Tag: mindfulness

RAIN on Blame: A Guided Meditation with Tara Brach

[bells] You know, whatever our habit is, whatever we practice, really does get stronger, the grooves get deeper and it takes a really deep reflection and commitment to practice something different no matter how right you think you are when you’re in conflict no matter how right, it’s still a trance that keeps you in […]

How Heartfulness Meditation Can Change Us Mentally and Spiritually | Daaji

Welcome to Sync Mind. For a Better Experience, Please Use Headphones! In India you need not know the why, what and how of meditation. Most people are aware of it that meditation is a way to spirituality. How to look within? Methods are there, but to explore the methods suitable to oneself is difficult to […]

OSHO: A Freeze Mob and Stop Exercise

Stop Exercise Gurdjieff’s stop exercise was tremendously significant, perhaps one of the greatest contributions to the modern world – and the modern world is not even aware of it. He will tell his disciples to be engaged in all kinds of activities: somebody is digging in the garden, somebody is cutting wood, somebody is preparing […]

OSHO: What Is the Secret of Meditation …

Presents What Is the Secret of Meditation? In my meditation you need not torture yourself in any way. If you love the lotus posture, good; you can sit in it. But Westerners go to India and it takes them six months to learn the lotus posture, and they are torturing themselves so much. And they […]

How to Meditate – Includes Guided Meditation

Hey everybody, it’s Leigh Tremaine. Today I’m going to be talking about how to meditate and why it is important to meditate, and then I will take you through a guided meditation. So first off, what is meditation? I define meditation as the practise of focusing your attention inwards, without the distraction of your thoughts, […]

Keeping Meditation Fresh

Hello. Tashi delek. I would like to share with you about the benefit of changing meditation techniques. Normally, we say don’t always be in one posture, one gaze, and one meditation technique. If you always stay in only one meditation posture too long, it’s no good. Of course, with the body, just in the bodily […]