“Kindness is the light that dissolves all walls between souls, families, and nations.” ~ Paramahansa Yogananda
What if the cure for your cold was opening a door for a complete stranger? Or watering your neighbor’s roses while they are away on vacation when you notice them wilting? How about stopping your headache by putting some spare change in someone’s parking meter when it is abou Read More
This article was originally published at Collective Evolution
There have been numerous studies detailing what happens to the brain in long-term meditators, but what exactly happens to people who meditate for the first time?
Sara Lazar, a Harvard researcher, has gained quite some notoriety detailing how the brain actually grows grey matter when people meditate. Other studies have shown that meditat Read More
This article was originally posted at Natural Society
There are a million and one things that can get in the way of a daily meditation, but like the old Zen saying states, “you should sit in meditation every day for twenty minutes, unless you’re too busy. Then you should sit for an hour.”
When you read these 5 excuse-busting motivations, you’ll want to find at least twenty minutes a day to clear your mind Read More
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This article was reposted at Lightworkers.org
SPECIAL BRAIN EXERCISE ‘ENHANCES BRAIN PERFORMANCE’ NEW STUDY FINDS
~ by Christina Sarich
www.naturalsociety.com – August 31st, 2014
Special Brain Exercise Enhances Brain Performance.
New study finds not all types of meditation are created equally. Some alter our brainwave states so that we become more calm and centered, helping Read More
By: Christina Sarich
This article was shared with All Things Healing by WakingTimes
Editor’s Note from Sue O’Callahan: One of the best decisions I made was to travel to Sedona for the Venus Transit. Being in the energy of the vortices was powerfully transformational. Christina Sarich’s article inspires future travels to sacred destinations. First stop, Mt. Shasta!
Just as the physical body has se Read More
Meditation, the Secret Weapon
By: Stephanie Flood
This post originally appeared on Healthy Aeon
Meditation: My secret weapon
“How do you do so much?” a colleague once asked me in my graduate school days, after I explained to her all the projects I’d been working on. In those days, I did a lot. I apprenticed for a newspaper, was a full-time student and part-time teaching assistant. I barely had time for a so Read More