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Transcendental meditation for health and happiness

This form of meditation distinguishes itself by its encompassing, ideological philosophy. Transcendental meditation is a protected trademark. The technique may be taught only by authorized TM teachers and is charged. The founder of the related movement “Global Nation of World Peace” is Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Transcendental meditation focuses not only on the bliss of the individual but strives to reach at a global state of salvation. Maharishis claim that transcendental

Attentiveness meditation – the simple way for a better life

Attentiveness meditation, just as meditation for silence and peace, is an ideal introduction to the topic of mediation. Buddhism refers to it as Vipassana meditation. Being one of the most ancient forms, it spread to all circles of laypeople throughout the centuries. Attentiveness meditation works with alert perception of processes instead of extraordinary states of mind or special knowledge. It is based on perception of a person’s own breathing. During

Active meditation for active people

Cutting after the modern person’s lifestyle, different forms of meditation have been developed to base on physical exercise and interaction in order to find one’s own self rather than by peace and passivity. In a world full of noise, speed and a flood of medial stimuli, active meditation and its orientations are made for preparation for a contemplative phase of meditation. Physical exercise helps transfer consciousness into a state of

Yoga – The King's way to health and happiness

The spiritual lectures of Yoga stem from Indian Buddhism and Hinduism. The soul is considered a traveler, the body is the carriage: The five senses are the horses and common sense the navigator. Sanskrit calls the soul carriage’s harness Yoga. The Upanishaden lectures, created 700 years before Christ, turned into the foundation of a philosophy describing the path to enlightenment via meditation. Ethnic foundations and pathways of Ascesis and retreat

With Zen Buddhism to the Epiphany

Meditation in Zen Buddhism will not climax in discovery of internal areas or conditions of a mind separated from the outside world. Zen is about man’s unison with reality. The habit of projecting oneself into the future, wanting to achieve something for a state yet to be, to fight, is set aside in Zen Buddhism. Instead, it is all about the mindful handling of all which is present and real