Sit, Stand or Walk, but find some inner peace.

AND a deeper, more natural sense of self. This is what it means to meditate. This site is here to explore and offer testimony to the many methods and means we use in our meditation practices. Search by subject, or explore our history of interviews and articles.


I was given a copy of The Way of Zen by Alan Watts in 1982. I then bought a copy of Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda. I started meditating using this most basic instruction. That was 35 years ago. It has not only changed my life, but has changed what I consider or understand life to be. In 2010, in the midst of the blogging craze, I started interviewing others who meditate. That marked the beginning of this blog (recently updated and expanded). In July of 2011, I redesigned a copper pyramid model I had been meditating in off and on since the Harmonic Convergence in 1987. I opened an online shop and have sold nearly a thousand pyramids to date worldwide. Stop by and check us out at Inner Fire Pyramids.


Guided Meditation or Not. Be Still with Self or Listen to Guidance.

Guided Meditation or Not – An Article by Benjamin Dean There is a wide range of us out there meditating, from beginners to those who have been meditating for years. Meditation is essentially about getting in touch with one’s inner, deeper and most natural self. Which approach to meditation is most likely to help us …


I had a friend in Northern California back in ’01 try to tell me about this man, but I wasn’t paying attention. It wasn’t until ’08 that I was apparently ready for him. He is beautiful. I will likely say that about all of these meditation teachers, but I have a particular affinity for Ramana. …


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