Areas of Practice




In meditation techniques, you learn to use all of your senses in an imaginary journey that helps the body to relax, unwind, heal, and create. It is more than visualization. You use not only your mind’s eye, but also your mind’s ear, nose, tongue and body to touch and experience a chosen state while still awake. This is a relaxed state of consciousness. Researchers have found evidence of mind or consciousness in every cell of the body. Brain studies show that the body responds to imagined activities as if they were physical. The same areas of the brain light up. The same release of chemicals and hormones takes place. This is the underlying basis, the foundation, of all mind-body therapies. The higher states of consciousness that can be reached in this way are the states in which the universal law of attraction begins to operate, the states where mind meets matter, the states that are explained by the latest in quantum physics, energy medicine, humanistic and positive psychology research using phrases such as resonance, entanglement, scalar waves, energy healing, and intention.

There are a variety of meditations. Simply put, to meditate is to focus attention. The object of meditation differs. Because most people are driven by their thoughts, meditation teachers often instruct students to become an observer of their thoughts, to learn how to let thoughts arise and float by without reacting to them. That skill helps students more consciously choose their emotions and behaviors, and with continued practice, choose a state of being.

In mindfulness meditation, you learn to be present to every moment as it is now. Not in the past. Not in the future. There is only now. Right now is where new insights are reached, new choices are made and new experiences are created.

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