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The Story of the Laughing Buddha

Who is that smiling, cherubic Buddha? Is he really a Buddha at all? A favorite symbol of Asian culture even to this day, the Laughing Buddha is really a 10th century monk who roamed China nearly a thousand years ago. His name was Ho Tai (Hotei) and he as thought to be a saintly, an enlightened being and possible a Bodisattva, or one who has attained enlightement as a Buddha. Continue reading

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Meditation And Chi Energy

There are things that we have difficulty understanding in our highly technological society. Sometimes simple concepts like those found through meditation are easily lost in all of the noise we create. Quieting our minds may give us a new perspective on ourselves and the world around us. Continue reading

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Meditation Music Eases The Senses

Each day we wake up to experience a world that seems to be rotating faster and faster while we run to keep up. Not that long ago we went to work with a briefcase and a few files, now we have a laptop computer, cell phone with texting and talking capabilities, and even our cars have electronic maps and voices that tell us which way to go. It can be sensory overload and physically exhausting always being connected. Meditation music has exploded onto the scene with growing sections in stores and sites on the web to offer you songs to help you maintain sanity. Continue reading

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Binaural Beats for Effective Astral Projection

The trend of using binaural beats to achieve a state of mental calm is gaining popularity among all. Along with helping relieve stress and anxiety, the effects of binaural beats stretch to the sub-conscious and the unconscious planes as well. The use of binaural beats can also achieve astral projections, out-of-body experiences that are developed by practice and are not natural experiences like dreaming. Continue reading

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Spirituality vs. religion: It’s not what you might think

Tweet Meditation classes for inmates bring calm behind bars “Eyes closed, heads down. Focus on your breathing.” The men in the sanctuary obediently followed their Buddhist chaplain’s … Read more on Seattle Times Now Ambedkar inspires a ‘Babasaheb Charit Manas’ … Continue reading

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Religion Notes: First Sunday Night Singing

Tweet The American Meditation Institute Hosts Mind-Body Medicine Seminars by Dr. Bernie Siegel, Leonard Perlmutter and Dr … The American Meditation Institute in Averill Park, New York will host two seminars teaching meditation and yoga as mind-body medicine. Acclaimed holistic … Continue reading

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Specific Chakra Exercises for Balance plus Well being

In as much as exercise is good for the overall well-being of your body, so too does a person’s chakras gain from exercises that will develop and improve them. In executing the following chakra exercises, keep in mind that the main aim is always to enhance your chakra’s health and balance, and in so doing boost your overall health and balance also. Continue reading

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