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Meditation is a practice in which an individual trains the mind and/or induces a mode of consciousness to realize some benefit,[1] although it can be argued that meditation is a goal in and of itself.[2] The term meditation refers to a broad variety of practices (much like the term sports), which range from techniques designed to promote relaxation, contacting spiritual guides, building internal energy (chi, ki, prana, etc.), receiving psychic visions, getting closer to God, seeing past lives, taking astral journeys, and so forth, to more technical exercises targeted at developing compassion,[3] love, patience, generosity, forgiveness and more far-reaching goals such as effortlessly sustained single-pointed concentration,[4] single-pointed analysis,[5] and an indestructible sense of well-being while engaging in any and all of life's activities. Thus, it is essential to be specific about the type of meditation practice under investigation.

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Dhamma Bodhi

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Tao Zen Meditation Centre

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Sri Ramanasramam

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Mahabodhi International Meditation Center

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Dhammagiri

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Brahma Kumari

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Aurobindo Ashram

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Bhagawan Nityananda Ashram

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Dhamma Pattana Vipassana Centre

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Ramanashramam

Sri Ramana Ashram also known as Sri Ramanasramam is the ashram, which was home to modern sage and Advaita Vedanta philosopher, Ramana Maharishi from 1922 till his death here in 1950. It is situated at the foot of the Arunachala hill, to the west of the Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, where thousands of seekers flocked to be in his presence and later after he died in 1950 his samadhi shrine continues to attract devotees from all over the world.

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Ramanashramam

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Sri Ramana Ashram also known as Sri Ramanasramam is the ashram, which was home to modern sage and Advaita Vedanta philosopher, Ramana Maharishi from 1922 till his death here in 1950. It is situated at the foot of the Arunachala hill, to the west of the Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, where thousands of seekers flocked to be in his presence and later after he died in 1950 his samadhi shrine continues to attract devotees from all over the world.

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