Blogs about Meditation

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 • San Jose, CA 95135
Lloyd's Musings
The fundamental tenet of human physiology lies in the individual's outlook on how body, mind and spirit all mutually support each other in its health and well-being. Having realized that the body acts interdependently - your thoughts, emotions, and body parts all play a role in your overall health - people are now more inclined than ever to consider the wisdom of holistic health coming from a variety of non-local traditions.
Friday, August 16, 2013 • Lynnfield, MA 01940
Elizabeth Dellaporta's Blog
Eating healthy and training hard at the gym can go to waste if you're not managing your stress. Stress causes the hormone cortisol to be released which can cause increased abdominal fat, elevated blood pressure, decreased immune system and blood sugar imbalance. Try attending a yoga class or tai chi, mediation and being in nature. 
Friday, April 26, 2013 • Conway, AR 72034
Emz's Blog
Today is "Study Day" at UCA, which marks one special day of the semester when students will call/email/text to ask "When will you be in your office today.... I need to discuss my grade/talk to you about what I can do to get an A in your class....", to which I get to reply "I won't be in my office today."  Oh, the stress of being a student and/or a teacher (and/or ANYONE in the world today, really!)....
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 • Helena, MT 59601
Namaste
A yoga (connecting) essence is a way of living holistic.  Using wisdom with the associations of various parts of our bodies makes for a mindful practice.  For example our 1st energy center is located around the Coccygeal Plexus and incorporates the color red, the right to have, community, security and success, the sound lahm and the wisdom of inclusion being without judgment of ourselves or others. 
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 • Helena, MT 59601
Namaste
Begin, by lying in your bed at night settling into final relaxation (savasana) by lying supine (on your back) with your shoulder blades, in back, gently tucked and settled underneath the chest with legs outstretched and palms of the hands facing up with the arms out from your sides about 20*.  Next, begin thinking about the colors of the rainbow; red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple evenly spaced from the tailbone to the middle of the brain or brow center.  Furthermore, think of those colors as clockwise, rotating funnels emanating front and back indicating a healthy source
Monday, January 21, 2013 • Helena, MT 59601
Namaste
Mudras are hand or body gestures – symbols, which evoke understanding and awareness, a way of being kinesthetically conscious.  Start with both hands “thumbs up” and think or say, “creator, designer, will-power”.  Next, place thumb with pointer finger and think/say, “knowledge, self-confidence, wisdom”.  Then, place thumb with middle finger and think/say, “control, emotion, patience”.  Fourth, place thumb with ring finger and think/say, “energy, health, vitality”.  Finally, Place thumb with pinky fing
Sunday, December 02, 2012 • ROCHESTER, MA 02770-1830
Jocelyn Martin's Blog
All year long we look forward to the month of December. Celebrating the holidays with family and friends. Remembering old traditions and creating new ones. Reconnecting with people you may not have seen for awhile. It also means more things being added to our to do lists. Shopping, wrapping, mailing, parties, cooking, etc. To create room for these new to dos, something often has to be removed. For many of us, that something is our workout. But it doesn't have to be! Exercise doesn't have to mean a trip to the gym or an hour long session.
Thursday, November 01, 2012
A Mindful Body
Do you ever have the feeling that you are waiting for something to happen? This question led me to think about a proverb sent to me by Elisha Goldstein http://elishagoldstein.com/"All the flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today" Here are three things you can do Today that will start you on the path to well-being.Go for a walk: walk alone, walk with a loved one, walk with your dog... Just go a for walk