🧬15 Meditative Dyads

With Six Ways to Meditate you can begin to play with combining ways, or pairing practices.

By Vince Fakhoury Horn

Each line in the graph below represents one of the fifteen practice pairs that emerge out of the direct connections between the Six Ways to Meditate.

Pairing practices, in these 15 meditative dyads, is an important skill, because it reveals the multifaceted nature of meditation, giving us a stronger and more flexible base from which to practice. The more ways we know how to meditate, the more ways we can respond to the changing conditions of life. The more ways we know how to practice, the more we realize what is shared amongst them all.

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