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Meditation techniques can vary. Here we hope to provide some techniques and meditation support tools that you can incorporate into your daily practice.

Guided Meditations and Yoga


"Meditations for frontline workers with our partner, Dr. Simran Rattan. Free weekly, live meditation for all health professionals (medical students and residents welcome). Link here.


Mindfulness Meditation with the UN

Mindfulness meditation is a great option to incorporate into your regular routine to reduce anxiety and stress, and if you’ve never tried it before, now's your chance! Find a comfortable yet alert seated position, keep your back straight, and just click play. Link here.

“Samma-A-Ra-Hang” Mantra

"Samma Arahang" are two terms derived from the Buddhist Pali tradition. "Samma" means "right", "proper". "Arahang" refers to purifying the mind and soul. Together, Samma Arahang represents the highest state a human being can achieve. This phrase is often repeated, either silently or aloud, in meditative practice to keep one's mind from wandering, and refers to the way of freeing oneself from suffering of the mind.

Faith-Based Support


Faith.Hope.Life. campaign, developed by the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention's Faith Communities Task Force, is an opportunity for every faith community in the United States, regardless of creed, to support suicide prevention. See below, in alphabetical order.

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Other Meditation Support


Multimedia incorporating relaxing elements of sound and art therapy to help you facilitate your meditation process. 

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