There are several types of Tibetan Buddhist meditation practices I teach and guide, including:

  • Shamatha Meditation: Focuses on developing concentration and calmness by focusing on the breath or an object.
  • Vipassana Meditation: Involves developing insight by observing thoughts and sensations without judgment.
  • Loving-Kindness Meditation: Cultivates feelings of compassion and love towards oneself and others.
  • Mudita Meditation: Cultivates feelings of sympathetic joy and genuine happiness towards oneself and others.
  • Tonglen Meditation: Involves visualizing taking in the suffering of others and sending out feelings of love and compassion.

Each practice has its own unique benefits and can be tailored to the individual's needs and goals.

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