by Ed and Deb Shapiro: Happiness is one of the most misunderstood words in our vocabulary, yet we search for this intangible state our whole lives.
Articles for Meditation
Huffington Post: Finding zen in the media spotlight might not be easy, but this summer Barbara Walters set out to achieve it through meditation.
by Tara Brach: Although not always highlighted in the West, prayer and devotion are a living stream in Buddhism.
by JC Peters: We know intuitively that our state of mind will affect our breath:
by Beth Levine: You’ve heard the bad news: High blood pressure can lead to heart attacks, strokes, and other unhealthy cardiovascular events.
by Steve Taylor: Last week a group of my students were giving a presentation on the spiritual philosopher Ken Wilber. It included a video interview in which Wilber remarked, “The best way to stop famine in the world is to meditate.”
HeartMath LLC: widely recognized for its science-based solutions for stress, as well as a personal wellness technology innovator,
Born in Chicago and raised catholic, best-selling author Caroline Myss discovered she was an intuitive at the age of 8,
by Dhanpal-Donna Quesada: When I was growing up, it seemed everyone was impressed with those who could fix computers or who were technologically savvy in some way.
by Lilian Cheung, D.Sc., R.D: In 1999, I went to Plum Village in France to attend a weeklong mindfulness retreat for business people led by Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh.