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Into the Pool

Laura Hobbs by Laura Hobbs | February 2nd, 2016 | 3 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, meditation | tags: breathe, focus, happiness, hard to meditate, how to meditate, life changes, meditate, meditation, meditation for beginners, meditation space, Personal Growth

It’s mid-morning and I’ve just finished a client’s photo edits. Light pours into our living room through south-facing windows, tiny dust particles dancing and defying gravity in the rays. I place my meditation cushion in the center of the rug, my brass singing bowl sitting off to the side. I turn my phone’s ringer off and set my timer for 20 minutes. With one swift tap of the velvet-covered stick, the singing bowl chimes a long, unwavering sound that slowly fades. I close my eyes, inhale through my nose, and exhale through my mouth. “Hello,” I say.

The Lazy Person’s Way to Meditate?

Bill Harris by Bill Harris | January 26th, 2012 | No Comments
topic: Health & Wellness, Personal Growth | tags: benefits of meditation, Bill Harris, brain waves, Centerpointe Research Institute, depression, emotional issues, enlightenment, happiness, hard to meditate, headphones, health, Holosync, meditate, meditation, problems, stress, thoughts, unhappy, well-being

New Way to MeditateIf you’re like most people, you have, at some point at least, tried meditation. But if you are also like most people, you’ve probably not found meditation user-friendly enough to become a regular habit.

In addition to the age-old spiritual benefits, thousands of research studies have demonstrated that meditation increases awareness, well-being and equanimity; relieves anxiety, depression and other mental health problems; increases mental clarity; and reduces the stress associated with many medical problems.