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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!

 

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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!

 

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by Dr. Donna Rockwell, PsyD, LP

"From the first time I heard about Buddhist practice, I had a very strong feeling that if I could learn how to meditate, I could really do something about my state of mind. I had a very strong conviction that the methods of Buddhist meditation could bring me peace of mind and clarity..."

 

Editor's Note from David Pratt: This is part 4 of a 4 part interview that Donna Rockwell did with multiple well-known meditation teachers. In this short interview she talks with Sharon Salzberg, who describes not only how her relationship to painful feelings has changed, but how her whole view of who she is has changed. See Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

 

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Sonia Choquette gives us great advices on meditation techniques and why it is important to develop your intuition. Sonia Choquette is a NY Times best selling author. Interviewed by Lilou Mace.

 

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by Jeanie Marshall

For over 30 years, I have been meditating. For almost as many years, in workshops, consultations, friendly conversations, and writing, I have been encouraging, teaching, or leading people to meditate and create quiet times. During this time, the world has changed considerably, and so have I...

 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: The author writes, "Meditators give off signals or vibrations that are calmer and more aligned with self..." Do you believe this to be true?

 

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from wikiHow

Meditation is a mental discipline by which one attempts to get beyond the conditioned, thinking mind into a deeper state of relaxation or awareness. There are many different meditation methods. At the core of meditation is the goal to focus and eventually quiet your mind. As you progress, you will find that you can meditate anywhere and at any time, accessing an inner calm no matter what's going on around you. But first, you have to learn to tame your mind...


by Lorin Roche, PhD

Body and soul love each other. This is what it is to exist - you are a soul who has chosen to take on a body and participate in life on Earth. It’s an adventure. On your journey, you might feel, from time to time, the need to refresh yourself in the soul’s innate happiness and consciousness...

 

Editor's Note from David Pratt: I have been reading the gorgeous and rich, Radiance Sutras - a version of the Vijnana Bhairava Tantra, by Lorin Roche. The 112 sutras that make up the text are meditations spoken by Shiva in response to his Goddess lover's questioning. In this article, Lorin brings the practicality of one sutra alive by showing how he has helped specific individuals find their own, unique and perfect way to meditate.

 

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by Roxana Jones

Some time ago, a film director friend showed me a video anonymously sent to him. It was of the execution of a murderer who had been found guilty and sentenced to the electric chair. Those images have left a strong impact on me ever since, not so much because of their grotesque and morbid nature but because of what they have shown me about our global society –and I include myself as part of the whole...

 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Yes, yes. I love this article. Please read it and think. Roxana writes so clearly here how our old methods of punishing criminals just don't work. We are moving into a time of the heart. In doing so, we must reconsider and break down old beliefs. We must meditate, find sanctuary, find quiet. If we can do these things internally, it allows us to do them externally as well and to open to more compassion and forgiveness... even to those that seemingly don't deserve any. If we can do this, we can break detrimental cycles that ultimately hurt us all.

 

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