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 John Edmond

When a person takes a ten-minute meditation break at the point where they are starting to feel stressed then the body naturally produces measurable 'puffs of nitric oxide' which significantly reduce the effects of the adrenaline and hormones that build up to cause the underlying symptoms of stress...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: This article talks about the need of meditation in business and high cost companies pay because of stressed-out employees.




Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: What is one of the hardest practices in the world, in a sense... says Jon Kabat-Zinn? Whelp, living life with awareness via mindfulness or meditation practices. Sounds almost counter intuitive, doesn't it? But, to put yourself truly in each moment, repeatedly, without allowing emotions and judgements to define experience... is truly a powerful feat. Do you have the power?



by The Daily OM

Each of us has unresolved issues revolving around our relationships that linger in our souls. People don't always say or do what's right and it can seem impossible to heal that breach, particularly when that person is unresponsive or has passed away. The following fire meditation is a way to release pain and to heal a past or present relationship, or to deal with unresolved interpersonal issues. Through this type of meditation, it becomes possible to seek out reconciliation and forgiveness, as well as to rid yourself of the spiritual baggage that can come when you harbor emotional pain...




Editor's Note: Shinzen Young became fascinated with Asian culture early in life and eventually traveled to Asia where he did extensive training in each of the three major Buddhist meditative traditions: Vajrayana, Zen and Vipassana. Now an internationally known meditation teacher, he has long been fascinated with the dialogue between Eastern internal science and Western technological science. In this video, he describes how Zen and Vipassana approach the same goal–enlightenment–from different paths.



by James Williams

Most of us take breathing for granted; we know that it happens, and yet did you know that you can use your breath to feel more energetic, and experience greater peace and clarity in your life?...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: This article showcases the wonderful soulful breathwork conducted by my trusted friend, Plamen Russev. If you happen to live in Atlanta, GA USA (where we met in meditation class)... find him and experience this cleansing practice yourself. Read on and learn more about how this work helps with stress, chronic pain, trauma, etc.



by Ron Crouch

I divide the map into five overall sections, each with a series of stages. While the stages themselves are standard and can be found in the Visuddhimagga and Burmese meditation master Mahasi Sayadaw’s The Progress of Insight, the sections are my creation. I created the sections because they help to organize the path in a way that, I believe, makes the overall experience more understandable...


Editor's Note: In Part 1 of this series, Hawaii-based meditation teacher Ron Crouch outlined the theory behind one of the principal maps of enlightenment found in Theravada Buddhism—the four-stage journey to arahatship. In this second installment, Ron begins providing some detailed descriptions of the states and stages commonly experienced by yogis as they travel this path.




Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: What is an incredibly effective way of reducing your chance of depression and stopping it from recurring? Mindfulness! What is one of the best methods of reducing stress and anxiety? Mindfulness!! How do you change your negative thinking?? Mindfulness!!! Watch this video with Dr. Mark Williams of Oxford University and see what an eight year study has proven to be globally true.



"The little things? The little moments? They aren’t little."

~Jon Kabat-Zinn




by Jon Rhodes

Many people have tried hypnotherapy or meditation to help them relax and improve their mind. These are great tools for relaxation and self improvement...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: There are many things you can do to support and enhance your meditation practice. This is one to consider. And, I agree with what is described here as I also engage in audio meditations that work with different frequencies and have utilized a BAUD machine (a device that creates sonic waves that blend with brain frequencies measured by an electroencephalogram) for my daughter with special needs. Cool stuff.




Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Susan Kaiser Greenland, author of The Mindful Child and founder of the Inner Kids Program, takes a few minutes to show you visually how mindfulness works.



by Dorothy Ratusny, PhD

Meditation is the experience of attentional focus; of stilling the mind and existing in the infinite space that exists beyond your thoughts...


Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Meditation is the "mainstay of my inner work." How about you?




Editor's Note: Jon Kabat-Zinn has such a great way of putting meditation practice into perspective. We meditate in order to cultivate intimacy with what it means to human. It, of course, starts with sitting down twice a day, eyes closed. It continues when we open our eyes to a new awareness. Live your life - moment by moment.



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The Existence of the Nonphysical Heart

by Roxana Jones

Humanity is ready to accept the fact that the mind hasn’t been always the creator of our reality. In ancient times, the “heart within the heart” was the one in charge of manifesting the most amazing creations for this world and its people...


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