Join Our Community
Matthieu  Ricard
Matthieu Ricard
Sep 18, 2014
3088

It is essential to maintain the continuity of meditation day after day, because in this way your practice gradually gains substance and stability. It is like the way a small trickle of water little by little turns into a stream and then a river. The traditional texts state that it is better to meditate regularly and repeatedly for short periods of time than to do long sessions every now and then. For example, you could devote 20 minutes a day to meditating formally and also take advantage of short breaks in your daily activities to recall the experience you had during your formal sessions, even if only for a few moments.

View previous meditation

What Are Daily Meditations?

A daily meditation is a simple yet powerful way to quiet your mind and add peace to your life. By reading, speaking, or listening to a daily meditation, you nurture and heal your soul and gain creative insight.

continue reading

A daily meditation is a simple yet powerful way to quiet your mind and add peace to your life. By reading, speaking, or listening to a daily meditation, you nurture and heal your soul and gain creative insight.

read less

Favorites

Read

Endless To-Do List? Take an honest look at yourself. Where are you in your life? What have your priorities been up till now and what do you intend doing with the time... Comments
Why Improvise? Meditation is a practice that makes it possible to cultivate and develop certain basic positive human qualities in the same way as other forms of... Comments

Watch

Past Life Meditation with Dr. Brian Weiss

Feel healing light and love with Dr. Brian Weiss as he guides you through a past life regression. Heal, recuperate and rejuvenate with this deeply rel

Explore

Why Meditate
Why Meditate

Why meditate? On what? And how? In his latest book Why Meditate?-an instant bestseller in the author's native France-Matthieu Ricard aims to answer these very questions.

Why Meditate
Why Meditate

Why meditate? On what? And how? In his latest book Why Meditate?—an instant bestseller in the author’s native France—Matthieu Ricard aims to answer these very questions.