National Meditation Month on May, 2020: what is new in meditation?
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I've heard about X phirience. I don't know more about , just it's a combination of sounds and meditation. It doesn't use brainwaves but special frequencies.However, it's a cd , a product they want to sell.
Also I know that in some spas, modern ones,they put music to meditate as a part of treat.. It's more sounds of the sea than music and it said that your body is vibrating with these sounds. Maybe.
The Billion Dollar Meditation. It's a new and powerful meditation for attracting anything you want. A friend of Jafree and Margot’s used this technique and created $10,000 in 3 days.
Start by relaxing every muscle in your entire body. Imagine a warm, healing energy and light caressing and entering every single cell inside you.
When you are deeply relaxed, repeat the sound “Ahhhhhhhh” out loud, or in your mind.
Then, imagine a golden liquid light running up from the base of your spine, through your heart, and showering out the top of your head.
As it fountains out the crown of your head, the liquid light cascades down over your entire body. You become a fountain of energy, bathing in golden vibrant goodness.
After 7 minutes of bathing in your golden shower, take the remaining time to imagine hundreds of millions of dollars floating down from the clouds above, dumping all over your neighborhood, entering your house, and filling up your room!
Visualize yourself swimming through the money, touching the millions of dollars around you!
Experience the feelings of joy, security, and excitement this money brings to you, but try to feel so whole day, everyday until you'll realise what you want. And it 'll be soon yours.
Recent studies have suggested that months to years of intensive meditation can improve attention and lower stress.
Researchers now believe that in less than one week of meditation practice with the integrative body-mind meditation training method can produce noteworthy improvement in attention and ones' state of mind.
The study of 40 Chinese undergraduates found that participation in 20-minute integrative meditation sessions over 5 days showed greater improvement in attention and overall mood, and lower levels of anxiety, depression, anger and fatigue, compared with students in a control group who participated in relaxation training.
Dr. Yi-Yuan Tang from University of Oregon in Eugene and colleagues report their research in today's issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Meditation for Lowering Blood Pressure.
It's theorized that meditation lowers blood pressure by affecting the part of the nervous system that responds to stress, leading to lowered levels of stress hormones such as cortisol and norepinephrine, relaxing the muscles in your blood vessels and lowering your heart rate. disease.
A study published in January issue of the American Journal of Hypertension compared meditation with health education classes and progressive muscle relaxation (PMR), another stress reduction technique, in 150 African Americans being treated for hypertension.
Researchers at the University of California - Los Angeles (UCLA) report that the practice of mindfulness meditation can halt the decline of CD4-T cells in HIV-positive patients.
Mindfulness meditation is the practice of bringing an open and receptive awareness of the present moment to experiences, avoiding thinking of the past or worrying about the future. It is thought to reduce stress and improve health outcomes in a variety of patient populations.
The newest results from the meditation study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in November, take the concept of meditating a step further and now scientists have more interest in this field.
Researchers at Harvard and Princeton universities are now testing some of the monks on different aspects of their meditation practice.
I also meditate over 30 years and have only benefits from it physical and spiritual and social speaking.
I hope you'll find some interesting thing above.
Are you surprised nutcases are protesting National Prayer Day?
We aren't protesting National Prayer Day. If Christians (or any other religion) want to set aside a day to celebrate prayer, or meditation, or whatever, that's their right.
We're protesting the federal government's requirement that the president endorse the celebration. It is a sectarian religious event, and therefore government involvement is a violation of the establishment clause of the first amendment of the constitution.
By the way, Obama went ahead with the endorsement, even though a federal judge ruled last month that it was a violation of the first amendment. He's actually appealing the decision.
How to loose weight within 3 months or more?
Nowadays you see all those weightloss programs like Weightwatchers coming out and saying that you can eat pizza hamburgers lasagna etc on the diets and still lose weight. And that is completely true. What you eat matters, but how much you eat is even more important.
You first need to find your basal metabolic rate.This is the number of calories your body uses per day to perform its basic, everyday, life sustaining functions such as maintaining liver and kidney function, keeping the heart beating, breathing, etc. Thats what you need to just stay alive. For me that's about 2000. I absolutely need that or I will feel weak and tired and eventually go into starvation mode b4 dying. Then if I'm Sedentary all day, like a desk job,go home ,sleep, I'll multiply my bmr times 1.2 (2000 * 1.2) If I'm lightly active (light exercise after work 1-3 times a week), then I multiply by 1.3. My number is about 1.3. So the amount of calories I need a day just to stay the same weight is 2600.(2000* 1.3).
There's 3500 calories in one pound of fat. There's 7 days in a week. So to lose one pound of fat in a week, you need to create a deficit of 500 calories a day in your body. So if I eat 2100 calories a day, for one week, I will lose one pound of fat.
I've always been a 'why' guy. I need to have a scientific explanation of why something works. And when I began to have weight problems I decided to check out the Internet. OMG. There are literally millions of different ways, means, websites, exercises, pills, teas, books, meditations, Techniques. I even saw a weightloss bubblegum. There's is one commonality in all of them though. And that is the caloric deficit, bmr, and exercise theory. And websites like calorieking.com make it easy. You can find how many calories is in a slice of pizza from pizza hut, dominoes, in a cut of bacon, a happy meal, anything! And I lost weight the healthy way.
There was a guy on National Geographic who ate less than he needs, did martial arts training 3-4 hours a day and was still 400 pounds overweight. They couldn't explain it. But they did find out that his brain had an imprinted mechanism that kept his weight at a preset level; like a thermometer on a thermostat. Genetic coding causes that. Who knows, he could've had Eskimos in his ancestry line. They do need the extra fat. And that code, which was dormant in the parent, could have been activated in him.
To me,there are people who are walking up on stairs. If they step up, they'll go up, step down, they'll go down, stand still they won't go anywhere. There are those on an up escalator. They don't even need to try and they go up. But it is a heck of a lot more difficult to go down. And there are those on the down escalator trying to go up. They need to keep moving just to stay in the same place. And they need some real, consistent, gut wrenching effort, just to move up two steps. But you know what, they all reach the top (eventually). Once there, and you step off that escalator, all the odds are now the same. Who would you say is in the best shape?