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 Anmol Mehta

Not only Kundalini Yoga, but all of Yoga is really based on the Seven Chakra System. In this system there are seven chakra points that lie along the spine, from the base to the crown of the head, and each of these chakra points is responsible for the organs and glands situation in it's region. The chakras, though, are responsible for not just the organs and glands, but they are also responsible for our various personality traits and characteristic...




by Ted Karam

Ancient traditions to modern day science provide a wide assortment of healing modalities from plants, minerals, liquids, and chemicals - to surgical, mechanical, and energetic processes and procedures. And it is certainly true that diet, exercise, lifestyle and environment all play a major role in our state of health and harmony. Yet too often, we overlook the single source of all healing - perhaps the most powerful ally we have for improving our health of body and mind...

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Need something to lift you today... to connect you to the higher sense of your existence. This article will do just that.



by Camille Maurine

What helps women to thrive in meditation, and in life? What kinds of meditation nourish the female body and soul, so that we can meet the world with renewed energy, clarity, and love? Why do so many women quit, often feeling bad about themselves because they "can’t" meditate?...


Editor's Note from David Pratt: These introductory lines by Camille Maurine give you a clear picture of what wild fruits are to be offered here - specifically for women. The great thing is, she has a whole book that expands on this short beginning...




Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: As stated in the video... "Research shows that stress is a major problem in our educational system." This urban school in San Francisco decided to go outside of the box (yay!!!) and teach their kids to meditate with the implementation of "Quiet Time" in 2007. See the amazing results documented in this video. Also, truancy is an unexcused school absence.



"Nothing binds you except your thoughts; nothing limits you except your fear; nothing controls you except your beliefs."

~Marianne Williamson




Do you live a life full of stress and anxiety? Are you looking for a way to ease those stress filled headaches and tense muscles without having to shell out for a masseur? Then why not look at meditation. This form of mental relaxation has been around for many thousands of years and has been used by people in the east for generations. We often wonder how it is that the people of Chinaor Tibet live well into their nineties; well, meditation has a lot to do with it...


Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: You are doing meditation right... if you are doing it. Yes, indeed, it can be quite a struggle. As I told a student this week, try not to see it as work but as an adventure. Adventures aren't typically all planned out, can have ups and downs and can be hard, easy, wonderful, trying, crappy, glorious... 'tis the same with meditation. More in this article...



by Julie Defina

If we can recognize our inner battle, we can find a place of understanding and inner peace, within ourselves and with the world.

What if the battles we have in the outer world are merely battles within ourselves?...


Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Julie's article speaks about getting to the heart of your thoughts. Meditation is a wonderful tool for this. It teaches you to really connect deeply within yourself... to listen so intently to your thoughts (sometimes even more than you thought possible), your body and your heart. Then, you can change your world and your battles.





Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: Very lovely talk about mindfulness/meditation by former Buddhist monk, Andy Puddicombe. He mentions a research paper via Harvard that states that our minds are carried away in thought almost 46% of the time. This mind wandering is directly linked to the emotion of unhappiness. So, imagine - as he states - at least half of our lives being spent in this state of sadness. Of course, meditate to literally save the day!



by Jennifer Garza

As children, we are taught to share. We are taught this in school, in the home, and in church. As adults, we learn about compromise. Both are wonderful lessons, but can be devastating when sharing and compromise turns into unhealthy sacrifice...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: "Selfishness" is ongoing theme in my classes. Great example... many of my new students express guilt about taking the opportunity to learn meditation and therefore allotting time to get deeper with themselves. Hence, I LOVE to share this article. You must give to yourself first – as selfish as it may sound. That way, you have the energy to give to others and can also expand what you give! And, Jennifer also discusses ways to find balance or to check in.



by Elizabeth Reninger

Walking Meditation is a wonderful way of transforming something that we do every day into a deeply healing, deeply nourishing and enjoyable tool for our awakening. It is a practice found both in Taoist and Buddhist traditions. When we practice walking meditation, each step of our journey becomes the destination - becomes peace and joy...




Editor's Note from David Pratt: In just a few minutes both beginners and longtime beginners can pick up new guidance for sitting comfortably and staying comfortable. Plus, Larry gives a simple postural adjustment that is priceless. Short and very sweet!



from wikiHow

For those of us who are non-stop workaholics, doing nothing can actually be pretty difficult! If you're like the Energizer bunny in that you keep going, and going, and going, here's how to stop once in a while, think pleasant thoughts, visit the beach, stare at the water, and just do nothing...





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by Penny McGahey

The intention with this article is to share where Sit in Stillness began and where it is going and to hopefully inspire others to get involved. [Sit in Stillness is a free, community group practice in silence, kindness, gratitude and open hearted presence. All over the world, anytime, anywhere.)


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