Simple 3 minute meditations when you are busy
Learn meditations to eliminate stress
Meditations designed to improve performance
Meditation For Spiritual Healing
Spiritual Healing creates results that would seem impossible through other methods. The list of possibilities is longer than I can fit in this small article.Meditation, Stress and Hypertension
Meditation will reduce stress. Meditation will help reduce blood pressure.Guided Meditation – Achieving Complete Control And Concentration
The art of Meditation, in essence not only allows us to discover deep inner peace and relaxation, it also enables us to grow as individuals. Guided meditation is a method that will allow you to reach never before experienced depths of relaxation, and give you ultimate concentration power and control, so you can make the most of every minute of every day.The One Secret to Effective Meditation
To experience a powerful meditation, focus on your breathing. Breathing is the key. Long, deep breaths in help oxygenate your cells. And exhaling is symbolic of letting go of every thought, concern, or worry. A few minutes of relaxed, deep breathing can work wonders and it’s the gateway to that peaceful, meditative state of mind.Meditation – 3 Tips of Beginning
Throughout my life, I have encountered many promises of enhanced health, of effective diets, or of schemes which promise success. The hustle of this is enough, in and of itself, to create a stressful environment for those involved or for those avoiding. Luckily, in my time, I’ve also been studying. I have been studying those around me, and those tools and techniques which are available to us. Meditation is a beginning, an introduction. When it comes to meditation, stress is but one avenue which you can pursue to rid your mind of.5 Easy Ways To Meditate
There are lots of different ways to meditate. Here are some different meditation methods that you can test to see which is best for you.Are We There Yet?
My first experience with meditation was like a “bootcamp”/buddhacamp….as “taught” by a man I lovingly refer to as the “Meditation Nazi” (think Soup Nazi from Seinfeld). Every day for 30 days at 4:20am. I refer to the experience as the “Are we there yet” syndrome, because my thoughts reminded me of traveling with kids and their incessant “Are we there yet?” until you reach your final destination. 15 minutes of silent meditation seemed like the longest car ride in history! Initially the experience was painful (both physically and mentally!) but an amazing thing happened as the days went on…I began to realize that I didn’t have to try to change my experience of things- that I could be aware of what was going on within me without judging it as “good” or “bad”. Just to be. So, the moral of the story is…if you’re new to meditation and feeling discouraged…don’t give up. Your mind may try to play tricks on you in the beginning (Are we there yet?) but if you stick with it you’ll notice amazing changes in all areas of your life. Not just when you’re “Sitting Still”….You Never Know
I was a busy young mother with small children in Seattle during the 1970’s when I began to experience stress and sleepless nights. “You have to relax,” my doctor advised. I didn’t need him to tell me to relax, I thought.Japa Meditation – The Link To A Transcendental Realm
Japa, or personal sound vibration is a spiritual practice that involves the meditative repetition of the name of God. The mantra or name may be spoken softly, enough for the chanter to hear it, or it may be repeated purely within the mind. Japa may be performed whilst sitting in a yogic posture, while performing other activities, or as part of formal worship in congregational settings.Using Sounds For Increasing The Power Of The Mind
The use of sound such as in the form of a guided meditation may be helpful because they generally ‘guide’ you through the steps of meditation with a speaker who uses a calm nearly monotone voice to facilitate a relaxed state. Other sounds could also be that of nature such as waves breaking against a shore, raindrops, a rushing stream or seagulls. By listening and focusing in on these nature sounds, we can find ourselves becoming more relaxed.