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  1. Adolescents and kids can do meditation to improve the way the brins work, see the details about it on

  2. To improve relation and fertility also, chakra meditation is really interesting, see how from here

  3. Meditation teaches us to balance diet and helps us to get rid of eating disorder, see how it works on

  4. For insomnia problem, we can practice chakra meditation for a few minutes only and can sleep easily, here is the way how to do it

  5. Chakra meditation also helps us to improve our self control, and helps us to build a strong self confidence.

  6. When we got a physical or emotional pain, it means that one of our chakras is not healthy so we got to heal it by doing chakra meditation, here are tips to know more about it

  7. Chakra healing method is a type of meditation to balance the energy between our body and mind.

  8. After hearing about the benefits of mindfulness I still have no idea how to do it for myself or my clients.

    • Hello, have you heard about sound healing meditation, you can find what it’s all about from the

      • Hi, is there any type of meditation for kids?

        • Kids and adolescents are also invited to meditate as it helps in improving memory and concentration, see the details from

    • I have also practiced this type of meditation and it’s so effective on the creativity side, it improves concentration and cognitive ability. For further explanations, don’t hesitate to go on

    • Meditation is also interesting as it creates a state of deep relaxation and good feeling of wellbeing.

  9. Mindful meditations goal is to go below the ego or conscious mind or half of the brain.  We try to connect to the right brain.
    The right side is not literal, has no right or wrong or dialogue.  Words and numbers are pixels, so yes we are more creative.  mindful meditation is an accumulative practice.  
    each time you practice the connection between the two hemispheres grows and becomes a little thicker.  Equanimity is how Zen describes it.  I describe it as intuition.
    When the ego has less impact we become more creative.

  10. One of the features of mindfulness I have found to be very helpful in psychotherapy is the enhanced focus, sustained attention and concentration ‘practice’ that one has . . . which I have found with numerous clients to be very beneficial. ADHD clients, clients who have had stroke or head injury, even some clients with mild dementia have benefited from the improvements they have found when learning mindfulness and relaxation. One client had been programmed in public school as mentally retarded but actually had a severe learning disability and was also had ADHD. Once she learned mindfulness and learned some stress management and progressive muscle relaxation skills, and gained some faith in herself, she was able to finish a college degree with just a few accommodations. I am not surprised at the benefits research is finding when people are able to get centered and use more of their cognitive abilities.

  11. I think that any discipline, mind expanding, mind flexing practice tends to override habitual, rigidly defined notions of what constitutes reality.
    The folks I have met who have, in one way or another, opened their minds would as a side effect, tend to be more cognitively flexible, more relaxed, open minded, more creative, less uptight. They’ve loosened their grip on what’s so.
    On the other side of that equation lurks rigidity, where flexibility is perceived as a threat to stability, to one’s fixed bottom line world view which tends to be rigidly held and vigorously defended. One might characterize these folks as close minded, inflexible, cognitively impaired.
    The Buddhist notion of “I-don’t-know mind” promotes open mindedness whereas
    extreme fundamentalist views and thinking by contrast, are often righteously held, impenetrable, sealed off, aggressively defended.
    Based on my experience, people with whom I am acquainted who subscribe to the aforementioned view, tend to be more uptight, anxious, and threatened by novelty and change. As a consequence, their creativity tends to be bounded, curtailed, diminished, dwarfed. In brief, close minded.

  12. As a psychiatrist who treats anxiety, depression as well as doing couples therapy I find that using mindfulness and the concept of a beginners mind has been incredibly helpful to change automatic fixed reactions to more open mindful responding. I encourage all my patients to begin a practice and find that it helps not only control the automatic reactions but opens them to new ways of looking at old problems. The research is very exciting for me because I have always thought this to be true that mindfulness meditation would help problem solving. Now someone has shown it. Thank you for the reference !
    Larry Drell, MD
    for information on how anxiety, depression and couples counseling can be helped by meditation.

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