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  1. The 7 Myths Of Relaxation By Cecil McIntosh
    I voluntarily teach relaxation by the bed side for heart, stroke, and cancer patients in the hospital. I thought it might be interesting to address the 7 Myths of relaxation through the eyes of the patients.Myth #1 If you slow down and relax nothing gets done.Having a major health challenge allows you to appreciate the joys of slowing down.Myth #2 I don't know how to relax.The patients in the hospital learn the relaxation process faster than all my other clients.I guess their mind is not clut…


  2. The Mind is Like a Frisky Monkey By Chesa Keane
    People are often so discouraged about the results of their meditative efforts.They feel that they are not only not relaxed, but anxious because they couldn't focus at all. Well, to quote one of my favorite teachers, George Curnoles, "Your mind is like a frisky monkey. Don't beat your monkey."No, that's not an R-rated statement, but a realistic way to look at how your mind works.Do you find yourself unable to focus on the goal of your meditation, whether it is a candle flame, a sound, a thought…


  3. Seven Benefits Of Mediation By Tristan Loo
    Should I take him to court? What are my options?Well, lawsuits and litigation have their appropriate place and function in our society, but in some instances, such as preserving on-going relationships, suing someone is like trying to remove a fly from a personís head with a hatchet. I am often asked what are the benefits of resolving a dispute through mediation versus traditional litigation. Here is a list of benefits that mediation can provide.Itís A Reality Check. Individuals, business, …


  4. Scientific Research on Transcendental Meditation (TM) By Fabrizio Coppola
    Scientific research has shown that the most beneficial meditation technique is Transcendental Meditation (TM). The striking reduction of stress and anxiety caused by TM are 3 times greater than the effect caused by most meditation and relaxation techniques.Transcendental Meditation has been taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi since 1958. The first articles about the beneficial effects of TM were published around 1970 on important magazines and scientific journals such as- Science (167, 1970),- Ame…


  5. Four Meditation Exercises for the Beginner By Denice Moffat
    How do YOU meditate? What works for you? What do you feel in your body? I know I'm not the only one to admit that I have a difficult time meditating. Here are some answers I received from the above question on an interactive Conscious Evolution site last year. I hope one of these methods will help you on your meditative journeys.Method #1: Ritual is very important to my meditation practice. In my practice that includes meditating at the same time every day: incense, a lit candle, acknowledging…


  6. Establishing A Daily Meditation Practice By Robert Morgen
    Itís important to establish a daily practice and then stick to it. This doesnít mean dedicating 12 hours a day to meditation, it just means creating a space in your home where you can take a few minutes and meditate and do the exercises. I advise people to start with some of the basic exercises and devote 10 -20 minutes a day as they develop their physical and mental abilities. Many people quite simply overload themselves and expect too much too soon, then get discouraged when they donít see t…


  7. How to Meditate in a Noisy Environment By Mike Suzuki
    The first thing any meditation text will tell you is to find a quiet place with little or no distractions. In a perfect world, these silent places would exist for everyone. But, in many peopleís lives, distractions are the rule rather than the exception.Letís face it; life is hectic these days. If you share your home with children, parents, or roommates, you have built-in distractions at every turn. Whether itís the television, earsplitting music, or just loud conversation, you may not be able…


  8. Embrace Fear and Let Go By Chet Day
    Before I started meditating several years ago with CDs using audio technologies, I estimate I hadn't recalled much more than tiny snippets of a dream in, gosh, at least ten years and probably many more than that.One of the things I liked immediately when I began using meditation CDs was that I started sleeping as soundly as a puddle of snoozing cat and dreaming vividly and often. For the first time in years I could clearly recall in the mornings my imaginings of the nights before.Well, right a…


