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Benefits of Meditation on Your Health and Sex Life by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 4:12am If you had asked me 5 years ago whether I thought that meditation was an integral component of health and wellness I probably would have shrugged and perhaps even chuckled. Well, since then, I have learned that meditation, in particular it’s affect on stress reduction, is an integral part of health wellness and sexuality and should be incorporated ... Read on »
Zen Meditation in 10 Easy Steps by Michael Apollo Health Maven Posted Tue 01 Mar 2011 10:05am Good posture and consistency are the most important elements for a successful personal practice – dedicate a time and a space where you can practice everyday (even right when you wake up in bed with your pillow as a cushion if your life schedule is fast paced), with early mornings being best. When you allow yourself time to enter ... Read on »
PTSD Professional Perspective: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Healing Mind, Body & Spirit Part 2 by Michele Rosenthal Posted Fri 10 Jun 2011 7:26am Last week Keesha Ewers introduced the idea of alternative methods for  treating PTSD. Today, we read how the popular art of yoga and meditation can help in overcoming symptoms of posttraumatic stress. Daily practices that include yoga, focused breathing or pranayama, and dailymeditation are important for changing the way the bra ... Read on »
A Beginner’s Guide: Why You Should Practice Meditation and How to Get Started by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 07 Nov 2013 3:16am In response to last week’s “ Rethinking Stress ” article, a number of readers noted the relevancy of meditation to the insight. Meditation, of course, isn’t something that changes our outer circumstances. It’s an inside job, so to speak. It can change our processing of stress by shifting our relationship to ourselves and to our own cognitive re ... Read on »
Mapping the Mindful Brain by Dr. Kalea Chapman Doctor of Psychology Posted Wed 27 Jun 2012 4:37pm Very briefly, came upon some fascinating work by Judson Brewer, MD, interviewed here, at Buddhist Geeks. Dr. Brewer, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Yale is studying the effects of meditation on the brain. The research, utilizing fMRI brain scanning, finds that meditating deactivates the parts of the brain associated wit ... Read on »
The Most Effective Antidote Against Depression is Meditation by Sonia Gallagher Posted Sat 03 Oct 2009 6:44am Learning how to do meditation gives you the ability to really get to know yourself, accept yourself both good and bad, and in that way love who you truly are (no appearances, no facades, just you).  On top of that, meditation gives you the ability to get to know and be able to identify your thoughts as they are entering your mind (thoughts are wh ... Read on »
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My Review of Living Liberation-7 Week Online Meditation Course by Sonia Gallagher Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 2:48pm My Review of Living Liberation Are you stressed out day to day wondering if you will be employed tomorrow? If you’ll be able to pay the mortgage and monthly bills on time? How you will be able to improve your relationship with your spouse, parent, sibling, or child?  When you will meet that significant other that you will share the rest of ... Read on »
My Review of Living Liberation -7 Week Online Meditation Course by Sonia Gallagher Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 2:56pm My Review of Living Liberation Are you stressed out day to day wondering if you will be employed tomorrow? If you’ll be able to pay the mortgage and monthly bills on time? How you will be able to improve your relationship with your spouse, parent, sibling, or child?  When you will meet that significant other that you will share the res ... Read on »
Learn to Meditate and Relieve your Stress with no Medicine or Therapy by Sonia Gallagher Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 3:08pm Are you stressed out day to day wondering if you will be employed tomorrow? If you’ll be able to pay the mortgage and monthly bills on time? How you will be able to improve your relationship with your spouse, parent, sibling, or child?  When you will meet that significant other that you will share the rest of your life with? If you can identif ... Read on »