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 JD Messinger

There are four hurdles we must jump in life and until we do, we will not become all we are meant to be. Initially the hurdles diminish our confidence and self-esteem, but this is an illusion as they are a part of the way-the journey of heroes, inventors, and legendary entrepreneurs. They exist to help us fulfill our highest and greatest purpose...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: How do you find your unique calling? Meditation has brought me to mine and as JD talks about here it is how I remove myself from fear and discover those poignant internal dialogues that attempt to keep me frozen and "less than." I am everything, I am powerful, I am love. So are you.




Editor's Note: Gil Fronsdal is the primary teacher for the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, California; he has been teaching since 1990. He has practiced Zen and Vipassana in the U.S. and Asia since 1975. He was a Theravada monk in Burma in 1985, and in 1989 began training with Jack Kornfield to be a Vipassana teacher. Gil teaches at Spirit Rock Meditation Center where he is part of its Teachers Council. Gil was ordained as a Soto Zen priest at the San Francisco Zen Center in 1982, and in 1995 received Dharma Transmission from Mel Weitsman, the abbot of the Berkeley Zen Center...



by Josho Pat Phelan

I would like to talk about breath—how to practice with our breath during zazen and how to use our breathing as a vehicle for awareness in our everyday activity. As we become aware of our breath, we find different kinds of breathing. The breath may be quick and shallow; it may be rough or smooth; subtle and refined; monitored or restricted and tense; it may be deep and relaxed, steady, calm and peaceful; or loose and free. As we become more aware of our breath, we become more aware of our state of mind...




Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: Olympic fever... each athlete has trained their bodies to perform fantastic athletic feats, but what about the training of their minds? Super Bowl coaches do it, pro athletes do it, let's all do it. Gretchen offers a quick lesson, and I think this is an easy meditation to try.



by Cecily MacArthur

While replacing a family photo in one of the little plastic frames that stick on my refrigerator, I found the original item I had displayed in that frame many years ago. It was a yellowed newspaper clipping of the “Ten Secrets That Can Transform Your Life.” I love it when you find an opportunity to compare yourself now to who you were in the past, and to celebrate how much you have grown. As I read down the list, I smiled broadly, so pleased to know that all of these “secrets” reflect how I now live my life...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: Number one in this list really encapsulates it all, right?!




Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Eckhart Tolle speaks about being aware of your breath - beyond the mind. Being conscious of the breath connects you to the present whether in meditation or in just living.



by Lama Thubten Yeshe

Meditation is the way we realize the nature of the mind. Therefore it’s something that we absolutely have to do. Since Western education does not explain how the mind functions in everyday life, many Westerners these days are seeking out meditation because they are not satisfied with what they’ve been taught about the mind.


Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Buddhist teacher Lama Thubten Yeshe describes here what he believes meditation is and is not.




Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Using real time neurofeedback, Judson Brewer of the Yale School of Medicine shares a shining example of how our brains work during meditation. Simply changing the awareness of the meditator has stunning results.



by Roxana Jones

In the year of 2003 I met Drunvalo Melchizedek for the first time. Drunvalo has been one of the most influential teachers I’ve had so far. Thanks to him, I learned about the sacred space of the heart, a hidden space that has been described in several of the most sacred texts throughout human history...


Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Imagine a reality "lived in the heart." Roxanna talks about this and where the "real heart" is located. She speaks of a tiny chamber that lies within your physical heart that can be accessed through meditation.




Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Dr. Siegel uses the term "brain hygiene". Cool term. Watch on.



by Ron Crouch

You’ve been making your way through the Dark Night, and have been working through Reobservation. Now a subtle but remarkable shift begins to happen: there is the clear sense that while all the aches and pains are still occurring, you have stepped aside and are simply watching them. Welcome to the stage of Equanimity...


Editor's Note: In Part 5 of our series of the states and stages of enlightenment as meticulously recorded in ancient Buddhist texts, Hawaii-based meditation teacher Ron Crouch describes the insight knowledge of Equanimity. This divine abiding, Ron points out, is the yogi’s first true taste of liberation. “No matter what difficulty comes up in meditation you can observe it calmly and let it go,” he says. Go to Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4.




Editor's Note: James Baraz is an insight meditation teacher and founding teacher of Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, CA. He has been teaching his Awakening Joy course ( since 2003. James is co-author with Shoshana Alexander of the 2010 book by the same name. This hour-long talk is a great overview.



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by Egbert Sukop

Unless people discover the unadulterated joy of giving money to a stranger without hesitation and devoid of the slightest motive of exchange ("What's in it for me?"), they will hardly be able to receive money from strangers free of emotional complications. Don't even expect to hear a 'thank you', a friendly smile, or a nod...


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