Meditation & Thoughts In meditation you find the mind going very deep into itself, but something br.. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Meditation and Your Thoughts A really good article. Goes into depth about “our thoughts” and how to transcend them with meditation. Meditation is becoming more popular and many are practicing it. Many who take it on continue for a long time with it because the benefits are real. If you are interested in taking meditation courses, you can access information here: meditation courses See on www.speakingtree.in
Though scientific studies are undecided on whether meditation actually improves sleep (some researchers say it does by easing depression, some say it makes you need less sleep, some reveal increased alertness), I find it the spiritual equivalent… American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: If you are having trouble sleeping then maybe you need meditation for sleeping. Beditation as they call it might be better than warm milk and counting sheep combined. Learn the techniques talked about here and get a good night’s rest! Meditation to Help You sleep! For more on meditation please go here: Meditation certification. See on
Holistic Nursing Becoming More Complimentary to Convententional Treatments? As alternative treatments become more complementary in nature to conventional treatments, one will continue to see a rise in hypnosis, meditation and other holistic nursing techniques and treatments to help people. Ted Malave examines this issue in his article, ‘Complementary Medicine”. We take a closer look at what we call “alternative medicine.” The practice using exercise, meditation and relaxation as an alternative to medicine for treatment has grown in popularity over the years. If you would like to read the entire article, please click here If you are interested in Holistic Nursing
Many see meditation has strange, weird or foreign. Others see meditating as a spiritual or religious practice. For those that know how to meditate, they know its true meaning. When you meditate you are simply becoming aware of what you are doing and who you are. This could mean focusing on an aspect of yourself or focusing on nothing at all and enjoying the silence. When we use meditation to become aware of ourselves, we often learn. We learn about what matters and how to deal with what does not. Through daily meditation we can embrace love and reject stress.
Theological Meditative Benefits Many of us are aware of the physical benefits of meditation. However, those are side benefits and not the primary reason why one should utilize meditation in one’s prayer life. Meditation’s ultimate purpose is to unite one with God. Whether one approaches meditationfrom an Eastern or Western theological point of view, the ultimate purpose is spiritual renewal and connection with God. The benefits of this are beyond measure because they are spiritual in nature. Whether one refers to such union as increase of grace or spiritual awakening, one cannot deny the inner peace, focus, clarity, and understanding
Learn to Meditate Congressman Tim Ryan (D-Oh) insists that meditation is the answer! An expert in mindfulness meditation, the Congressman has written a new book that has just recently been released by Hay House publishers. The book is a real eye-opener for those who have little knowledge and experience in the practice of mindfulness. The Congressman’s quest is to introduce mindfulness into our schools, our work places, etc., thus creating a more mindful and peaceful nation. This article is highly recommended, as well as the accompanying video. Politico By: Patrick Gavin Rep. Tim Ryan may have once been a typical
Wondering how you can make time for meditation in your daily life? You are not alone. Many people every day go without the benefits of meditation because they are “too busy”. Meditating does not take long and daily meditation can help reduce stress and help with relaxation. How to meditate you ask? Simply just do it when you have a free moment. You could be waiting for the mail, at the doctor’s office, when you first wake up, or before you go to bed. It is easy to fit mediation into your daily life. By Robert Piper From WildMind.org Working
St. Ignatius and Methods of Praying St. Ignatius had a detailed methodology on meditative prayer in his Spiritual Exercises. Within his methodology one can find the primary elements of prayer which include adoration, contrition, petition and thanksgiving. However, more emphasis is given on adoration, contrition and thanksgiving than petition. Petition correlates with the will of the Father and the not the individual will. St. Ignatius From a meditation standpoint, the value of reflection is very high in St. Ignatius’ types of prayer. The first method involves deep analysis of the soul and its relation to the Ten Commandments and the