452 Articles in Meditation
Thursday and Friday are the two major days to watch this week.
Try it out the next time you're stressed or unsettled.
Sharon Salzberg sure knows a thing or two about practicing mindfulness, especially during times of grief and uncertainty.
Waste has become an almost inevitable consequence of our daily lives.
From mantra to transcendental, get caught up on the basics.
While you certainly don't need anything to meditate, these tools can help you tune in.
The results can be transformative, and the skills acquired will serve you for life.
Meditation helps us accept the moment.
Drawing mandalas can be very calming.
Many of us have been feeling the weight and pain of others.
Many of us may be feeling a bit lost right now.
Your emotions need an outlet.
Acceptance is an ongoing process.
Bookmark them for the next time you feel yourself getting worked up.
If you want to enhance your yoga practice, try following this yogi moral code.
Mindfulness practices have been my saving grace.
Speak to yourself with love and support.
In Shamanism we call these times of uncertainty, or unknown, "the void."
Meditation is now needed more than ever before.
A few seconds of being present can make a difference in how you feel.