Sufism

April 1, 2008

Sufism – The Mystic Tradition of Islam Sufism is the mystical tradition of Islam. But you don’t have to be Islamic to gain benefits from its practices. Wisdom exists in everyone, from your local grocer to the Pope. You just have to be open to experiencing it. I’ve never formally studied religion, so what I […]

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Christian Meditation

April 1, 2008

Christian Meditation Made Easy “For God is Love, and he who abides in love abides in God, and God in him,” 1 John 4:16 Christian Meditation has several practices that help to still the mind. All are centered on developing a deep love for God and connecting with God through His son Jesus Christ. As […]

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Creating a Meditation Practice

April 1, 2008

Creating a meditation practice is more than just learning a few techniques.  It’s about establishing a sacred space in which you feel safe and supported in your practice of meditation. Simple and practical tips can make all the difference between meditating for a few short weeks and meditating for a lifetime. Ultimately, the great meditation […]

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Spiritual Healing

April 1, 2008

Spiritual healing is a form of alternative medicine. But that’s not to say that it’s something new. Throughout history, almost every person in every culture and every religion has asked themselves the same question, “Who am I?” Perhaps the answer to that question is unknowable, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t seek the answer. To […]

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Journaling as a Spiritual Practice

April 1, 2008

Journaling Reveals Insights into Your Life and Meditation Journaling as a spiritual practice can heighten your experience of life and meditation by revealing hidden meanings and significance to the events of your life. It opens you to new understandings that may not be obvious at first. All you need is a paper and pen. Actually, […]

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Kabbalah

April 1, 2008

Kabbalah – Jewish Mysticism Kabbalah is the Jewish mystic tradition. Its roots are very deep and its practices somewhat secret. Originally, the esoteric practices of Kabbalah were known only to a few select Rabbis and passed down through an oral tradition to ensure authenticity and prevent mis-use. Today, information is more accessible, and with this […]

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Biofeedback

April 1, 2008

What is Biofeedback? Biofeedback is a form of mind-body medicine and a way to increase your awareness and control of bodily responses, like your heart rate, blood pressure, skin temperature, galvanic skin response, and muscle tension. Normally, we don’t think about having control of these things, but they are all part of the body’s autonomic […]

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