Walking Meditation: a Daily Mindfulness Practice

Walking Meditation: a Daily Mindfulness Practice

Meditation means to Focus the Mind on the Totality and the Emptiness hidden in the Present Moment. Nowadays is widely Known that Meditation Reduces Stress, Tensions and Provides Mental Calm. But in the rush of Everyday Life, it’s not always easy to Stop, and as the old saying Goes, smell the Roses.  From the demands of Family to the Requests and the Pressure in the Office, there is always a smaller Room to simply Be and Be Mindful. For those looking for a brief Respite, is possible consider the Walking Meditation as a Regular Meditative Practice. …continue reading →
5 Minutes Meditation for Enhancing Awareness

5 Minutes Meditation for Enhancing Awareness

We all are Unique Individuals, with a particular History and Conditionings impressed in our DNA, Cells, Body, Mind, Synapses, Memories, Thoughts and Soul. No one can offer us a Fixed Formula for Navigating all Life Situations and all States of Minds, but just one or more Pieces of our Soul Puzzle to Manifest our Meaningful Life Purposes. Only by Listening profoundly into our Whole Being we can Find the Way to Enhance our Awareness to Discern, to Live at Best every Life Experience and to Stay in every Present Moment. Mindfulness Practice is…continue reading →
Concentration Meditation. An Easy and Effective Exercise

Concentration Meditation. An Easy and Effective Exercise

Concentration Meditation. An Easy and Effective Practice by Thich Nhat Hanh The Purpose of this Meditation is to Combine Concentration and Mindfulness so as to Allow to see into the True Nature of Reality and the Present Moment. According to Thich Nhat Hanh, Concentration is a Great Source of Happiness and Inner Growth. Harvard Cardiologist Herbert Benson, M.D. first found that Concentration Meditation Elicits what he calls the “Relaxation Response.” All forms of Meditation, in which the Mind becomes Quiet and Focused, also elicit this Innate Physiological Response, which is the opposite of the…continue reading →
Science and Spirituality: the Shamanic Paradigm

Science and Spirituality: the Shamanic Paradigm

“We can't Tell you the Origin of the Experience. But we can Tell you the Brain does Appear to be Built to have these [Mystical] Experiences. There are Examples of People reaching similar States, Spontaneously. But for the most part, it takes Work. Meditation and these Powerful Prayer Experiences Require Dedication and Practice. But People have figured out how to do this, and the question is, 'What is the Source of that Experience?' The Answer is, 'We don't Know.' Science Doesn't really have an Answer for you.”  Andrew B. Newberg Consciousness is at…continue reading →