Meditation doesn’t need to be as complicated as you might think. The Japanese, in fact, have a number of practices that can help you integrate so-called moving meditations into your day, and one of the least well-known is Kinhin (Kin’ Yin’), or the practice of walking meditation. It’s special because it’s integrated into something that all of us already do: walk!
We live in a world of tea lovers, but have you ever wondered about its history and why it’s so popular? More importantly, are you missing out on a special opportunity every time you make a cup?
Uncertainty is having limited knowledge about an event, person, occurrence, or topic, and its future. In our busy minds, that means it’s difficult to control things, plan things, or calculate what is to come – which if you’re the average control freak, is a bit nail-biting. This meditation can help.
No matter your political affiliation, this season is probably stressing you out — and putting your central nervous system (CNS) on edge!
The best way to respond isn’t yelling at the first passerby that looks at you funny. Instead, establishing a routine that gives your CNS a little TLC is much more effective!
You may have even heard about the practice of “sound healing” or the now-über popular binaural beats. Sound is healing, at least in the psychosomatic way. It makes us feel good – but it can’t actually heal, right? Or can it…
While you may have tried some form of meditation in the past, because of these challenges, you may have had trouble forming a sustainable practice.
This may be because you haven’t found the appropriate meditation technique for you, but for many, it’s because they have uncertainty about the HOW of meditation. How does this thing actually work?