Meditation Centers Bedford IN

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Ganden Dheling Buddhist Temple
(812) 337-6114
P.O. Box 2242
Bloomington, IN
Specialty
Tibetan Gelugpa

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Tibetan Cultural Center
(812) 331-0014
3655 Snoddy Road , PO Box 2581
Bloomington, IN
Specialty
Tibetan

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Dromtonpa Buddhist Center
(317) 374-5281
6018 N. Keystone Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
Specialty
Kadampa Buddhism

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Indianapolis Zen Center
(317) 921-9902
3703 Washington Blvd
Indianapolis, IN
Specialty
Zen - Kwan Um

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South Bend Dharma Center
574.968.7076 (ask for Chana)
50619 Trails North
Granger, IN
Specialty
Zen, Tibetan, Theravada

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Sanshin Zen Community
(812) 339-2635
1726 S. Olive St.
Bloomington, IN
Specialty
Zen

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Dagom Gaden Tensung Ling Buddhist Monastery
(812) 339-0857
102 Clubhouse Drive
Bloomington, IN
Specialty
Tibetan Gelugpa

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Mindful Heart Buddha Sangha
(812) 434-6643
20 Walnut St, Suite 120
Evansville, IN
Specialty
Buddhist

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Lotus Heart
(219) 456-5443
3232 Crescent Ave.
Fort Wayne, IN
Specialty
Tibetan Gelugpa

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Tibetan Cultural Center
(812) 331-0014
3655 Snoddy Road , PO Box 2581
Bloomington, IN
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Tibetan

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Simple Meditation Technique

Simple meditation to start your day!

Every morning you can try out this simple meditation routine to free you mind and start your day with a  fresh mind.

  1. Sit cross-legged on the floor.
  2. Place your hands on the knees with index finger and thumb together as in yoga mudra . The palms should be facing up.
  3. Straighten your spine and tuck your chin in.
  4. Now slowly close your eyes.
  5. Mentally relax your knees and hips. Feel your sitting bones on the floor and your head lifted up towards the sky.
  6. Relax your shoulders, neck and face.
  7. Focus on your breath and let yourself  free of any thoughts.
  8. Hold this posture for 20 -30 deep breaths.
  9. Open your eyes slowly.

You will get an amazing sense of relaxation. Go on, you are all ready to face the world!

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