  9. Fitness Workout - Exercising the Present Moment! By Michaela Scherr
    The following exercise program has been designed to get the mind firmly in the present, not yesterday or tomorrow but right here, right now. Itís a particularly great exercise to become familiar with because it helps during times when you need to totally concentrate on an important task. There have been many times in the past when Iíve been overwhelmed by the many different tasks on my Ďto do listí. Learning to become present has helped me to focus totally on one thing at a time and makes …


  10. White Sun - Meditation By Teow Aun Chew
    The Great Saint Arya Bodhidarma is the greatest teacher of meditation of the past. He meditated for nine years in a cave in China before he found his successor to carry on the Lineage of Tao according to Tao of Heaven. The questions were asked by serious meditators and below the answers explained by him:Q1: How can a person know whether he has made progress in his meditation and can meditation be practised anywhere and anytime?Ans: Meditation is the practice of stillness of the mind and one ma…


  11. Druids and Meditation By Robert Morgen
    Itís pretty obvious that the ancient Druids used several forms of meditation. That the Druids were able to still and control their minds is unquestioned, but the techniques they used have apparently been lost to the ravages of time and the lack of written records.As with much of the re-creation of the Druid paths, we find ourselves turning to other cultures and methodologies to fill in the gaps. Before the cries of ďUntraditionalĒ become too loud I think I should point out that meditation and …


  12. A One Minute Meditation By Steven Gillman
    Maybe learning to meditate intimidates you, and in any case it's tough to find the time for daily meditation. The solution to both problems is an easy meditation you can learn right now, that will only take a minute to do each day.An Easy Meditation TechniqueBreathing through your mouth expands your chest, but if you breath through your nose you'll notice how your abdomen extends. You see, nose-breathing causes the diaphram to pull air to the bottom of your lungs. This delivers a good dose of …


  13. Meditation, Self-Acceptance & the Muse By Linda Dessau
    Meditation presents an interesting paradox. It requires humility and acceptance, and yet it results in self-empowerment and increased confidence.Low self-esteem, which affects and can cripple many creative artists, leads us to believe that weíre not worth much, and therefore our ideas (our songs) probably arenít either. This low self-esteem is a distant cousin to humility. Humility involves accepting ourselves for who we are, which includes our limitations.So, our goal is to humbly seek answer…


  14. A Hypnosis Cd - Getting the Most from Them By Steven Harold
    You should treat the use of a hypnosis cd just like you use a tool. In other words, any tool has the potential to do a great job as long as it is used for its intended purpose. The message here is that a tool is only useful if it is used.People who purchase a hypnosis cd want help in a specific area of their life. These areas might be stress management, alcoholic addiction, smoking, concentration, study, weight, insomnia and more. Often the hypnosis cd is being used to undo or reprogram a spec…


  15. Introduction to Meditation By George Lockett
    A simple definition of meditation and tips on how to do this at anytime.The power of the mind is infinite and its capabilities are universal. Normally our mind is turned outwards, always looking through the senses at the world around us. The senses allow the mind to hear, touch, smell, see and taste.Through meditation we can turn the mind in on its Self. This process opens up a whole new world to our awareness. By looking within, during meditation, we can see all the parts of the body. We can …


  16. Levels of the Aura, Body and Consciousness By George Lockett
    A look at how there is a connection between the Aura and the Human Body and Consciousness.Become aware of the energy field that surrounds your body. You can feel this with your hands. Rub your hands together for about 30 seconds quite quickly so they become warm. Hold your hands about 150cm/6Ē apart and bring them closer together and further apart. Can you feel the change in the energy as you do this, you may even feel a little resistance?This is the energy, which I am talking about. To a cert…


  17. 4 Little Known Secrets of Meditation By Matt P. Clarkson
    =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-Secret #1:The True Purpose of Meditation=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Many people feel a sense of fascination when confronted with the possibility of mystic visions, psychic intuition and heightened mental functioning. While meditators often report these sorts of improvements, these experiences should not be the primary reason for practice. The purpose of meditation is to bring us back to ourselves. As we become healthier, happier and realize greater self-awareness, the other be…


