7 interesting meditation blogs

7 interesting meditation blogs

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Here we’ve collected 7 interesting Sahaj meditation blogs that consistently bring high-quality material to their audience. They are filled with great resources, original material, thought provoking articles that keep you growing as a meditator. Add these sites to your feed reader, if they aren’t already in there!

1.1000 Petals

1000 Petals reflexes the impact of Sahaja Meditation onto daily life experiences, the way one practicing yogi sees and percepts life. 1000 colorful petals of life, love and light… An easy read on profound topics. A feast for the eyes… A flow into the meditative mood.


2. Y’dig?

Y’dig? reflects a guy who’s interested in what’s good in music, literature, movies, the creative arts in general, and who happens to be, first and foremost, above anything else in his life, a disciple of Shri Mataji. The principles that he’s learned and tries to practice, inform everything else. For the first time in his life he has an understanding of the world that works, that comes from the introspection and meditation that follows his practice of Sahaja Yoga.


3. Boundless Inspiration

Boundless Inspiration from Hong Kong explores a new Chinese lifestyle combined with Western wisdom and understanding. It loves to combine Indian and Chinese spirituality together through the articles. Classical dance, photoreportage and education are also presented based on life experiences in one of the most populated and fast paced cities.


4. Meditation Research

Living in the moment is not, however, a regression to immaturity. It is an evolutionary step in which we return to our childlike innocence and simplicity but in full awareness of ourselves, our place in society and our moral role and responsibility. How does one tap into and sustain a connection with the present moment? How does one escape the brainstorm of mental stress that we all experience?

The Meditation Research Program at the Royal Hospital for Women will continue to delve into these important questions.


5. In the moment

Pragya is a law graduate and a journalism student from USA. Her blog In the Moment is an introspection into life, lifestyle, philosophy and much more. “I guess I like knowing the ‘why’ of life; You know, philosophical questions like, ‘Why are we here?’ and so on, and I also like reflecting on the deeper meaning and spirituality behind things. I find meditation helpful in knowing about the inner self and about life in general” says Pragya.


6. Self-Help

We have entered a new period in history, which is seeing human beings becoming empowered to heal themselves and take control of their bountiful destinies. This is happening due to the inevitable awakening of a specific energy that exists in every person. The question is not whether we really have this treasure in us to use for our liberation; the question is whether or not we will take the easy step to confirm its amazing benefits.


7. Ownerless Mind

Refuting the mystical, metaphysical concept of the existence of individual, discrete selves (while bearing in a non existent mind, that there is no universally accepted theory as to what the word “existence” means). Ownerless Mind is a collection of writings from various schools of philosophy pointing to the unity and ubiquity of Being.


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Ozge Ozkaya is from Turkey and he enjoys compiling articles for freemeditation.com. He loves playing soccer, watching movies and meditating whenever is possible. :-) He has been in the beautiful world of Sahaja Meditation since 2000.

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  • Tarik
    Dec 23, 2013
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    Namaste. I met an old friend a year ago and she had started a practice with Sahaja yoga. She is now full of joy, kindness, and desire to help others. I am happy for her.
    I, on the other hand, have been working on my sadhana alone for 7 years. I read and reread books and my notes from great saints like Maharshi, Aurobindo, Yogananda, and Nisargetta, and have been meditating daily. I read the Kundalini book by Sivananda and I feel it has really helped me. Do you think it is unlikely a sadhak will advance much without a guru or guidance via yoga/meditation instructors? I have been meaning to join (at least visit) a Sahaja yoga group near me (Toronto), but I’ve put it off because I feel that progress is being made on my own and I don’t want to change anything (if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it). Does anyone have an opinion on this issue? Thanks.


    March 25th, 2014

    Dear Tarik,

    what we are all looking to achieve (or most of us), is a peace of mind, great joy and a constant evolution of this inner joy and satisfaction. Whichever background you are from. A Sadhak as well as any other seeker of inner peace and meditation is able to achieve that. But Sahaja Yoga is designed to be collective and to bring people together under one umbrella of Joy and Peace. Evolving on your own is completely doable and many have done so, but you see much clearer your strengths and weaknesses once you evolve collectively, as it pushes you to adapt yourself to that same collectivity.

    Try and you`ll experience what we are talking about 🙂 Maybe follow your friend and see what it brings to you…

    Warm regards,



  • Martin
    Jan 17, 2014
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    Very good meditation directory! Thanks for sharing!



  • Dr. Diana
    May 11, 2014
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    Good collection of meditation blogs. I like boundless inspiration blog.




  • Pooja
    May 12, 2014
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    Great directory for meditation blogs. A lot of us find ourselves stumbling across such blogs because we are all looking for peace of mind which we get while meditating. Meditating is the answer to our daily stress related problems. It helps us keep ourselves calm. I recently started doing aromatherapy along with meditation and I have found peace in my life. Mostly I use incense sticks by Cycle Pure and then there is scented candles and reed diffusers that makes the perfect environment for peaceful search of your own soul and then connect with it.



  • kim light
    Jun 12, 2014
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    Very popular blogs are in this link. I definitely appreciate the passion of your blog and the ferocity of your attachment to your path.



  • Stephen Frost
    Jul 3, 2014
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    Wonderful set of suggesed sites here, thank you for compiling them and giving us all the opportunity to feed our minds further!



  • Robert Lee
    Sep 11, 2014
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    This is a great list of resources. Of them all, I think my favorite is Ownerless Mind. I myself have pondered the mysteries of life and find the philosophies refreshing. Thanks for posting this, I actually added 4 of them to my favorites =) This is a great site. Thank you for continually posting great information and guidance for those of us who love to walk on the “other” paths of life. Many blessings!



  • Alice Mark
    May 28, 2015
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    Very nice and informative blogs are posted here. Its very useful for a person as meditation is helping a person in many ways like stress free life, concentration, healthy mind etc.
    Thanks for posting information!!


    June 4th, 2015

    Hi Alice,

    you are absolutely welcome. Hope you and everyone keep enjoying :).

    All the best,



  • Arnold
    Feb 11, 2016
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    Great post!, I hope to make that my blog will make it into the list next time! 😀



  • Zack Malik
    May 9, 2016
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    Awesome post.Thank you sharing the informative post.Its very useful for a person as meditation is helping a person in many ways like stress free life.



  • Raphael Sóbis
    Jan 9, 2017
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    I already knew “In The Moment” and “Meditation Research”. They are really very good. I’ll meet the others on the list. Thanks for sharing!



  • Neeta
    Jan 10, 2018
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    Thanks for sharing it………….:) 🙂



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