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Monastics may have more labor-intensive objectives with their meditation -- the complete extinguishing of suffering, and ending the rounds of rebirth. One thing to note before going any further is that we call it a practice for a very good reason. I can't recommend strongly enough that interested people find a teacher to help them with their practice.

It would also be helpful to do a little reading, and find a kind of meditation that appeals to you. The Art of Just Sitting, Second Edition: Essential Writings on the Zen Practice of Shikantaza by John Daido Loori. This article in the New Zealand Press by a member of the New Zealand Diamond Way sangha gives an excellent description of Buddhist meditation. Through various meditation methods we learn to hold the mind still in one place so we can see it.
As one learns to hold the mind in one place through meditation, our friends, family and colleagues will gradually notice changes in us. Another unexpected gift is that through meditation we begin to understand that there is no ego. Diamond Way Buddhism UK is a charity registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales under charity number 1093406, and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company number 04459822, with its registered office at The Beaufoy Institute, 39 Black Prince Road, London SE11 6JJ. Pratique visant a produire la paix interieure, la vacuite de l'esprit, l'apaisement progressif du mental voire une simple relaxation.
Elle consiste souvent, mais pas necessairement, en une attention portee sur un certain objet de pensee (mediter un principe philosophique par exemple, dans le but d'en approfondir le sens) ou sur soi (dans le but de pratique meditative afin de realiser son identite spirituelle). Neanmoins l'utilisation d'un objet particulier ou d'une reference n'est pas necessaire a la meditation.
La meditation est au c?ur de la pratique du Bouddhisme, de l'hindouisme, du Taoisme, du Yoga, de l'Islam, de la Chretiente ainsi que d'autres formes plus recentes de spiritualite mais egalement medicale. C'est une pratique visant a produire la paix interieure, la vacuite de l'esprit, des etats de conscience modifies ou l'apaisement progressif du mental voire une simple relaxation. It's based on a technique used by top athletes and other successful people to help them make a big stride forward. If we imagine the mind is like a mirror, we are absorbed by the pictures in the mirror (thoughts, feelings and images) and do not see the mirror itself. By watching our mind, we see that thoughts and feelings appear, play around and then disappear again.
Turning our intellectual understanding into something deeper, taking it from our head to our heart and into our daily life.

Most of all, we think that it is something separate and special from our everyday activities. Constantly following our thoughts and projections, we do not see the true nature of our mind.
When angry or jealous, we can use this information to help dissolve our disturbing emotions.
The cells of our body, our thoughts, and our names even, are always changing and have no real existence. As beginners, we set up a practice place: a cushion, a quiet place, an inspirational buddha form and the like. Fully present and aware, the highest of human qualities appear naturally: fearlessness, joy and active compassion. We are gaining a distance from our disturbing emotions, enabling us to choose how we react. If we were not jealous five minutes before, may not be five minutes in the future, then why take our present feelings seriously as these will also pass.
The only thing that doesn’t change and is ever present is awareness itself, which we call mind. As we practice more, we learn to take the experience gained on the cushion out into our everyday activity. If we can act in all situations, times and places with these qualities, we bring an immense amount of happiness and reassurance to many people. When harmful words or actions are directed at us, understanding that there is no ego means there is no target and we cannot be hurt.

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