Have you ever noticed how some days your are so much more effective than others, even when you feel you are focusing on what you want and not what you don't want? Even if you are a student of mega-manifestation and the law of attraction, if you have trouble being present, how effective can you really be in your work, relationships, family, and recreational life?
Greg who had chronic back problems, was building an house. After sawing wood, pounding nails and lifting heavy logs all day, he would be extremely sore and stiff. The next morning he could hardly get out of bed. This went on for weeks. One morning he bent over, ruptured a disc in his spine and had to have emergency spine surgery - all because he did not listen to what his body was saying.
Meditation A guided meditation from the Carriers of Light Let your desires float by you. Let yourself ease into a relaxed state of mind. Let your body relax; let your bones sink into the muscles around them. Let your bones move around. Feel the muscles soften around them. Let your mind come to a point of stillness. Let your thoughts no longer be busy with themselves.
Meditation has been used for thousands and thousands of years. And it certainly has helped millions of people and it still does help many people around the globe. Meditation does not need any help: you can do it on your own, whenever you want to. You don't need any tools nor equipment. Meditation will help you relax and feel better. Learning how to be aware of the present moment in meditation will keep your mind sharp and help you focus better in other areas of life as well.
Meditation is one of the best ways, if not the best way, to reduce stress and burnout. It hardly needs to be said, but our lives today, no matter who you are or what sector you are involved in, are excessively complicated. Both the work day pressure and the strain of human relationships can take their toll on you, leaving you bitter and frustrated, unable to enjoy yourself in the best days of your life.
There are many benefits of meditation that most people who have never tried it are unaware of. The history of mediation goes back eons. With this kind of history it's no surprise mediating is so successful. If you can truly learn to push away the thoughts in your mind and truly give in to the process, you could find great things happening for your mind and body.
What exactly is meditation? You ask people and they will very likely refer you to the internet to "Google" it. On the internet, you'll find thousands of web pages defining the exercise of meditating and trying to explain it in their own terms. Unfortunately, a lot of these sites explain meditating in a very complicated and esoteric fashion... extremely difficult to understand and just plain boring.
Meditation is one of the most powerful 'self help' tools available today and is available to anyone. All meditation asks for is time and an open mind and in return you will benefit in so many different ways. It is incredibly straightforward and perhaps that's where a lot of doubt comes from - is this all it really is? Meditation is simply turning our awareness inside and being present in the moment.
Are your children getting the benefits that meditation can bring to them? You may already know that meditation is a great method for adults to reduce stress and find happiness, but you may not know that it is also extremely helpful for children as well. It is not so difficult to teach your child to meditate, so read on and I will explain how I teach meditation to children The first point for teaching your children how to practice meditation is for you to start meditating on a regular basis.
Binaural beats were first discovered in 1839 by Heinrich Wilhelm Dove. However, Dove didn't realise the full potential of this technology, he merely observed that it occurred. It was another 134 years before Gerald Oster penned an article called "Auditory Beats in the Brain" which was published in Scientific American in 1973. It was proposed that a binaural beat occurs in the brain if you apply slightly different frequency sine waves independently but simultaneously to each ear.