by Ken McLeod
The term “meditation” as it is currently used in English covers a very wide range of activities, guided imagery, guided visualizations, and many practices in Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism and other religious traditions...
Editor's Note from David Pratt: Ken McLeod tells us that, "from the Buddhist point of view, the mind-body system, this psycho-physical complex with which we identify, has the seed of attention within it already. We simply provide conditions for sustained active attention to develop. The practice of meditation is the practice of providing these conditions..."
by Nancy Rishworth
Holistic exercise may sound confusing. Basically, holistic means combining exercise that helps develop your body and mind. For instance, a gentle exercise routine that combines stretching, visualization, breathing techniques and meditation is considered to be a holistic exercise...
Exercise & Fitness
by Chernise Spruell
This exercise is for people who feel they can’t trust their inner guidance but would like to...
Editor's Note from Nicholas Pepe: Chernise Spruell channels a visualization from Archangel Uriel. The visualization is for those who are learning to trust their inner guidance.
by Lama Tantrapa
Most health professionals agree that patients heal when they are ready to heal. An energy healing modality promoting facilitating self-healing deserves some serious attention at this day and age.
Thousands of years ago, Qigong formed the foundation of Oriental medicine and needs to be regarded as such. All styles of Qigong work with Qi – universal energy, or life force – that is considered to be the basis of life; therefore, energy awareness offers us the key to health, happiness and longevity. Most styles of Qigong use movements, breathing, meditation and visualization for the purpose of cultivating Qi. They are often taught through “doing forms,” or choreographed movements, that are to be memorized and repeated on a regular basis...
by Jon Rhodes
Most people who experience meditation before hypnosis are surprised at how similar they seem. Both disciplines share many almost identical techniques, such as breathing and visualization exercises. For instance the ‘Progressive Relaxation’ technique is frequently used in both disciplines...
Editor's Note from Karen Branch: Good explanation of difference & similarities between hypnosis & meditation.
by Rudy Hunter
Light has amazing powers to heighten your natural healing ability. In this article you'll learn a very simple technique to activate a particular quality of light to help activate the body's own healing mechanism...
Editor's Note from Melanie Channell: In this article, Rudy Hunter explains how to clear your energy and achieve clarity of thought with this simple but enjoyable exercise. Using visualization techniques for self-healing and problem solving has many benefits. Visualization can help you relax, get new solutions to problems, improve your self–image, and help you access higher quality of thought. These types of exercises can often lead you to extraordinary breakthroughs on your life path.
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