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Simple Meditation Guide

Many of us are living mindlessly these days instead of mindfully. Mindful Moments are when you stop your mind, body and soul, for a moment in time and focus on one thing only. No multitasking but intentionally focusing on something for a moment. This month we are celebrating meditation so…

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Meditation in a Minute

Each of us is different. We have different personalities, different life experiences, and different likes and dislikes. After practicing and teaching meditation for over 30 years I have realized that different types of meditations work for different people. Which meditation draws you into your inner sacred space of peace and…

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When, Where And Why to Meditate

You may think you don’t have enough time to meditate.  However you only need 60-seconds, 5-minutes, or a short break anytime during the day to renew yourself through meditation. As a result, you will feel less stressed and more relaxed. You can practice meditation virtually anywhere. From your bedroom or…

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How Meditation Helps Your Mind, Body and Soul

Why should you meditate? Let us help you learn how meditation helps your body and soul. Meditation means awareness. So as a result, whatever you do with awareness and free from other distractions is considered meditation. For example, listening to your heartbeat is meditation; watching the sunrise is meditation. The…

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The Healing Power of Ritualsno

Welcome to the season of rituals. Many of our sacred familial and societal rituals are present this time of year. A ritual is a bridge connecting your past, present, and future. Rituals glue you together inside and out. Your daily spiritual practices, your daily meals, and your play rituals with…

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Meditation is Medicine?

May is Meditation Month! Emerging scientific meditation research shows that there are many health benefits of meditation (also known as relaxation response). In fact, it has proven benefits in a variety of diseases. What are you waiting for? After reading this list, start meditating with Dr. Hall at The Meditation…

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