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Healing Sounds. 7 Non-New Agey Affirmations To Balance Your Chakras. The chakras are energy centers that are located along the front line of your body.

7 Non-New Agey Affirmations To Balance Your Chakras

Each chakra governs different aspects of your being. For example, the crown chakra is the center for trust and the third eye is the center for wisdom and wise decision making. When your chakras come into greater alignment you can more easily bring your best self forward. Try working with these seven affirmations to balance each of your chakras (listed from top to bottom) and transform your life. Crown chakra: I let go and I trust the process of life. The crown chakra is the center for trust. Third eye: I am wise. The third eye is the center for wisdom and clarity and wise decision making. Throat: I am fully expressive. The throat chakra is the center for expression.

Heart: I am a radiant being of light and love. The heart chakra is the center for love. Solar Plexus: I accept myself completely. The solar plexus is the center for acceptance. Identity: I am balanced. Good Morning Yoga Sequence. Mind Flowers - Sacred Geometry Mandalas. 8 Basic Kinds of Meditation. Alright, so we all know we should meditate.

8 Basic Kinds of Meditation

Regular doctors now recommend meditation to their patients. But how do you do it? And does it matter what kind of meditation you do? There are some basic, fundamental differences among the kinds of meditation that most people practice, and these differences ought to be considered while you’re deciding what is right for you. Now, I’m hardly an impartial observer.

So here are eight popular kinds of meditation: Vipassana comes from the Buddhist tradition 1. Zazen comes from the Japanese Buddhist tradition. Intro to Meditation. Love Unconditionally. A Meditation For When You're Stressing About Money. Creating a balance between spirituality and prosperity is very important.

A Meditation For When You're Stressing About Money

Money is a form of energy and can be used for good if there is a positive flow. When you have an abundance of money, you can help others on their path spiritually, emotionally, physically and in every aspect of their lives. Then the giving/receiving cycle repeats. The more you give to others, the more it comes flowing back to you. Conversely, when you are having financial difficulties, you become self-absorbed and can only focus on yourself and your problems (trying to pay the rent, bills, debts etc). Typically, we feel even more deserving of money when we know we will help others with it. For increased happiness and prosperity, you can recite this powerful meditation on prosperity by Master Choa Kok Sui out loud each day.

25 Ways to Make a Difference in the World Every Day. “The way to gain a good reputation is to endeavor to be what you desire to appear.”

25 Ways to Make a Difference in the World Every Day

~Socrates When I started Tiny Buddha, my main goal was to make a positive difference. How To Become A Mindful Eater In 10 Days. Don't beat yourself up if you've eaten too much recently.

How To Become A Mindful Eater In 10 Days

Now is the perfect opportunity to try again, equipped with a new useful tool. Practicing mindful eating can help you avoid the typical holiday weight gain (and the guilt that often follows), but to do it well it does take "training," just as with anything else. We wouldn't dream about running a marathon without proper training or performing in a play without rehearsing, yet we expect that we could just start to eat mindfully at any time.

Unfortunately it doesn't work that way, so I have developed a 10-day "training plan" to eat mindfully. Start with Day 1, and each day add a new habit to your eating routine. Day 1 I will do my best to start each meal with some deep breaths and a pause to become fully present. Day 2 Before taking the first bite, I will take a moment to think about how grateful I am to have this delicious food available for me. Day 3. 108 Movements to a Meditative Mind State: The 5 Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation. By Ethan Indigo Smith Contributing writer for Wake Up World It just so happens that one of the quickest and simplest sets of meditative movements and one of the easiest to integrate as your own, is also one of the most powerful.

108 Movements to a Meditative Mind State: The 5 Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation

The Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation take about twenty minutes or so depending on how long you meditate, the longer the better of course. There are many ways to do the Five Tibetans and the movements will benefit you in multiple ways also. As with all meditative movements, part of the reason people are adverse to beginning it – part of the reason we allow our ego to convince us we do not need to do such practices – is because we see that they take time. The Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation were not designed as beginner yoga, nor are they, but the fact they only take twenty minutes or so makes them totally accessible to our busied mind and active lifestyle that prevents us beginner yogis from beginning. Finding the Divine Within With Yoga. Many start doing Yoga thinking its only some physical exercise, but as you progress realisation dawns upon you that it is far more profound that that.

Finding the Divine Within With Yoga

Yoga is a path of self-evolution, of self-discovery that can guide us to the universal spirit and connect us with the divine being. Like a quote from William Blake reads, “If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite.” Guiding us further on this path of discovering more about oneself with yoga, is Davide Ghiottone, an Italian yoga practitioner (since 1990) and teacher of Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga. We thought of asking him more on Yoga, breathing, his Gurus and his inspiration behind learning this ancient Indian science.What got you interested in learning Yoga?

After I read the book on Hatha Yoga by Theos Bernard in 1989 awakened my curiosity, and it was my first book on the subject. Karandavàsana asana. Lady of the Earth. The Origin & Spread of Vipassana.