Monthly Archives: December 2009

Energy Meditation

Tweet Energy is everything.  The things we see, feel, or imagine are a form of energy.  But we may not know it or realize it because we seem to think that generally objects, the room you are in, or just … Continue reading

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Guided Meditation

Tweet A guided meditation is a technique that involves going on a journey, following a script, or listening to a story that can be read out loud, or heard on CD, MP3, audio file, etc.  The purpose of it is … Continue reading

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Relaxation Meditation

Tweet Relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, visualization, muscle relaxation, meditation, and yoga can help activate a relaxation response.  When practiced regularly, it can lead to stress reduction and a boosting of joy and serenity. Learning the basics of relaxation … Continue reading

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Sitting Meditation

Tweet Sitting meditation is the most common form of meditation method used in Eastern philosophy. When doing this meditation, it is advisable to sit in quiet place that is free from disturbances.  However, it doesn’t have to be indoors.  You … Continue reading

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Benefits of Meditation

Tweet For anyone who practices meditation on a daily basis, they can and will tell you that it has helped them in many ways.  The benefits have been rewarding on a mind, body, and spirit level.  If you are still … Continue reading

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Binaural Beats Meditation Stimulate Brain Functions

Tweet If you want to meditate, then adding binaural beats to your meditation would be a good addition to your meditation regime. Binaural beats meditation has proven to increase people’s efficiency in doing their everyday tasks. Also meditation has proven … Continue reading

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