Meditation is often defined as thinking continuously about one object of thought. We often get stuck on this definition, however, and lose the real purpose of meditation. Meditation must reveal the true nature of that object upon which we are meditating. Such revelation comes not as a thought, but as a feeling. Therefore, meditation is a process in which we shift from thinking to feeling. It is a journey from the complexity of mind to the simplicity of heart. It is for this reason that most methods of meditation involve the heart.......
What is the ABC of stress reduction? This question takes us to the root cause of stress, and the one effective way out of it. The very root of stress is really the lack...Read More
The beings seen in my pictures are symbols of Higher Spirits helping human beings to evolve and to become more conscious. They first appeared in my meditations. The caps on their heads are open...Read More
KAMLESH D. PATEL explains how the second law of thermodynamics plays out in our relationships, leading to disintegration and breakdown, and shares with us the inputs needed to overcome entropy, bringing stability and harmony....Read More
Sit comfortably and close your eyes very softly and very gently. Let’s begin with the toes. Wiggle your toes. Now feel them relax. Relax your ankles and feet. Feel energy move up from the...Read More
About Elizabeth CrichtonElizabeth Crichton lives in Sydney, Australia, and is now retired after an active and varied career. The foundation of her life is an inner one, based on meditation. Love of nature and...Read More
Invite your friends or your parents or grandparents to come for a walk with you somewhere in Nature. First read the story aloud together wherever you go – in a garden or a park,...Read More
Welcome to the Real World. It doesn’t matter how old you are. If you are in high school, college or you are a young adult, the decisions you make now are as real as...Read More