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Meditation Benefits such as good sleep, more focus, less anxiety, less stress, less stress related illnesses.
Our Learning Library of Methods and Techniques offers excellent resources for the beginner right up to the advanced user. These techniques are taught using both audio tools and in depth descriptions.
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These meditation techniques can be used for significantly reducing stress, achieving new heights in personal growth, building concentration skills, or fostering a feeling of well being. In fact, all three will likely occur when you practice this art.
By offering high quality .mp3 audio samples that you can download, you can learn at your own pace. Try several methods. Find visual mandalas or wallpaper to heighten your experience. Choose what works best. Remember, you will be able to reap the benefits of a deep and pleasant centering experience if you allow your mind and body to do so.
This site will hopefully offer you new insights into old behaviors Meditation brings your attention inward. By focusing on yourself, you may uncover unproductive mental addictions and refocus this time on positive thoughts that bring you the bliss that you desire.
Be careful what you think about, because what you get what you think about. The more intense and more frequent the thought the quicker it appears to your experience. Live your dream by first thinking about it all the time, once you do this, all the opportunities you will ever want show up. This works every time no exception.
You give before you receive You must do the work of thinking before you get the opportunity If you have trouble focusing on what you want, try to fill your life with things that remind you of it. One thing that helps is to immerse yourself in the environment that you want to be a part of, the rest will come easily. You command your world with your thoughts.
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An excerpt from a previous Edition of our E-Zine:
"Did your guidance counselor ever ask you? If you had a million dollars, what would you like to do with your life? The question is supposed to open you up to be totally free to choose your profession. Isn’t it interesting how most people continue doing what they’re already doing?
This process is incredibly valuable in helping you realize the freedom you have all around you every day. If you try going through your day with the idea that you already have millions of dollars in your bank account... it lifts this gargantuan weight off your shoulders.
You will begin to feel as if this massive space is opening up around you. This sense of freedom has the potential to infuse itself into everything you do. You may even start to feel as light as a feather. I can’t help but think of that song by Journey, “Don’t stop believing’ …hold on to that feelin’!
You have always had the ability to control how you feel. What’s the difference between winning millions of dollars, and feeling like you’ve won millions of dollars? It feels the same."
This site was mainly created people looking to explore the potential of the mind. The human mind is a tremendous machine that can work for you when maintained through discipline or conversely it can work against you, if left undiscovered. It’s all in the awareness of our own mental dialogue that we can begin to work with it.
Many scholars have suggested that we are not our mind, but the mind is a separate tool or a helper that is always near. Being able to see our thoughts as a separate entity can reinforce our ability to overcome challenges that illusions that are created by our mind.
Fears and anxieties are often caused by imagined threats that appear to be real and imminent. The body uses the mental images of these thoughts as tools to bring about emotions that are often felt on a physical level. The behavior of our own internal thoughts are very similar to real world behaviors of animals within nature.
A popular example to illustrate the behavior of the mind can be depicted by suggesting that the mind is very similar to a puppy dog. When untrained, it changes its focus quickly and becomes mischievous and craves constant stimulus, never satisfied. It is through consistent care, supervision, and discipline that it begins to integrate into a beneficial partnership with everything and everyone around it.
What this site intends to do is help develop our own intrinsic awareness to this phenomenon. As a result, our lives can transform into beautiful representations of our inner most cherished dreams!
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This site has really helped me, I love to meditate. It gets me calm and focused. Whenever I don't feel good it really helps me feel better. I can feel that i've become anonther person, and it is a positive thing. I was so easily stressed about school and work, and I got mad very quick. I've become such a calm person. So thanks for making meditation much easier.
- Tess, from Amsterdam