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The word meditation comes from the Indo-European root med-, meaning “to measure.” It entered English as meditation through the Latin meditatio, which originally indicated any type of physical or intellectual exercise, then later evolved into the more specific meaning “contemplation.”
Meditation is a mental discipline by which the practitioner attempts to get beyond the reflexive, “thinking” mind into a deeper state of relaxation or awareness. Meditation is a component of many religions, and has been practiced since antiquity. It is also practiced outside religious traditions. Different meditative disciplines encompass a wide range of spiritual or psycho-physical practices that may emphasize different goals—from achievement of a higher state of consciousness, to greater focus, creativity or self-awareness, or simply a more relaxed and peaceful frame of mind.Eastern meditation techniques have been adapted and increasingly practiced in Western culture.
Meditation is the process of experiencing a state of pure awareness through calming the mind and emotions you can experience a state of peace and tranquility. Meditation is a simple technique that can be learned in a few minutes. To master it requires continued practice, guidance and mature knowledge of the process.
Through the practice of meditation and the observation of your thoughts, you develop the power to discriminate between those though that are useful and those that are not. Thoughts have certain qualities. Some thoughts produce more stress by leading the attention towards worries, doubts, fears and skepticism. Thoughts that are positive can be retained; those that are negative can be released. The natural function of the mind is to think, and no thought is destructive if there is no effect from it.
Samadhi Transformation Meditation
How easy it is for our lives to fall into a pattern day after day, we eath the same foods, wear the same clothes and follow the same routine.
The problem is that complacency is exactly what keeps us from gowing. It’s never too late to reopen your window to the world. A small peek in a new direction will offer you a fresh outlook on life! Samadhi transformation Meditation is for everyone!
-Transformation Samadhi Meditation is a scientifically oriented practial applicant of meditation techniques. It includes the understand of how the mind and body react to stress and how medittion philosophy and practice can be applied to everyday life to improve overall health and productivity and unfold inner peace.
-Studies of meditation have shown to reduced stress and anxiety. Help assist with lower blood pressure, improved health, vitality and self esteem.
If you want to see change, change what you see.
If you have never meditated or if you have tried and found it difficult to continue your practice; this class is for you. It will include theory of meditation, effective techniques and practice time.
“When you talk, you repeat what you
“When you listen, you often learn
1. When you are experiencing a situation in wich you feel tension and unpleasant emotions, as yourself the question, in what way would I like this situation to be different?
2. When you notice you are feeling tense, then watch the tension as it is approaching from the distance. Once it has come, accept it. Do not try to push it or suppress it or get angry at yourself for reacting, because that will make you more tense. Just recognize and observe what you are feeling and allow yourself
to experience the symptoms you are feeling.
3. Now, begin to breathe using the abdominal breathing technique, slowly and deeply. As you change your breathing pattern, notice that you can begin to relax and change your thinking pattern. The breath is very closely connected to your mind and emotions. Check your body and see if there is any tension in your back, neck or shoulders; if so, take a deep breath and consciously give yourself the message to relax that area of your body.
4. Notice if you want to fight, argue or run from the situation and then follow steps to begin to change your thinking about the situation.
Six Steps to Freedom from disturbing Thought and Feelings
1. Sit in a quite place, close your eyes and begin to relax your body. (You can use a breathing technique or a mantra)
2. Begin to observe your mind and your thoughts, noticing how certain thoughts keep repeating or carrying your attention into a pattern of worries or fears.
3. Notice that if you put your attention on the pause after on thought and before the next one, you experience a brief moment of peace of freedom from the effect of thought.
4. Repeat the mantra, noticing how other thoughts come and go and you as the master of your mind can choose to put your attention on the mantra instead of paying attention to the thoughts.
5. Be aware that you are the Knower or Observer of your mind and thoughts and begin to become aware of yourself as the knower unmixed with the thoughts.
6. Whenever you notice that you have become mixed with a thought, just gently remind yourself to again repeat the mantra and be aware of yourself as the Knower.
Meditation is the process of experiencing a state of pure awareness
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