People are meditating today and it’s so good that the word about it is spreading. Finding time to meditate and fitting it in your day makes so many people feel better.
For some it’s very easy but for others it’s harder. Sometimes just getting started is all you need to love and appreciate it. Continue reading >>
With all the regular activities in our day – phone, texting, email, social media – we have a hard time to find a pause with a moment just to breathe and enjoy the present. Talking about meditation and finding time to do it are often two different things, so we don’t meditate as much as we should or would like to.
Regular meditation is recommended and even if we’ve just tried it a time or two we know that it’s good for us. Sometimes it seems like a good idea to just get away and go on a meditation retreat. Continue Reading >>
Meditation has been practiced since ancient times. For thousands of years, people have experienced the physical, mental and spiritual benefits of meditation, like enhanced brain function, lower blood pressure and heart rate, reduced anxiety and improved overall health.
The 3-Minute Meditations program provides breakthrough meditation methods that are super-short, super-simple introductions to the art and science of meditation. It is designed for beginners or folks short on time, and with this program anyone can do meditation!
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This book is just like its title with facts and information about getting started with meditation and includes methods and instructions for meditating as well.
It has three distinct meditations that you can practice now and you can do them all together if you like. This book can lead you to peace and a calm mind and open the door to higher consciousness.
- Why people do meditation
- What benefits meditation offers
- Several types of meditation you can start now
- Instruction on meditating
- Tips for learning and practicing meditation
- and more!
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Mindfulness is a popular topic these days, just like meditation is. Mindfulness is described as “moment-to-moment, nonjudgmental awareness.” When you’re being mindful, the key is not to label or judge what’s happening, or put simply, mindfulness is just about being present.
In a world that is always on the go, the benefits of slowing down look very attractive. There are many benefits of mindfulness practice and many ways it can be applied to our lives.
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Meditation is a method we use to silence the mind and gain peace, and it is especially useful in troubling times. Anytime is a good time to meditate and with only a few minutes (or more) we can calm the chatter, find peace and better our situation as we live our daily lives.
These days many people are trying meditation and, of these, many are starting to have a regular meditation practice. Despite the fact that it is popular you may still wonder, “Why should I meditate?” One of the best reasons to answer this is the fact that meditation can be used to cure difficulties. Continue Reading >>
Here we present the Motivational Speaker Dr Wayne Dyer who expounds the truth and has been seen by many on videos and TV shows around the world. We cover Dr Dyers birth and life accomplishments with included video and a few of his top selling books.
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer was an internationally renowned author, speaker, and pioneer in the field of self-development and spirituality who was known to many as a great teacher.
Here we talk about the Motivational speaker named Guy Finley who is an American self-help writer, philosopher, spiritual teacher, and former professional songwriter and musician. He is a self-realization author and spiritual guide known for his kindness, passion, and deep understanding of the inner path.
He is the acclaimed author of well-known books like The Secret of Letting Go and The Essential Laws of Fearless Living along with 35 other major works that have sold over a million copies in 18 languages worldwide. Continue Reading >>
Pranayama is the Sanskrit term for controlling the prana (vital air). There are over 300 different breathing practices you can use in breath cultivation, it is called “pranayama” or “anapana” exercises.
In some schools they teach you to simply relax your body and follow your breath without thinking. In time your breath will calm down and stop from this practice.
When doing pranayama or other breath retention exercises it can lead to meditation.
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A goal in yogic meditation or dhyana is bringing the body-mind-breath into alignment. This is done mostly in sitting meditation and sometimes includes the aides of breathing exercises or techniques.
Only when we turn towards the inner Self do we find fulfilment and Peace.
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Shiva is often pictured sitting at peace in meditation. If you meditate then it’s good to read about Lord Shiva, since He conquers ignorance and puts people at peace. Continue Reading >>