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What does Meditation signify?

August 1st, 2008 albert Posted in Meditation & Yoga No Comments »

Meditation is an art with the help of which one can learn the skill to make himself or herself cool and calm. Meditation is nothing but knowing yourself, your soul, your mind and your body. Through meditation one can attain the stage of utmost peace. It helps you to build connection between your mind, body and soul. Meditation is a discovery of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi who introduced and taught transcendental meditation to people.

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Meditation For Better Health

July 22nd, 2008 admin Posted in General Health, Meditation & Yoga, Mental Health No Comments »

A person who is meditating uses certain techniques, such as focusing attention, an open attitude toward distracting thoughts and emotions and a specific posture. One can meditate for different reasons like relaxation, mental calmness, and to cope with one or more diseases and conditions; psychological balance; and for overall wellness. Read the rest of this entry »

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Meditation For Health

June 24th, 2008 stanley Posted in Health Care, Meditation & Yoga, Mental Health No Comments »

People practice meditation for various reasons. Meditation helps to maintain relation between mind body and soul. Meditation is helps to control stress, anxiety. It helps to maintain psychological balance; to cope with one or more diseases and conditions; and for overall wellness.

Meditation- It’s Meaning

Meditation is a very old technique which started in Eastern religious and spiritual traditions. People of many other traditions have adopted it world wide. Today, many people use meditation outside of its traditional religious or cultural settings, for health and wellness purposes. Meditation teaches you to control your complete mind, body and soul. Practice of meditation result in a state of greater physical relaxation, mental calmness, and psychological balance.

Four Common Elements Of Meditation

Select A Quiet Location
If you are a beginner you should try to select a quiet place to meditate where you face very less distraction. People who have been practicing meditation for a longer period of time sometimes develop the ability to meditate in public places, like waiting rooms or buses.

Sit In A Comfortable Posture

While sitting for meditation you should sit in a comfortable posture. If you are a person who practices meditation from a very longtime you can always meditate while you are walking, sitting or doing something or traveling.

Be Focused

Try to be focused and do not let your mind divert. Focusing is a very important part of meditation. For example, the meditator may focus on a mantra (a specially chosen word or set of words), an object, or the breath.

Have An Open Attitude

When you meditate do not let your mind distract from the focus. If your thoughts start wandering drag them back to your point of focus. You may also attain a stage where you will learn to observe the rising and falling of thoughts and emotions as they spontaneously occur.

Meditation For Health

In this type of meditation one focuses on the interactions among the brain, mind, body, and behavior, with the intent to use the mind to affect physical functioning and promote health. Examples include meditation and yoga.

Through meditation you can have interaction among the brain, the rest of the body, the mind, and behavior.

Meditation can be used for various health problems, such as:

Mood and self-esteem problems
Cardiovascular (heart) disease
Physical or emotional symptoms that may be associated with chronic illnesses and their treatment, such as:

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Wondering! How Meditation Helps You?

June 20th, 2008 peter Posted in Meditation & Yoga, Stress / Anxiety No Comments »

Meditation is a simple process of ten to fifteen minuet breathing. It helps you to overcome your stress and find some inner peace and balance. Today’s hectic modern life makes you stressed and overworked. We are always in short of time. We do not have time to relax which makes us unhappy, impatient and frustrated. This affects our health badly. Read the rest of this entry »

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Meditation- An Ultimate Brain Workout

June 20th, 2008 rickey Posted in Meditation & Yoga, Mental Health, Stress / Anxiety No Comments »

Meditation is a valid body state like any other such as sleeping or arousing. It helps to enjoy the benefits of our body state like relaxation, energy and perspective on your life. Meditation is an ultimate brain workout which keeps you away from anxiety, pain, depression, emotional problems, insomnia, and stress. Read the rest of this entry »

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Simple Way To Learn Meditation

June 20th, 2008 robert Posted in Meditation & Yoga, Mental Health, Stress / Anxiety No Comments »

This article will not only tell you the meaning of meditation but at the same time will teach you the true process of meditation. You may  be a beginner or a refresher no matter.
You will learn meditation and you will develop meditation as a powerful tool to assist you to live your lives more simple way i.e. without complications. You can learn the complete process within four weeks. You must practice daily for at least 15 minutes. You should try to select a time and place when and where you can practice daily. Read the rest of this entry »

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Meditation: A Path To Divinity

June 6th, 2008 admin Posted in Meditation & Yoga, Mental Health, Stress / Anxiety No Comments »

In today’s fast life, one as lost peace of mind. This results into uneasiness, hypertension, mental imbalance, memory loss etc, which ultimately affects the body health and give rise to various health problems. Many a times we notice that our mind experience a great imbalance due to overload of work, we start forgetting recent thinks. Such mental imbalance is due to the extreme stress on the mind and when the body is dragged or forced to do boundless work. Read the rest of this entry »

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Depression - Sexual Emotions Rejected

May 22nd, 2008 peter Posted in Depression, Meditation & Yoga, Mental Health, Stress / Anxiety No Comments »

How can you evaluate depression against that of ups and downs, is there any similarities? Affirmatively, Ups and downs are just that, where as depression has its ups and downs in a way that it turns your whole world upside down. Read the rest of this entry »

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Defeat Depression And Get Rid Of It !

May 22nd, 2008 alo Posted in Depression, Meditation & Yoga, Mental Health, Stress / Anxiety No Comments »

There are four most important things you need to know to defeat depression.

Look For Proper Medical Attention: Depression is a really serious matter and is not something that you should ever take it casually. There are many sophisticated and modernized techniques to cure depression from the grass root level. Surely, there is are options if you do not want to get stuck up with heavy dosage of medications, than you just have to prepare your self physically as well as mentally and do as your doctor prescribes. Read the rest of this entry »

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Yoga Guidelines For beginner

May 21st, 2008 admin Posted in Exercise & Fitness, Meditation & Yoga, Wellness No Comments »

When I referred to my friend that I perform Yoga, she asked me for clues on the best yoga tips for starters and how to apply them for maximum efficiency.

Without thinking much, I gave her this list:

1. Take a good Yoga Mat.
2. Take some nice Yoga apparel
3. Build sufficient space in her room.
4. Acquire a metronome for accurate timing needs.

At the same moment, I handed her information on the very basic of yoga tips for starters, in reality the very core of Yoga itself and in some circles, Martial Arts AND Indian Wrestling. These babies are called the Sun Salutations.

In addition being an important element in yoga guidelines for starters, they are moderately indispensable as they motivate and balance all the systems of the body including the endocrine, circulatory, reproductive and digestive system.

Addition Poses for Yoga guidelines for starters include the following:

1. Twisting Poses
2. The Bridge Pose
3. The Fish Pose
4. The corpse pose.
5. Backward Bending Poses
6. The Shoulderstand.
7. The Head to Knee Pose

Intentionally, I forgets to mentioning of the abdominal and breathing exercises, for now, till I felt she would be ready to learn and utilize them in her yoga routine.

I also strained that for using yoga tips for starters, she perhaps may only require to practice mainly the afore-mentioned sun salutations for time constraints and all. I mean 24 reps of them IS a workout friends.

As a result, if like my friend you are in need of aid with getting started with yoga, it is my hope that these tips will come in handy to aiding you in striking your favorite yoga pose.

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