How to meditate

How to meditate

Sleep is a Beautiful Thing

A surgeon shares about the importance of sleep and how we can contend with sleepiness in our meditation.

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How to meditate

Introducing New Awareness Yoga Sequence

The new awareness yoga sequence can be performed sitting, standing, or even reclining. Instead of starting from the crown and working down the body, the flow is reversed, beginning from the ground and integrating movements upward and outward to the extremities.

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How to meditate

Ahem… Where are the Results of My Practice?

In today’s fast-paced world, when everything is at our fingertips, we may expect immediate responses and instant results in all areas of life–including our meditation practice.

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How to meditate

What is the Wind in Your Sails?

“If we remember why we meditate and the possibilities that meditation offers us in this life, we will come back to the cushion easily and with enthusiasm. It is up to us to determine our own narrative — one that is alive and true for us.” — Tim Olmsted

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How to meditate

Meditative Experiences? Just Keep Practicing

What I have learned and what Rinpoche emphasizes is that the quality of experience – up or down – is absolutely irrelevant.

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How to meditate

Expectations, You Say?

“Trying harder and putting in that extra bit of exertion was so counterproductive!”

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How to meditate

How Do You Breathe?

If we want to release tension or rumination, we emphasize the exhalation and the gap at the end before the inhalation. If we want to energize, we emphasize the inhale, and the place at the top of the inhale.

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