As to the mind aspect of it, it’s usually practiced in two ways: Zazen is a very sober meditation style, and you can easily find a lot of strong communities practicing it, as well as plenty of information on the internet.
There is a lot of emphasis in keeping the right posture, as an aid for concentration.
In the West, its most popular forms comes from Dogen Zenji (1200~1253), the founder of Soto Zen movement in Japan.
Similar modalities are practiced in the Rinzai school of Zen, in Japan and Korea.
Examples are: the Self-Enquiry (“I am” meditation) of Ramana Maharishi; Dzogchen; Mahamudra; some forms of Taoist Meditation; and some advanced forms of Raja Yoga.