meditation

Meditation has amazing benefits for your body and mind, especially in our fast-paced society.
You don’t need a yoga mat to turn the corners of your mouth up or to take a deep breath. It’s something we can do anywhere, anytime.
Harness the ancient concept of the kriyavati to bring new energy to your mat.
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For people looking to make a habit out of meditation, the challenge can be identifying the right type of practice to meet your needs and preferences.
Should mediation be used to make members of the military better at killing or business people better at business?
As you continue on your meditation journey, here are some tools which will help you to practice regularly.
There is something you can do every day to start honing your ability to control your own heart rate and HRV.
For those of us who meet frustration every time we attempt to be still and focus, one option is a walking meditation.
The first time I tried vipassana meditation I thought, "Oh goodness, this can't be it!" But now it brings my deepest and most profound sits.
As this meditation allows for shifting awareness, it is a good place to start if you find it difficult to sit in stillness.
I have been using this nighttime meditation and exercise for a few weeks, and I have yet to make it all the way through before falling asleep.
This meditation benefits your own mindset, but also strengthens your compassion, relationships, and empathy for others.
This is a great practice when you are overwhelmed and meditation seems like a tall task.
Visualization can help you achieve strength, flexibility, reduced time, or a large feat like completing a marathon.