- A practical introduction that makes it simple to enjoy the life-changing benefits of meditation - even if you've never tried it before!
- Describe how meditation can be helpful to those engaged in the medical field
- Practice mindful meditation in the context of health and wellness
- Optimizing your life span, letting go of stress, and even enhancing your body's self-healing powers.
July 18, 2017
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Meditation for Optimum Health: How to Use Mindfulness and Breathing to Heal Your Body and Refresh Your Mind
By learning to cultivate the power of your attention through daily practice, you can harness the full potential of your mind, and use it to enrich every dimension of your life.
You will learn how meditation can actually unify your mind and body's many related functions and help you start enjoying the best health of your life.
Freedom from addictive thoughts, a sense of ease and inhabiting the present moment can result from practicing Christian prayer or Tibetan, Hindu or Buddhist meditation.
The authors back up their findings about meditation's ability to ease pain, lower blood pressure and slow heart rate with medical research. Kabat-Zinn systematically guides the listener through various meditation sessions, with reminders to stay aware of breathing, physical sensations and thought patterns.
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Don't bite the hook : finding freedom from anger, resentment, and other destructive emotions [CD] or audio download
by Pema Chödrön
Life has a way of provoking us with traffic jams and computer malfunctions, with emotionally distant partners and crying children--and before we know it, we're upset. We feel terrible, and then we end up saying and doing things that only make matters worse. But it doesn't have to be that way, says Pema Chödrön . It is possible to relate constructively to the inevitable shocks, losses, and frustrations of life so that we can find true happiness. The key, Pema explains, is not biting the "hook" of our habitual responses. In this recorded weekend retreat, Pema draws on Buddhist teachings from The Way of the Bodhisattva to reveal how we can: stay centered in the midst of difficulty ; improve stressful relationships ; step out of the downward spiral of self-hatred ; awaken compassion for ourselves and others.
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