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I know that some of you alreadly know about this idea, if not please send me your questions because I would love to keep this discussion going on and on. It is interesting to me how to market your products. It is great there are companies out there that are bringing customers to your doors in new ways.
11:55 am • 26 August 2013
Meditation Techniques: 7 Unusual Practices
1. Labyrinth Meditation
If you’re looking for a mesmerizing moving meditation, try a practice of walking through a labyrinth. Many churches, gardens and other outdoor spaces feature labyrinths that are available for public use. It’s said that the combination of left and right-brain activity required of navigating a labyrinth can help with problem-solving and can even spur unexpected epiphanies.
2. Buddhism Boot Camp
In our frantic, fast-paced lives, it can be difficult to completely switch gears and let go of our competitive natures, even when we’re trying to slow down and find balance. Touting itself as an “ideal training method for this generation’s short attention span,” Buddhist Boot Camp is a new title instructing readers on the basics of Buddhism and meditation using a no-nonsense approach.
3. Journey Meditation
hormones — and it can also boost levels of healthy hormones
. Laughter meditation, then, can be a particularly effective way to relieve stress.
4. Laughter Meditation
Laughter, and even the mere anticipation of impending laughter, can reduce damaging stress
The powerful act of mindful laughter anchors us in the present and brings us to a place of joy. Try starting out with a five to 20 minute laughter meditation
by imagining humorous situations and letting yourself laugh fully and deeply, ending with a brief silence.
Journey meditation can transport your mind, using visualization, to a more quiet and serene state. To try this type of meditation, simply imagine yourself in a beautiful place completely separated from your everyday life; somewhere you feel safe. Try starting for five to 10 minutes, visualizing a garden, tropical island or peaceful mountaintop to slow down the mind and remind yourself of the world’s beauty.
5. Fire Meditation
There are several different ways to benefit from the energy of the fire element in your meditative practice. One common method
is to focus on the flame of a candle that you’ve placed three to six feet in front of you. After you’ve gazed at the flame for several minutes, close your eyes and imagine it: Send anything that threatens your balance and peace into the flame, and feel yourself becoming more light and pure.
We’ve all heard the old riddle, “If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?” But you may not have realized that this and other philosophical questions can form the basis for a meditative practice called Koan Meditation
. It’s a Buddhist technique in the zen tradition that involves asking a question that cannot be answer through reason alone as a way to see the true nature of the Buddha. Click here
for a list of potential questions to explore in your practice.
Crystals can be used as part of a meditative practice to help target specific emotions and reach particular spiritual goals. Calming blue stones, for instance, can help clear the mind and body, while purple or clear stones aid in achieving elevated states of consciousness (calcite, for instance, symbolizes enlightenment). If you have a particular goal for your practice, try getting there by holding or wearing crystals with the healing properties that can guide you.
4:01 pm • 7 May 2013
“People are not lazy. They simply have impotent goals — that is, goals that do not inspire them.”
— Tony Robbins
8:01 am • 4 May 2013 • 2 notes
“Surmounting difficulty is the crucible that forms character.”
— Tony Robbins
4:01 pm • 3 May 2013 • 1 note