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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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Eden's passion is helping people, her community and her world live the way of the heart – an inspired and rich way of being. Founder and CEO of Just Be, LLC – a dy...
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Editor's Note: In this hour-long video, longtime insight meditation teacher Shaila Catherine--author of Focused & Fearless: A Meditator's Guide to States of Deep Joy, Calm and Clarity--describes the benefits of traditional samadhi meditation. (Sheesh. I wish I worked at Google!)



by Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati

* Lie on your back, in shavasana, the corpse posture. Lie in such a way that your spine is aligned, and your feet and arms are a comfortable distance to your sides. It is best to have a thin pillow under your head and a shawl or blanket over your body so you do not become cold.
* Allow your attention to move through your head and face, including the top of the head, forehead, eyebrows, eyes, cheekbones, and nostrils...




Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: It doesn't matter what meditation practice you do... as long as you practice (wink). Watch Oprah discuss with Dr. Oz her visit to Fairfield, Iowa and what it brought to her company via their daily meditations.



by Cecily MacArthur

It was about 11:00 at night, and I was shutting down the lights to go to bed.  As I walked into the kitchen, I froze. There was a tarantula the size of my hand in the middle of the floor. Oh my God! Oh my God! After a moment of panic, the rational part of my brain broke through my terror and told me that I had to deal with it. But how?...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: I was telling my husband the other day about two lady bugs that crossed my path and what that meant on a cool, deeper level. Of course, being the beautiful black & white/ right & wrong man that he is... he stated, "Eden, bugs are just there." Oooo, but my dear ones... I believe everything that crosses your path in any shape or form is more, more, more. If only we open our hearts, awareness and minds. Here's a story 'bout just that!



by Tom North

My father, Richard North, died in a Navy jet test flight crash when I was six years old. Fifteen months after his death, my mother, Helen North who had eight children, re-married a man named Frank Beardsley who had ten, making us one of the largest families in the country...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: I saw the 1968 movie Yours, Mine and Ours during summer camp when I was a kid – probably in the late 70s. Oddly, I just saw the movie trailer for it on some older movie DVD I was watching with my kids. It brought back fun memories. Days after, Tom connected with me on Twitter (his family was the focus of Yours, Mine and Ours). So, here we come full circle. In this article he shares the truth of his life with the Beardsleys and how meditation helped him overcome this difficult time. Alters my perspective of the light-hearted, family film.



"Life's problems wouldn't be called hurdles if there wasn't a way to get over them."





Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Daniel Goleman brought the term and definition of “emotional intelligence” to a wide audience with his 1995 book of that name. A man ahead of his time.



by Delia Quigley

The Buddha taught that we “mistake suffering for happiness.” Humans invariably find a way to ease the pain of lost pleasure, if only temporarily. We get hooked on things or use some form of chemical prop to keep pace with our stress-oriented culture...






by Charles A. Francis

Those of us who have been on a spiritual path for any length of time know how much work is involved in changing our views, thoughts, and behavior. With some experience, we sometimes learn what works, and what doesn’t work. Unfortunately, by the time we learn what does indeed work, we’ve already put in a lot of time in effort...


Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: Charles presents a different type of meditative writing exercise complete with the "how to." Journaling and writing can create new neurological pathways that complement brain function to create measurable changes in thought patterns. Adding a kinesthetic (physical) component heightens the experience. This is why it is such a powerful tool in increasing compassion or working with anxiety or anger. And, it is why ATH has a full category page dedicated to it: writing/poetry therapy page.




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: I promise (laugh) my kids won't get their own phones until they are 18! I soooo agree with Louis and how cell phones can take you away from being in the moment and simply "being a person." Plus... this is just funny.




Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: I just experienced my first meditation session at my local Shambhala. First time I've meditated with my eyes open. It is so great to try new things and see how "fixed" we are on the old. Here is a video by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche... 


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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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