Like Meditation? Join New Facebook Page.

Via on Dec 29, 2010

Want daily readings regarding meditation & the spiritual path, instruction for meditation practice, & tons of articles infused with a fresh perspective on traditional spirituality?

Simply log onto Facebook (which you were going to do anyway). Go to Elephant Meditation’s Fan Page.  Become a fan, and check in daily for new material.

Sitting next to your cup of coffee do you have a stack of daily meditation books? Do you read the Daily Rumi, Ocean of Dharma, The Book of Life, or one of thousands of other daily meditation books?

Well Elephant Journal has you covered. Starting January 1st, 2011 Elephant Journal will become your one stop online-spot for morning readings. “Elephant 365” will offer a new reading everyday from your favorite authors: Chogyam Trungpa, Rumi, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Leo Tolstoy, Thomas Merton, Thich Nhat Hanh, and many more! I am Ben Riggs, and I will compile the material, which will also include some of my writings along with selections from other Elephant writers. I also plan on including short YouTube clips from people like Pema Chodron, Alan Watts and Chogyam Trungpa. Every morning a new reading will be posted to Elephant Meditation’s Facebook Fan Page. So become a fan

About Benjamin Riggs

Ben Riggs is the director of the Refuge Meditation Group in Shreveport, LA. Ben writes extensively about Buddhist & Christian spirituality and politics for The Good Men Project, Elephant Journal, The Web of Enlightenment, and is the editor & chief for Henry Harbor--an online magazine concerned with art, culture, spirituality, & politics in the deep South. To keep up with all of his work follow him on Facebook or Twitter. Looking for a real bio? Click here to read my story....

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5 Responses to “Like Meditation? Join New Facebook Page.”

  1. You're on your way, Ben! Great introduction to a wonderful and ambitious idea.

    Bob W.
    Yoga Editor

  2. tamingauthor says:

    Love it, Ben! Only a guy who looks spiritual standing on a mountain with an ear-flap hat could pull this off. Looking forward to the feature. Thank you for your hard work in bringing the spiritual conversation to our daily lives.

  3. tamingauthor says:

    Also hope it will feature practical advice like how to avoid "Black Bear Death."

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