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4 Best Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Meditation

Posted by on Aug 1, 2014 in Meditation, Popular, Yoga & Science, Yoga History | 1 comment

4 Best Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Meditation
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

Student of Neuroscience Shows How Meditation May Vanquish Mental Disorders

Posted by on Jul 19, 2014 in Meditation, Popular | 0 comments

Student of Neuroscience Shows How Meditation May Vanquish Mental Disorders
By: Christina Sarich, This article originally appeared on Natural Society Can mindfulness practice (meditation) help vanquish mental disorders? According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 7.7 million Americans suffer from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder – approximately 3.3% of the US population when combined. Of these, approximately 40% of the individuals with schizophrenia and 51% of those Read More

After Silence: The Deafening Sound & Exquisite Beauty of Quiet Places

Posted by on Aug 13, 2013 in Mantra, Meditation, Popular | 0 comments

After Silence: The Deafening Sound & Exquisite Beauty of Quiet Places
  Muir Woods San Francisco “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” ~ Aldous Huxley, Music at Night and Other Essays, author of Brave New World   John Lane, painter, author and supporter of the Schumacher College in Devon, UK once pointed out that humans mix the gregarious and the solitary. We are not bees who fly in swarms nor solitary cats. Even when we spend time Read More

Synesthesia: A Multidimensional Blur of the Senses

Posted by on Jun 3, 2013 in Breaking News, Meditation, Popular, Yoga & Science | 1 comment

Synesthesia: A Multidimensional Blur of the Senses
This article originally appeared at WakingTimes.com Christina Sarich, Staff Writer Waking Times Imagine biting into an apple and seeing the color purple, or smelling the salt of the ocean as the touch of a lover’s hand on the small of your back. These types of experiences are called synesthesia: the occurrence of concomitant sensation is a fascinating blend of the five senses – touch, smell, taste, sound, and s Read More

Going Within or Acting Out

Posted by on Apr 11, 2013 in Popular, Yoga & Science, Yoga History | 0 comments

Going Within or Acting Out
In the yogic lifestyle we are often persuaded to go within. There are countless stories of mystics and holy men, sages and sadhus who retreat to Himalayan caves or deep forests, cloud-ensconced temples, or nooks in a receding crevasse to contemplate their place in the Universe. Understandably they were looking for answers that the world couldn’t provide them, and we are in no less a crazy world than 5000 year Read More