The 4 Main Types Of Meditation Styles Explained — Which One Is For You?

“Everyone can meditate, including you.
There is no one that can’t meditate —
it simply depends on what type of meditation that you’re doing.”
—Tom Cronin

Not all types of meditation are created equal.

In this insightful video, meditation instructor, Tom Cronin reveals the four main meditation styles.

1. Concentration
2. Contemplation
3. Chanting
4. Transcending

Once you discover the pros and cons of each of these styles, you’ll be better able to decide which is best suited for your needs and goals so you can reclaim the bliss, peace, and time you once enjoyed and relished.

And a wonderful side-effect of choosing the right type of meditation is that it becomes that much easier to maintain a regular practice (no matter how busy you are).

Bonus: Tom will also be answering the following viewer-submitted questions:

  • (07:44) — “I’ve been a single mum for two years now. My life is so busy and I’m so fatigued. How will meditation fit into my day?” – Tanya
  • (09:23) — “I’m concerned if I meditate, I will lose my passion and drive in my job.” – David
  • (10:51) — “I’ve meditated on-and-off for quite a few years but I can’t seem to keep regular with it. Do you have some suggestions?” – Krista
  • (13:11) — “Last year, I lost my husband to cancer. I’d been married for 27 years and I feel like my heart is broken. I don’t know what to do. Will meditation help heal my broken heart?” – Ruth

Which type of meditation most suits your needs? Share with the tribe in the comments below.



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