A Sahaja Yoga based approach to meditation. Explains how to meditate, gives a couple of guided meditations, and contains information for taking it further.
Monash U. has a large collection of websites, articles, and links to resources for mindfulness for their students and interested public.
Similar to Monash, UNSW has a few links to teachers and guided meditation that might prove handy for someone new to mindfulness and meditation, as well as readings and links to the science behind it.
Living Well is a resource for men’s mindfulness, concentrating on developing personal strategies. If you find the language of the other sites isn’t worded to your demographic, consider checking this one out.
Recollective Awareness is a bit bare-bones, but has some good resource and audio links to guided meditation.
Primarily invested in the integration of psychotherapy and medical therapy, mindfulness attempts to help improve recovery and clinical intervention by providing links to mindfulness exercises within the context of combined medical therapy.
A collection of free audiovisual, text-based, and other media resources from a leading Australian therapist.
Another resource from Russ Harris, this list collects resources from published books and provides free chapters and recordings for mindfulness.
The CCI seeks to help depression and anxiety through the championing of mindfulness. Letting go of your stress and creating more healthy patterns in your mind is tantamount to mindfulness, and they’re using this to establish a coping plan for those who need it.
Kids Matter helps with an area which might not be immediately apparent in the other resources -- mindfulness and meditation for children. It showcases the need, and techniques for, helping children be present and mindful.
Another resource showcasing academic and practical applications and techniques for mindfulness. It also has a week-by-week assessment of the progress of your work. Handy for keeping track of your patterns.
A secondary resource from the CCI, this is more on the information required to battle Generalised Anxiety Disorder, and the importance of mindfulness in combatting it.
An online course that was created so that anyone, anywhere, can easily and effectively learn to practice mindfulness in their daily life and enjoy the benefits.
An online course that is designed to give people a basic understanding of mindfulness principles and how they can be applied.