Tag Archives: warrior

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Meditation for the Forgotten Ones

As we celebrate the New Year with much fanfare, we often forget about the ones whom we’ve left behind including our fallen warriors (soldiers). While many Americans continue with their daily lives as though nothing has ever happened, a fallen warrior’s family and friends lives will be irreparably changed forever. More importantly, when a loss […]

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Why Are Some People More Resilient Than Others?

Resilience is a person’s ability to “bounce back” from adversities and setbacks — you could call it an individual’s mental, or psychological, fortitude. We all experience stress, trauma, depression, loss, failure, etc… at some point or another. These are considered setbacks because they typically get in the way of our goals to some degree, but […]


Perfecting Your Meditation Posture

When people hear the word, “meditation,” they immediately begin to conjure up images in their mind of people sitting in lotus pose — the quintessential yoga pose, whereby you sit on the floor with your legs crossed over one another and your back up straight, stiff as a board. If you’ve ever tried sitting in […]

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Dealing with PTSD Triggers

If you’ve been following this blog, you probably know a good deal about PTSD — post-traumatic stress disorder — by now. In case you do not, PTSD is a type of psychological disorder that is brought on by a traumatic experience. As you might imagine, veterans are among the most common to suffer from PTSD […]

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Using Meditation to Soften the Pain of Polytrauma

Polytrauma, as the name suggests, is when an individual sustains multiple traumatic injuries, including: hearing loss, loss of limbs, blindness, broken bones, burns… Polytrauma is common among soldiers and those serving our country in the armed forces. It is often the result of injuries from an improvised explosive device or a rocket-propelled grenade. The pain that comes […]