Buddhist meditation
Buddhist meditation refers to the meditative practices associated with the religion and philosophy of Buddhism.Core meditation techniques have been preserved in ancient Buddhist texts and have prolife...
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Studies Confirm “Sound Therapy” Heals Arthritis, Cancer, Tinnitus, Autoimmune Disease and More Using Vibrational Frequencies :: The JB Bardot Archives
Sound healing is the practice of using audio tones and vibrational frequencies to repair damaged tissue and cells within the …
How to use mindfulness at work
Open your mind. Beyond being an increasingly popular practice for top executives and celebrities, mindfulness meditation is scientifically proven to increase memory and awareness and reduce stress and...
Harvard neuroscientist: Meditation not only reduces stress, here’s how it changes your brain
Meditation's benefits may derive from its impact on the shape of the brain, thickening parts associated with mind-wandering, memory and compassion, and shrinking the fear center
7 Fun Ways To Teach Your Kids Mindfulness
I taught a mindfulness class at my daughters’ elementary school this week. Unsurprisingly, the kids taught me way more than I taught them. While I was doing research to develop the class, I came upon ...
"Just Breathe" by Julie Bayer Salzman & Josh Salzman (Wavecrest Films)
he inspiration for “Just Breathe” first came about a little over a year ago when I overheard my then 5-year-old son talking with his friend about how emotions affect different regions of the brain, an...
Singing bowl
Charging water in a tibetan singing bowl... Water does have a memory, and can be energized... I show this by how the water will respond... Notice howlong it ...
Satipatthana Sutta
The Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta (MN 10) (Sanskrit: Smṛtyupasthāna Sūtra स्मृत्युपस्थान सूत्र, Chinese: 念處經; The Discourse on the Establishing of Mindfulness) and the Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutta (DN 22) (The Great D...
Tantra techniques (Vajrayana)
Tantra techniques in Vajrayana Buddhism are techniques used to attain Buddhahood.
Vajrayana partially relies on various tantric techniques rooted in scriptures such as tantras and various tantric ...
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Tibetan Buddhism
Tibetan Buddhism is the body of Buddhist religious doctrine and institutions characteristic of Tibet, Mongolia, Tuva, Bhutan, Kalmykia and certain regions of the Himalayas, including northern Nepal, ...
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Vajrayana
Vajrayāna (Sanskrit: वज्रयान, Bengali: বজ্রযান) is also known as Tantric Buddhism, Tantrayāna, Mantrayāna, Secret Mantra, Esoteric Buddhism and the Diamond Way or Thunderbolt Way. The Lama an...
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Mindfulness (psychology)
Mindfulness is "the intentional, accepting and non-judgmental focus of one's attention on the emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment", which can be trained by meditational p...
Studies Confirm “Sound Therapy” Heals Arthritis, Cancer, Tinnitus, Autoimmune Disease and More Using Vibrational Frequencies :: The JB Bardot Archives
Sound healing is the practice of using audio tones and vibrational frequencies to repair damaged tissue and cells within the …
How to use mindfulness at work
Open your mind. Beyond being an increasingly popular practice for top executives and celebrities, mindfulness meditation is scientifically proven to increase memory and awareness and reduce stress and...
Kapotāsana
Kapotasana (Sanskrit: कपोतासन; IAST: Kapotāsana) or Pigeon Pose is an asana.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words kapota (कपोत) meaning "pigeon" and asana (आसन) meaning "posture" or "seat".
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Halasana
Halasana (hah-LAH-sah-nah; Sanskrit: हलासन; IAST: Halāsana) or Plow Pose is an asana.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words hala (हला) meaning "plow" and asana (आसन) meaning "posture" or "sea...
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Xita (Shenyang)
Xita (Chinese: 西塔; pinyin: Xitǎ) or West Pagoda is a Tibetan Buddhist temple, located in Heping District, Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China. It was built in 1640-1645 during the Qing Dynasty...
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Anuttarayoga Tantra
Anuttarayoga Tantra (Sanskrit, Tibetan: bla na med pa'i rgyud), often translated as Unexcelled Yoga Tantra or Highest Yoga Tantra, is a term used in Tibetan Buddhism in the categorization of esoteric ...
Samatha
Samatha (Pāli), (Sanskrit: शमथ, śamatha is the Buddhist practice (bhavana) of the calming of the mind (citta) and its 'formations' (sankhara). This is done by practicing single-pointed meditation mos...
Pavanamuktasana
Pavanamuktasana, Wind-Relieving Pose, Wind Removing Pose, or Wind Liberating Pose is an asana.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words pavan meaning "wind", mukta meaning "relieve" and asana (आसन) ...
Bardo
The Tibetan word bardo (བར་དོ་ Wylie: bar do) means literally "intermediate state"—also translated as "transitional state" or "in-between state" or "liminal state". In Sanskrit the concept has the na...
Beyul
Beyul (Tibetan: སྦས་ཡུལ, Wylie: sbas-yul) are hidden valleys encompassing hundreds of square kilometers which Padmasambhava blessed as refuges according to the beliefs of the Nyingma school o...
Dhyāna in Buddhism
Dhyāna (Sanskrit; Devanagari: ध्यान) or Jhāna (झान) (Pāli) means meditation in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. In Buddhism, it is a series of cultivated states of mind, which lead to "state of perfect...
Gomukhāsana
Gomukhasana (goh-moo-KHA-sah-nah; Sanskrit: गोमुखासन; IAST: Gomukhāsana) or Cow Face Pose is an asana.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words Go (गो, Go) meaning "cow", Mukha (मुख, mukha) mean...
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Spirit Rock Meditation Center
Spirit Rock Meditation Center, commonly called Spirit Rock, is a meditation center in Woodacre, CA. It focuses on the teachings of the Buddha as presented in the vipassana, or Insight Meditation, tr...
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Samadhi
Samadhi (Sanskrit: समाधि, [səˈmaːd̪ʱi]), also called samāpatti, in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and yogic schools is meditative absorption, attained by the practice of dhyāna. In samadhi the m...
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