What is Meditation? The practice of using a single point of focus to quiet random mind chatter and fully experience awareness of ourselves in the present moment reducing our physical, mental and emotional stress and expanding our conscious awareness. Meditate your way to a sound mind and a sound body through various meditation articles available here at All Things Healing. Browse through our meditation articles online. Visit All Things Healing online today!

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by Ed and Deb Shapiro

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Did you ever get into a heated argument with someone over a meaningless issue, only to find that encounter constantly replaying itself in your head, as if it’s stuck to you like glue? You don’t want to think of the other person yet now there’s no getting away from them; you’re stuck with them. Despite the situation or encounter being well over, it keeps coming up again in your mind...


Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: In this article... I love the analogy of a "pig in your garden."



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Editor's Note from J. Stewart Dixon: Hilarious Nondual cartoon: " Why not just first focus on getting more successful and buying more toys, find your soulmate and start a family?  If that doesn't work go to a bar and find someone to have sex with."  Enough said.  Chuckle, Enlighten, Enjoy...




Editor's Note: This video is a beautiful window into what an actual Breema class is like. You get to hear instructors formulating about Breema's practical philosophy and see the mutually-supportive partner bodywork and Self-Breema exercises - and it all takes just 3 minutes. If you've been wondering what this Art of Being Present is all about, here is the perfect introduction.



by John C. Bader

I can think back to a time not long ago when I felt the weight of my life bearing down on my shoulders. The loss of my son opened the flood gate to other past ills I hadn’t fully processed...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: This is a very personal story of a path to awareness and transformation. What is your story?




Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: One of my most heartfelt desires is to give parents and their children awareness tools to assist them in leading a connected and fulfilling life together. This video assists in just that. It teaches a simple loving-kindness meditation that can help your child feel good "in the now" as well as giving them broader means to lead an empowered life.



by Peter Russell

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You may be surprised to hear that meditation should be effortless, that no striving or concentration is needed. I know I was. When I first became interested in meditation, back in the mid-sixties, I was repeatedly told that it took great mental discipline and many years of practice...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski:  Peter talks about learning meditation by letting it rest in the experience therefore taking away the striving, judgements and idea that we need to achieve something.



by Martijn Schirp

Over the past few hundred years the power of organized religion has steeply declined in the west. State & church and science & religion are separated and free inquiry is now more encouraged than ever. The loss of God as the absolute reference point has given room for humanity to take the ropes of responsibility and freedom into their own hands. However, while it has opened our minds, it has closed our hearts...


Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Good article with more studies on meditation and Martijn describes his desire for more acceptance and the need for this contemplative work.



by Russel Bruhn

Being an early riser by nature, I often get to see the sunrise. I am amazed at the beauty and perfection of nature. There is a wholeness and completeness to nature in all its glory. Earth is a great balancing act, a constantly self-regulating, intricate system. There is a self-maintenance system built into nature. A sunrise gives way to a busy day and a sunset brings rest to Mother Earth and causes it to become whole and complete...


Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Lovely article. Tis inspirational, in fact. Do you feel whole?



by Ken McLeod

A question that has long drawn my attention appears at first glance to be quite simple: what is money? I’ve come to the feel that it is a collective thought...


Editor's Note: Ken McLeod raises some necessary questions about the problems that money can create and some simple ways to look into how advertising can lull us into a reactive state. It's hard not to read the piece without coming to new questions: Do we use money as an attempt to make ourselves feel more real? What do we value and why is that so? This article also mentions several other authors who go into the subject in greater depth. Thanks Ken!




Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: This video made me totally tear up as I thought of all the women who could relate to this powerful piece, and I'm sure my female students would agree as we have had many discussions in class about learning to love ourselves. Just watch and and remember that meditation teaches you to embrace the beauty of yourself on the inside and out. Tis a freeing process.




Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche is the head of the Shambhala Buddhist lineage, a spiritual and family lineage that descends through his family, the Mukpo clan. “Rinpoche” is an honorary title which means “precious one.” The Shambhala teachings, both the secular and the Buddhist variations, emphasize the basic goodness of all beings and teaches the art of courageous warriorship based on wisdom and compassion. As a contemporary teacher, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche uses contemporary music to extend his message.



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Mixing the Mind (Part 1 of 3)

by Michael Erlewine

Learning meditation is hard because it can be boring. Like trying to thread a needle, there is no easy way to do it except to do it. For starters, you have to learn to focus and concentrate. Often the breath is what we concentrate on, but here is the problem...


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