A type of meditation that allows the practitioner to settle naturally into a state of peace, and sometimes bliss. There is no concentration or effort involved, and many studies have illustrated vast mental and physical benefits.
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There are many different types of NonDirective meditation, with Transcendental Meditation (TM) being one of the most popular. Since TM was brought to the west, there have been many iterations on it, and some other creative variations that have retained the mental and physical benefits, as well as the effortlessness.
This site is here to help you make sense of it all, navigate the different forms of NonDirective meditation, and provide some finer grit and detail that sometimes you can't get from the purveyor of the various courses / techniques.
If you'd like to jump straight to a page with a listing of places you can learn a NonDirective meditation technique, check out the Types Of NonDirective Meditation page.