Heartfulness (en)

AC: “In 1971 I started transcendental meditation with focus on cleaning.
In 1972 I met Babujii Maharaj in Copenhagen, started heartfulness meditation, and felt that this was what I needed.
I have continued this very transforming spiritual journey since.”

President Kovind plants with Daaji the 100.000th tree on Kanha Ashram

Many other approaches are possible, e.g. wish for more peace, presence and joy.

What does heartfulness meditation really do?
The present spiritual guide K. Daaji Patel has said
Why meditate? The answer is complex because our goals change as we progress. Today’s reason is different from tomorrow’s. And that is as it should be! As we meditate, wisdom grows. We better understand what we are and what we should be. And meditation is the vehicle that takes us on this infinite journey.”
What are we moving toward?
“From the reactive mind to the responsive heart; from selfishness toward selflessness;  from imprisonment in the folds of ego to freedom from ego; from the here and now to eternal; timeless existence; from contraction to expansion; from restlessness to peacefulness; from the superficial to the authentic; from insistence to acceptance; from imbalance to balance; from darkness to light; from heaviness to lightness; from grossness to subtlety; from the periphery to the core of the Being, the Source, the Higher Self.”
The meditations are supported from the beginning by transmission (pranahuti) that must be experienced.
It is free to meditate in this system.

Links:
You may read more at

http://heartfulness.org/
To find a center to be introduced you may use 
http://heartspots.heartfulness.org/
and give a location in the top line or use the contact form.

On YouTube you may search for Heartfulness masterclasses. Days 1-3 should be taken in order.

The newest books of K. D. Patel are
The Heartfulness Way, Heart-Based Meditations for Spiritual Transformation,
Designing Destiny the heartfulness way.
They can be found on ebay.com