Things to make you say “om” (meditation resources)

This week’s theme for our Self-Care Retreat is Meditation and Inward Reflection. Here’s a collection of my favorite local, national and online meditation and related resources!ย  I’m sure I’ve unintentionally left out many. Feel free to send me other resources to add in.

Online resources:
Podcasts & posts:
Tara Brach: Podcasts and guided meditations (free)
Hugh Byrne Audio talks and meditations (free)
Pema Chรถdrรถn: Videos, articles (free)
Daily Om–Free daily emails, online courses
Ram Dass Webcasts (donation required)
James Gordon: Sample Stress Management Kit (free, registration required)
Jonathan Foust: Talks and guided meditations (free)
Dalai Lama: Webcasts (free)
Insight Meditation Center of Charlottesville, VA (various teachers, free)
Jon Kabat Zinn: Videos of talks (free)
Rick Hanson: Newsletters (free)
Jack Kornfeld: Articles (free)
Belleruth Naparstek: articles, some free audio
Sharon Salzberg: Post and Podcasts (free)
Audio collection from Spirit Rock (renowned meditation center (free)
Tiny Buddha–posts on meditation, mindfulness, awareness and joy (free)
Misc. resources:
Awakening Joy Course (variable cost)
Meditation/mindfulness bell (free)
Bernie Siegel books, CDs, DVDs, etc. on hope and healing for sale
Sounds True:meditation/mindfulness resources for sale
Health Journeys: Guided imagery and meditation CDs for sale

DC Area Teachers
Tara Brach
Hugh Byrne
Jonathan Foust
Sharon Salzberg (usually in DC once a month)

Mindful Eating Resources
Eating in the light of the Moon, by Anita Johnston (my favorite)
Geneen Roth (variety of books)
Intuitive Eating, A Revolutionary Program that Really Works by Evelyn Tribble and Elyse Resch
Intuitive (website, books, free newsletter)
The Center for Mindful Eating free newsletter, other resources
50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food by Susan Albers

DC Area Courses/trainings:
Center for Mind Body Medicine
Insight Meditation Center of Washington
Tai Sophia’s Redefining Health Laurel, MD

DC Area Places for Retreat/Reflection
Dominican Retreat in McLean, VA
Earthwalk Retreat, Fredericksburg, VA
Gaia Healing Center in Mt Airy, MD
Holy Cross Abbey in Berryville, VA

National List of Meditation Centers

Global list of meditation centers

Please join us for the rest of the July Self-Care Retreat!ย  Next up is Wendy of Celiacs in the House on Self-Care through Food.

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.
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7 Responses to Things to make you say “om” (meditation resources)

  1. Wow, that a fantastic listing, Cheryl! Love all those free online ones … most of which are new to me. ๐Ÿ™‚ Sometimes nothing beats “in-person” attention, but online is readily available any time, anywhere. Cool–thanks. Can’t wait to see Wendy’s post next! ๐Ÿ˜‰


  2. Indeed! I love meditating in a group, but it’s lovely to have resources at my finger tips at odd hours, too!

  3. ace says:

    That was such a nice listing. I love those free onlines too. Only few of them are new to me.Anyway thanks for sharing this post Cheryl ๐Ÿ™‚ .

  4. Thanks so much for participating and sharing your story!

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  6. Joanna says:

    Wow, what a wonderful list. I just downloaded Eating by the Light of the Moon to my kindle. Yep, right away. ๐Ÿ™‚

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