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Energy Medicine is based on the fact that all living things emit an energy field. This field of bio-energy, sometimes known as the "aura", was called "chi" by the Chinese, or "prana" in the Indian tradition. Modalities include approaches such as: Reiki, crystal healing, meditation, healing touch, sound therapy, Pranic healing, aromatherapy, and a host of other healing art forms.


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...

 

Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: Here is Penny's account of where her concept of Sitting in Stillness began. Learn more and maybe be inspired to start your own Sitting in Stillness group?!

 

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Editor's note from J. Stewart Dixon: Catherine talks about courage and choicelessness in this video. You need both on the spiritual path.  True courage presents itself as choicelessness when you'd rather meet the deepest fear than continue to suffer.  Thanks Catherine.

 

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Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Wanna watch something wonderful that also contains an important message? This is it!

 

Meditation


by Adrian Rides

The whole point of mindful bike riding is to realise that there is no point at all. Mindful bike rides go nowhere, take no time at all and are utterly pointless. Mindful bike rides have no purpose, you don't go on a Mindful bike to get fit or to get anywhere, or to achieve anything at all. You may well arrive at your destination and you may get fit, or even become a supreme cyclist but that is a by product, not the purpose...

 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Ready to pull out your Big Wheel and go for a mindful spin?

 

Meditation


by Diane Renz,
ATH Asst. Editor of PsychoSpiritual

"Meditation is this very powerful way to handle literally any state of mind from the deepest darkest hell to the highest heaven. Meditation teaches us that it’s not thinking about things that enables us to resolve our confusion. It’s about experiencing our various states of mind nakedly and totally directly with a willingness to do so. And then they’re resolved always, no matter what they are, because that’s the nature of experience. Human experience itself is a journey..."

 

Editor's Note from Diane Renz: Meditation comes in many forms, from various traditions, and extends from many different lineages. It literally means to become familiar with- familiar with what? - With the patterns of our mind. Meditation is about cultivating a certain quality of awareness which is inclusive, curious, and available to what arises, but is not identified by the content of our experience. Often we can confuse not identifying with not experiencing, and then create a subsequent ‘spiritual bypass’, avoiding the rough edges of our humanity to try to access a “better state”. See Part 1.

 

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by Diane Renz,
ATH Asst. Editor of PsychoSpiritual

"When I was very young, I had an experience of the endlessness of my awareness, though I certainly could not have expressed it this way.  Just that, as far as I looked, the space of my mind went on forever. It kind of freaked me out.  As I grew older, I sensed that the way to understand things was not through thinking, but through direct experience. I wanted a direct experience of life..."

 

Editor's Note from Diane Renz: Meditation comes in many forms, from various traditions, and extends from many different lineages. It literally means to become familiar with- familiar with what? - With the patterns of our mind. Meditation is about cultivating a certain quality of awareness which is inclusive, curious, and available to what arises, but is not identified by the content of our experience. Often we can confuse not identifying with not experiencing, and then create a subsequent ‘spiritual bypass’, avoiding the rough edges of our humanity to try to access a “better state”.

 

PsychoSpiritual


by Ann Logsdon, EdS

Developing intuition doesn't require years of practice or complex meditative routines. These easy strategies tell how to improve intuition...

 

Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: Ann describes how we can develop our intuition even if we have busy schedules or are easily distracted. Her techniques are simple, no-nonsense and potent.

 

 

Intuition & Symbols


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