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Gratitude Meditation

Gratitude Meditation

This meditation is a powerful tool for resetting your day-to-day priorities, and is best done on a regular basis. It is an opportunity to dig deeply into all the areas of life where gratitude can be found, acknowledging and savouring each one in order to bring your... read more
Mindfulness Exercises

Mindfulness Exercises

Stop and feel gratitude for one thing in your life. First, think about it in detail. Pause and place your left hand on your heart to feel it. Literally breathe it in, feel your heartbeat and see if you can notice it energize (because it will, whether you are conscious... read more
Be Here Now

Be Here Now

The problem is, we are naturally complicated. We learn early in life to avoid the simplicity of the moment and live inside an entangled mind-mess. So, back to basics! We connect to the present through our senses. We’ll review simple ways to use the senses to... read more
Are You Chronically Discontented?

Are You Chronically Discontented?

You experience mental commotion, self-criticism, runaway thoughts, bad habits, anxiety, depression and self-loathing. Your mind and emotions seem to operate on autopilot, out of your control. Depending on your level of neurosis, your mind can feel like a psychic... read more
Heart Disease

Heart Disease

Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee have found that people with coronary disease who began practicing meditation were 48 percent less likely to have a heart attack, stroke or die from all causes, compared to a group of study participants who... read more
Reasons to Meditate

Reasons to Meditate

In a study of health insurance statistics, meditators had 87% fewer hospitalizations for heart disease, 55% fewer for benign and malignant tumors, and 30% fewer for infectious diseases. The meditators had more than 50% fewer doctor visits than did non-meditators. (1)... read more
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