  18. Meditating - Staying Awake By Steven Gillman
    Why is staying awake while meditating important? Falling asleep is certainly relaxing, and can be good for you, but to get the full range of benefits from your meditation you need to have your brainwaves in the alpha and theta ranges. When you are asleep, your brainwaves range from theta to delta. Meditation should be a state of relaxed alertness (primarily alpha brainwaves). Try the following tips to stay awake.1. Don't lay down. Laying down may be the comfortable way to meditate, but it is a…


  19. Subconscious By Kristine Peterson
    The subconscious is a scarey thing to comtemplate for some people. We have been taught that it is a dark place that keeps deep dark secrets about ourselves that could destroy our peace of mind at the very least, and our lives at the very worst. And quite possibly it does. But, that is not its only function.I think of it as a vast library full of books that has all my memories in it. It is not a dark place at all. There are bright pleasant lights, beautiful carpets and comfortable armcha…


  20. Preksha Meditation-Perception of Body By MAHAPRAGYA ACHARYA
    Introduction to be given prior to the exercise:The practice of the perception of body consists in concentrating the mind on each part of the body, one by one and perceiving the sensations and vibrations taking place in each part. Of course, here the perception does not mean the visual perception, but the mental one. The sensations may be superficial sensations of the skin such as the contact with your clothes warmth or coolness, itching and perspiration etc, or they may be the sensations of pa…


  21. Meditation: How to Enter a Deep State of Relaxation By Elaine Murray
    There are many methods of meditation that can lead to channeling, mediumship, or simply a greater spiritual awareness. Here is the method I use: Find a comfortable position, either sitting or lying down. Close your eyes.Take three or four deep breaths, inhaling through the nose and exhaling through the mouth.Concentrate on your body and mentally tell each part of your body to relax, from the toes on your feet to the muscles in your face.Tense some of your muscles, then let them relax.While i…


  22. Preksha Meditation By MAHAPRAGYA ACHARYA
    Posture:You may select a posture of meditation in which you can sit comfortably and steadily for a long period. The posture of meditation may be 'full lotus-posture,' 'half lotus-posture,' 'simple cross-legged posture, or 'diamond-posture' (Vajrasan).Mudras : Position of the HandsThere are two alternatives: one position is called Jnana Mudra. Keep your right hand on the right knee and left hand on the left knee, keeping the palms turned up. Let the tip of the index finger touch the tip of the …


  23. Muraqaba- The Sufi Meditation By Sufi-Master Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi By Syed Reaz
    When we try to learn a new skill or try to gain knowledge about a specific subject, we follow a guideline or a system, which demands that we pay attention to the subject to fully understand it. Our mind becomes curious to know the where, how and what of it. When we pay attention to the minor details, that minor point itself gains value. However, when we ignore the most important part and do not pay any cognitive attention to it then even that major point loses its value and importance. Through…


  24. Stevia 100% Natural Herbal Sweetener By John Mericle M.D.
    Artificial sweeteners are developed in organic chemistry labs. Stevia grows wild in the rain forests.Finally, a sweetener that I think has yet to show any real toxicity. It has been used for centuries by the Guarani Indians both as a sweetener and a medicinal. It does not have any calories, is suitable for diabetics and does not cause cavities. It is obtained from the leaves of the stevia shrub which grows wild in the Amambay Mountain region of Paraquay.Introduced in Japan in 1970.Ste…


  25. The Relationship Between Meditation and Self-Analysis By Paul Jerard
    These are two very powerful tools for self-improvement, but how can you use them in harmony? For example: Self-analysis and meditation cannot be performed at the same time. After all, multi-tasking runs contrary to what meditation is all about.So where do we start? Self-analysis will give many of your meditations purpose. The purpose of self-analysis is to objectively look inward, constructively, without judgment or regret, and to find solutions to ongoing problems.There is an instinctive …






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