Meditation is a simple practice available to all, which can reduce stress, increase calmness and clarity and promote happiness. Learning how to meditate is straightforward, and the benefits can come quickly. Here, you will find basic tips to get you started on a path toward greater equanimity, acceptance and joy.
Having ‘Peace of Mind’ is not a strenuous job, it is an effortless process. When the mind is disturbed, just let it be. Give it a little time. It will settle down on its own. Please Like and Share this Video and Subscribe to the Channel for New Motivational and Inspiring Videos
Through mindful living practices, we can find happiness, joy, & meaning in our lives. Mindful living can help us to find more happiness, joy and meaning in our life.
Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment, through a gentle, nurturing lens.
Meditation has a long history of use for increasing calmness and physical relaxation, improving psychological balance, coping with illness, and enhancing overall health and well-being. There are many types of meditation, but most have four elements in common: a quiet location with as few distractions as possible; a specific, comfortable posture (sitting, lying down, walking, or in other positions); a focus of attention (a specially chosen word or set of words, an object, or the sensations of the breath); and an open attitude (letting distractions come and go naturally without judging them). This Video contains thoughts on meditation by various people. Enjoy your Meditation
The word buddha is a title. The proper name of this individual was Guatama Siddhartha. The word Buddha means the Awakened One. From the Sanskrit root Budh, which means to wake. Or to know. So we could say Buddha means the man who woke up.
In times of disaster we are so focused on the current pain and loss that it is very hard to see how such a thing could actually be good. It rarely appears good in the moment. Alternatively, good things may not be as good as they seem. The Taoists belief is that things are neither good nor bad, just what is so.
We have all had times when we’ve been consumed by the fire of anger. It’s a powerful force that can burst into flames in minutes, burning ourselves and others if we let it. Anger can cause feelings of guilt, regret, or shame and when it gets out of control it can destroy lives and relationships.
Rabbi and Psychiatrist, Dr Abraham Twerski, speaks about the three phases of anger. The feeling of anger when you are provoked, your reaction to this feeling, and then how long you hold onto this anger. He calls the feeling of anger, true anger, the action of anger is rage, and the hanging onto anger he calls resentment.
In this video, he teaches us how unpacking anger helps us become more empowered in our expression of this complex emotion.
“Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” Steve Jobs