Yes, meditation works. Dharana is concentration and Dhayan is meditation. So what we usually read and practice is Dharana(concentration). Meditation in real sense does happen by itself, if all mental obstacles are removed.
If we have multi-pronged approach, we may succeed in achieving state of mediation. It is a long term process, requiring regular practice of yoga, living ethically, learning. Learning from a master is the best. However one may try www.anmolmehta.com . This website is linked with blog;. So regular update is done. One may ask questions as well.
Under the word yoga, Kundalini yoga, you will find many websites.
I meditate everyday! Sometimes I will meditate up to an hour. If you have a hard time clearing your mind, try meditating with music. There is a great varity of music on youtube. You can upload a few video's on your play lists and play them one after another without any interruptions.
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