Category: Meditation

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    The Quantum Mindset: Everything We Need To Know

    Marin McCue

    We are creatures of habit. We can quickly and easily get stuck in cyclical patterns of actions, cyclical loops of thought, and find ourselves in stagnancy, weighed down by our own perspective, locked in on a reality that is not THE ONE AND ONLY REALITY. At times of low vibration, low consciousness, meandering the dark […]

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    Creating a Self Guided Meditation and Personal Writing Practice

    Lynn Alexander

    When I first found yoga in my early twenties, the practice was all about the postures and physical form. The quiet moments before and after the physical stuff were nice, but they were short, and pretty much always filled with mental chatter and wondering what was going to happen next, a constant stream of thoughts, […]

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    Simple Guidelines for Getting Started with Meditation

    Hilda Carroll

    When starting out with meditation it’s quite common that people’s preconceptions don’t match their experience. They expect to have a still mind….and their mind remains busy. They expect to feel bliss…and they experience boredom. They expect to have a profound experience…and they don’t. They expect it to be something other than they experience…and they are […]

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    How to Take Mindful Breaks Throughout Your Day

    Gabi Garrett

    Recently, I heard the phrase, “Make art of your day.” I thought this was a magical quote. In my mind, it painted a lovely picture of a woman patiently gliding through her day with limited stress and optimized focused. This image totally differed from how I was currently spending my twenty-four precious hours. At the […]

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    5 Ways to Be More Mindful in Yoga

    Alexa Simon

    If you are someone who practices yoga habitually, then you’ve most like heard an instructor say, “Use your breath to cultivate mindfulness.” As a current yoga teacher, I say this statement frequently to my students. Although, we as humans understand that we must work towards mindfulness in our everyday actions, it is much easier said […]

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    5 Simple Mindfulness Practices While Travelling Abroad

    Teresa Mason

    One reason we travel is to get out of our comfort zones. We go into the unknown, hoping to reconnect with the world around us and become inspired by all the ways we are different and the same. This change of pace is exactly what we are looking for when we book a trip but […]

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    Can “Non-Meditators” Adopt a Meditation Practice?

    Emmy Schneider-Green

    We’ve all heard of the benefits of meditation, but that doesn’t mean we’re all naturally the “meditation type.” You probably know at least one person in your life who seems to have an easy time of zenning out and getting down with a meditation practice, but what about those of us with a million and […]

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    What Are The Seven Chakras & How To Unblock Them?

    Brett Larkin

    The Chakra system is kind of like an energetic nervous system in that it’s a complex and intricate web of over 114 energy centers or wheels. Most people know the main seven and that’s because those are energetically the largest in our bodies.  Therefore, they’re the best ones to begin working with.  The seven largest […]

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