Meditation is a distinct way of learning how to be present in your mind and body in this moment. A way of turning inward and finding calm from within, pushing away the stresses and worries of the day. It has a positive effect on people – lowering anxiety and stress, increasing energy, promoting creativity, positivity, […]
Meditation can be used to reduce pain even more than morphine and other pain relieving drugs. Try this guided meditation for chronic pain management and pain relief – without drugs, without side effects, and without any cost! Let us know how it works for you.
Practicing mindfulness meditation over an 8-week period reduces the severity of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms in women, according to a study published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology. Mindfulness meditation training involves focusing attention on present-moment experience and the nonjudgmental awareness of body sensations and emotions. Previous research has suggested that mindfulness training may […]
Meditation for Diabetes: Watch the video about the Ho-Chunk Tribe’s Success. (7 mins) The people of the Ho-Chunk tribe on the Winnibago Reservation, Nebraska, have an abnormally high rate of diabetes. Through local health programs, they are benefiting from the positive health benefits of meditation. High blood pressure, stress and poor diet all contribute to the […]
Updated February 25, 2014. Watch this video of Barbara Allan, author of “Conquering Arthritis.” She talks about good meditation versus bad meditation. (4 mins) At age 25 Barbara Allan became one of over 9.1 million people in the United States with an autoimmune-type arthritis. Her arthritis was triggered by bacterial dysentery caused by eating food tainted with […]
Updated March 14, 2014. Meditation has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety, but it can also be used to fight depression. Mindfulness meditation can help you build your own inner resources and lift yourself into a more positive frame of mind. The following excerpts show how meditation for depression can help you find some […]
Did you know that meditation can help reduce the actual sensation of pain itself? That’s what some studies have shown. It’s one thing to agree that meditation can help you handle the experience of pain, it’s another to actually use meditation for pain relief. But the studies at Wake Forest University School of Medicine show […]
Updated January 31, 2014. Trouble Sleeping? Most of us are on-the-go from the start of the day, tackling to-do lists and facing one distraction after another. By the time we are ready to end our day, laying down and just relaxing is easier said than done. If you have trouble sleeping, here are 4 techniques that […]