I’ve always said that lovingkindness and compassion are inevitably woven throughout meditation practice even if the words are never used or implied, no matter what technique or method we are using.
Adyashanti: What is your relationship to that endless stream of thoughts in your head? Do you take them to be yours? Do you believe your thoughts
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: Have you ever felt as if your mind was driving you crazy? Does the ch:atter in your head go on endlessly?
by Kailen Rosenberg: When it comes to chilling out or finding your center here are some easy tips that can help!
by Tenzin Norbu: Bodhisattvas employ the faculty of mindfulness in order to maintain consciousness of “the present moment.”
Movement as a vehicle for personal growth and awareness has been a long-standing practice in many traditions. Yoga, T’ai Chi, and Chi Gong are all meditative practices that use the body as a portal to experience a deeper sense of self by observing, feeling and guiding specific movements.
A new study has found that older people who take part in an eight-week program of meditation were able to reduce feelings of loneliness and boost their immune systems,
by Lauren Howland, Planet Green: Everything in the universe is made of energy. Physicists have proven that down to the tiniest measurable sub-particles; the same swirling matter that continuously changes and manifests itself in new forms, permeates every part of existence.
by RACHEL MAGAHY: Everything in life is flow. Energy is constantly flowing to us and through us, so when it comes to opening the door to receiving more love,
“Resting the mind can be accomplished by meditation, and also by artwork, which allows the intuition to flow: the conscious mind recedes. Meditation and artwork at their best complement each other, and true things emerge.” –Candace Loheed