While many approach meditation as a serious practice, it’s good to have a sense of humor sometimes. One of the best ways to do that is with meditation jokes. If you’re in need of a good laugh, this page has everything you need. Enjoy these meditation jokes and cartoons. Laughter is one of the best ways to relieve stress.
Q: How many Zen Buddhists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Three — one to change it, one to not-change it and one to both change- and not-change it.
A Zen master approached a hot dog cart and requests: “Make me one with everything.”
The hot dog vendor prepares the hot dog and hands it to the Zen master, who pays with a $20 bill.
The hot dog vendor puts the bill in the cash drawer and closes the drawer.
“Where’s my change?” asks the Zen master.
The hot dog vendor responds: “Change must come from within.”
Why don’t Buddhists vacuum in the corners?
Because they have no attachments.
A Meditation student asked his teacher, “Am I allowed to send you email?”
“Yes,” replied the teacher, “But no attachments please.”
Q: Why do mindfulness students love going to airports?
A: Because they always get a free body scan!
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By Maria Scrivan
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Four monks agreed to meditate in silence for a week and to not speak a single word.
On the first day, they all maintained silence. But as darkness fell, the flame of their singular candle began to flicker.
“Oh, the flame is going out,” said one monk.
“We should not speak a single word,” said the second monk.
“Why did you two speak?” asked the third monk.
“Ha! I am the only one who did not talk!” said the fourth monk.
Q. What did the sign in the monastery searching for new monks say?
A. Inquire within!
For his 70th birthday, one of his students gave the zen master a big box with a ribbon around it. When the master opened the box, he found that there was nothing inside. “Aha,” he exclaimed, “just what I wanted!”