Meditation

Meditation

By Quiet Revolution

9 Self-Protection Strategies for Empaths

Combat toxic energy and stop taking on other people’s stress.

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Meditation

By Daisy Swan

Woman Meditating on a Dock | How (and Why) I Meditate

The Gift and Benefit of Silence

I’ve just returned from a week of silence. I attended a weeklong meditation retreat at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, which is nestled in the vast…

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Meditation

By Daisy Swan

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How To Keep Your Mind Steady Under Stress

In the busy swirl of life, it can be very hard to achieve what is known as equanimity. Steadiness of mind isn’t easy when all…

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Meditation

By Arnie Kozak

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The End of Solitude: Overtaken by Technology

Pings are out; breath is in.

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Meditation

By Mary Ellen Van Buskirk

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Still Life: Beginning

Rejuvenate yourself in just a few moments.

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Meditation

By Susan Cain

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Generate New Ideas with Jayne Riew’s Writer’s Tool: “The Meditation Box”

How play can lead to creativity.

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Meditation

By Tina Rowley

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In Defense of Spirituality (With or Without Religion)

I don’t know where this core meets God or the divine or the big humming nothingness, but I believe it meets it somewhere.

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Meditation

By Tina Rowley

Woman Meditating on a Dock | How (and Why) I Meditate

How (and Why) I Meditate

The prospect of relief is what drives me to the meditation cushion over and over, more than any other motivation. I’m not looking for God; I’m not trying to be a better person. I’d welcome both of those side effects—but really, I’d just like to stop whirring.

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Meditation

By Tina Rowley

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On Finding the Soul

I grew up in a family where spirituality was considered to be the highest and best pursuit on earth and the province of heavyweights.

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Meditation

By Arnie Kozak

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Mindfulness of Breathing: A Primer

You should ask your mind to sit still, much like you would ask a puppy to sit—with calmness, firmness, and gentleness. You don’t scold the puppy for being restless and getting up off her haunches a second after she has sat down.

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