Mindfulness Meditation And Metta…

Mindfulness Meditation and Metta

Mindfulness Meditation and Metta…

Buddhism teaches us that mindfulness is a way to live happily and peacefully.

What is mindfulness? Being mindful means the opposite to having a “mind full” of random thoughts that are usually focused on the past or the future. Rather, it’s being fully in the present moment. Any thoughts you do have, are “here” and “now.”

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How Many Times A Day Do You “Should” Yourself?

Stop should-ing on yourself!

How many times a day do you “should” yourself? I should clean up the house… I should get the oil changed in the car… I should meditate… I should eat more vegetables… I should exercise… Louise Hay says that “should” is one of the most damaging words in our vocabulary. At first glance, it might…

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The Perfect Walking Meditation For When You’re “On The Go”

Walking Meditation

I’d like to introduce you to a Walking Meditation technique that can be extremely effective when the idea of “sitting and doing nothing” causes you to feel stressed. With most meditation techniques, you need to be sitting still with your eyes closed but walking meditation can be practiced anytime, when you’re “on the go” with…

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[WARNING] Don’t Miss The Point Of Meditation!

The Point Of Meditation

There is a very famous Zen story of a student who wanted to learn martial arts. He went to a famous Zen master and asked him: “I am a very sincere student and want to learn and master martial arts. How much time will it take me to master martial arts?” The Zen master replied…

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Why Meditate?

why meditate

There are so many wonderful benefits you can enjoy from a regular practice of meditation!

What might surprise you is that these benefits are particularly relevant to today’s go-go-go society.

Here are 10 reasons why meditation will…

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Have You Heard The Term “Monkey Mind”?

Have You Heard The Term “Monkey Mind”?

Have you heard the term, “monkey mind”? It refers to the constant, untamed mental chatter that goes on practically every waking moment. The only times our minds are silent (and happy!) is when we’re completely immersed in something, like a hobby or an activity that requires intense concentration. It would be no problem if our…

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Ever Felt Alone When Making A Difficult Decision?

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Have you ever felt alone when you have to make a difficult decision? It can feel like you’re the only one who understands… the only one who has ever gone through this… the only one who has to suffer the consequences. It can seem like there is no right answer and no clear choice. In this state…

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Binaural vs Monaural And Isochronic

Binaural Vs Monaural And Isochronic

Over the last 25 years the pace of technological change has increased so rapidly that one decade’s must-have gadget becomes the next decade’s laughing stock. Entrainment itself has been used by humans for thousands and thousands of years. The underlying “principle” of entrainment is very old. What is “new”, is the technical methods used in…

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Principles Of Meditation And Brainwave Entrainment – The Hard Facts!

It’s evident there is much confusion over the difference between Meditation and Brainwave Entrainment. Let’s establish what is meant by the word “meditation” first. The dictionary offers several different meanings such as to “think about” or “consider” a thing, etc. Our definition is very specific. Meditation is a particular state of consciousness having very unique…

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Want To Know How To Meditate?

how-to-meditate

If you lead anything even close to a normal life, things are no doubt pretty hectic for you on a daily basis. Between working, the children, and your social life, it is easy for stress levels to get pretty high, and this is okay for a short period of time. Stress is a natural response…

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