. Aura Meditation, 19. Active Meditation, 20. Mool Bandh Meditation, 21. Swar Yog, 22. Chhaya Upasana, 23. Kayotsarg, 24. Antar Yatra, 25. Deergha Swas Preksha, 26. Samwritti Swas Preksha, 27. Shareer Preksha, 28. Chaitanya Kendra Preksha, 29. Leshya Meditation, 30. Jyoti Kendra Preksha, 31. Anupreksha of Anitya, 32. Anupreksha of Sahishanuta, 33. Anupreksha of Mriduta, 34. Anupreksha of Abhaya, 35. Anupreksha of Samanjasya, 36. Anupreksha of Swasthya (Health), 37. Trikuti Sadhnam, 38. Effortless Meditation, 39. Chakra Sadhna, 40. Bhaav Meditation, 41. Pran-Apan Meditation, 42. Om Meditation, 43. Vajroli-Moolbandh-Ashwanimudra Meditation, 44. Ashwani Mudra Meditation, 45. Manipur Shuddhi Meditation, 46. Anahat Shuddhi Meditation, 47. Pingla-Ira Shuddhi Meditation, 48. Anulom-Vilom Meditation, 49. Pran Shuddhi Meditation, 50. Vaak Shuddhi Meditation, 51. Chakra Shuddhi Meditation.
Techniques In Meditation
The world over, many have confused meditation with concentration and relaxation with meditation. Techniques using music, dance, other forms of creative expression, an array of therapies (both physical and mental), have all been synchronized into one basket - Meditation! 
But truly speaking, many of these work more at the intellectual level while others are only channels for relaxation and prepare you for the more serious stages of true meditation. From the point of view of the advanced Yogis, meditation really is a scientific technique for communion with God, and is the seventh step (dhyanai) in Patanjali's eightfold path. To a host of new age and other spiritualists, however, techniques that encourage you to manifest mindfulness and be aware also fall under the gamut of meditation.
Chakra Meditation
Chakra meditation is a form of meditation that is concentrative, recharging, and cleansing. Chakra meditation is used as a balancing form of meditation that is used to channel in good energy and to get rid of negative energy that is in your body. The chakras that are throughout the body are the centers for energy within the body, and using chakra meditation helps to keep the energy balanced and aligned.
Chakra meditation can be performed in a couple of different positions including lying down or sitting in a position that feels comfortable and relaxed. It is important that the head and back is aligned while performing chakra meditation. While practicing chakra meditation, many people choose to listen to soft, soothing music or to listen to complementary music that is soft and relaxing. It is important to remember that this form of meditation is very powerful and you should take the effects into consideration before you begin. Usually, it is an excellent idea to start out with a chakra meditation instructor to properly guide you.
Chakra meditation uses thought, contemplation, and reflection on the various chakras to bring about the rumination and balance that is needed and also to provide more energy as well. As you are meditating, it takes deliberation to focus on the chakras and to get rid of problems and bad energy that may be contained therein.
If you are going to practice chakra meditation it is important that you understand the seven chakras and how they effect the body and mind. The root chakra, which is red in color, is at the very base of the spine and the health, security, and sense of connection to the world is contained within this chakra. Before working on other chakras it is important that this chakra is made strong and healthy first  
Walking Meditation
For those who do not find the sitting posture appealing enough and prefer movement, walking meditation is a very powerful alternative. Walking and sitting meditation can even be practiced alternatively, if desired. 
Walking meditation is probably as old as the first time we ever had to walk solely by ourselves, when we were naturally in the 'present'. On growing up too, sometimes we get our best ideas while walking! Vishvas Meditation makes your walking a very beautiful and peaceful experience. Here's how. 
Chair meditation - sitting meditation
Understanding a few quick steps of Chair meditation will make Vishvas Meditation even more accessible for you to practice daily at work, school, college, home or even at your kitchen table. A few minutes session in your lunch break will do wonders for your work time. 
Meditation in sitting posture may not be feasible in every situation like in school or at work but that does not mean that you deny yourself its benefits. On the contrary, it makes work much more enjoyable and enhances your performance tremendously,. Chair meditation is ideal in these situations. 
Dance Meditation
Dance is the only activity in which the ego can disappear easily. But dance can only become meditation if the dance is not contrived. Dance is good in itself - as far as it goes. After it, you will feel fresh, young. But it is not meditation yet. The dancer must go, until only the dance remains. 
So what to do? Be totally in the dance, because division can exist only if you are not totally in it. If you are standing aside and looking at your own dance, the division will remain: you are the dancer and you are dancing. Then dancing is just an act, something you are doing; it is not your being. So get involved totally, be merged in it.  
Kundalini Meditation
Kundalini is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning either coiled up or coiling like a snake. It is a term in yoga, referring to a reservoir of psychic energy at the base of the spine. Kundalini is curled up in the back part of the root chakra in three and one-half turns.
"Kundalini is the energy of the Divine as it is experienced in the individual. Kundalini binds us when we project its energy into the world and yet, kundalini liberates us when we return this energy to its divine origin.
Prayer Meditation
It is best to do this meditation at night, in a darkened room, just before going to sleep; one must sleep immediately afterwards. Or it can be done in the morning, but it must be followed by fifteen minutes of rest. This meditation gives best results if done to the tune of music specially designed for it.



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