all about meditation
Empathy allows us to make a psychic and emotional connection with another person, to actually enter into their mind-space. The separateness between you and the other person fades away. Your ‘self-boundary’ melts away, so that in a sense – or to an extent – you become them.
This wonderful guided meditation will take you on a beautiful journey that will help you find your life purpose and start living the life you came here to live.
Every woman can access the orgasm via three pathways that guide us to experiencing different levels of inner power.
The practice of writing down your thoughts, hopes, dreams and life experiences is one of the most valuable and important spiritual practices one can have. This practice is known as journaling or keeping a personal diary. I can speak from my own first hand experience that the ritual of documenting your experiences, emotions, thoughts and insights […]
Yet again, another year passes and we all think (at least a little bit) about what the new year will bring. While losing weight, eating healthy, and quitting smoking are all fantastic resolutions to have, there is one thing that you could do that would make ALL of your dreams a reality, and that is to make it your mission to master the Law of Attraction this year.
Meditation for a Light Filled Body. Feel the miracle of meditation with this beautifully guided meditation by spiritual teacher, Marianne Williamson. Relax as an electrified elixir washes over your mind and body. Open your heart and receive divine light through every organ, tissue and cell and be soothed into a deep state of relaxation and peace. You’ll feel a warm sensation as your body is restored. This is a wonderful meditation to use every evening for healing just before going to sleep.
The term grounding means connected to the Earth, and it is one that spans numerous different cultures, traditions, and spiritual practices. While it is associated with feelings of balance, connection, centeredness, sinking, being anchored and in the flow, I would like to explore the greater implications of what is happening every time you go outside and relax into nature.
This stunningly beautiful video is a meditation about attaining full empowerment for serving others in the highest way. Below is the transcript.
Derek Rydall: I want to offer a practice that doesn’t require you to join a monastery or sit in lotus for hours. Using simple, one-minute sessions during the day, you can strengthen focus, lengthen attention, dissolve blocks, and increase connection — and still have time to live life fully. In this way you become what I call the “One-Minute Mystic.”
Louise Hay’s Morning Meditation is the perfect way to greet each new day. This softly guided gratitude meditation will lead you through a practice of giving thanks, which leaves you feeling full and at peace with all that is right now. Using this meditation as a daily practice will bring you great comfort and restored appreciation in the daily gifts we so often take for granted. Bless your gifts, your comforts and the people you meet each day –and watch the magic that follows.
When one is solely focused on the physical world around them, it becomes easy to be governed by the illusion of duality. The veil of thoughts and the five senses pulls the mind outside of ourselves and we get enamored with the endless opposites all around us; everywhere we look and in everything we know and care about. There’s good/evil, light/dark, and perhaps the hardest to deny are the ones that the laws of physics support moving more into polarity such as up/down, hot/cold, big/small, etc. But if we look closer, they are all relative and mere measurements of the same whole, just on opposing scales.
knowing that meditation is good for you is one thing—sitting down every day to do it is another. And consistency is the key to realizing the practice’s many benefits, says Sally Kempton, acclaimed meditation teacher and the author of Meditation for the Love of It.
Every single day the pain was getting worse, thinking it was ‘just a toothache’, I put it off until a more convenient time for me to deal with it. One day with the pain no longer bearable I went to have it looked at to find out that it was not a root canal as I had thought, it was a neurological condition called Trigeminal Neuralgia. Google informed me that this was considered “one of the worst pains known to humankind” and has also been called “the suicide disease” for its progressive extreme pain and chronic features. Yay me.
System Reboot I don’t know about you, but I’ve kind of slipped off the bandwagon lately with regards to ‘me’ time. I don’t know if its got to do with moving house and having an endless list of things to do or being in the midst of the silly season but quiet, reflective time is […]