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Meditation Sleepless wrote to us with a question on meditation. Here’s what he had to say: I have a very busy mind. My friends have recommended meditation to me but I just don’t get it. I don’t understand how just sitting down is suppose to clear my mind and/or help relax me. Can you give me some insight here? Thanks!What Is The Difference Between Guided Meditation And Other Meditations?
Guided Meditation is a focused way of meditating, to get in a higher state of consciousness in order to achieve a specific goal or purpose. It is very hard for people to shut of their active minds when meditating.Meditation for Better Sleep
Here are some good suggestions for how to meditate to sleep better. By using meditation you can learn to relax both your body and mind.Mindfulness and Meditation – Quick and Easy Techniques to Stay Present, Aware, and Relieve Stress
Let’s take a close look at how mindfulness, meditation, and awareness can help you to live in the moment, relax, and help you to release stress and anxiety. First, ask yourself: Is time slipping by without you noticing? Do you look back after days, weeks, even months and ask yourself what happened to the time? If this is you, you’re not alone. Most of us have great difficulty living in the present, in the moment.The Weird Science of Binaural Beats
Binaural beats are fascinating psychoacoustic phenomena that may be no more than that, although there are legions of people who claim otherwise. The phenomenon, which was first discovered in 1839, results when a person is subjected to two sounds, one in each ear. If the frequencies of the sounds are very close but not identical, the listener will hear what sounds like a rhythmic pulse.