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Think Meditation is a Waste of Time? Here Are 5 Reasons It’s Not

It’s understandable why some people think meditation is a waste of time. When you think of sitting quietly in the dark, thinking about nothing, it doesn’t exactly sound productive. Of course, that’s a generalized stereotype of what meditation is. Sure, you can sit in the dark and think about nothing if that’s the way you […]


Reduce Loneliness and Improve Your Immune System with Meditation

New research shows that meditation can actually reduce your feelings of loneliness while simultaneously boosting your immune system. The study was conducted at the University of California Los Angeles. Researchers had elderly participants take part in an eight-week meditation program, and then they compared blood samples they took from each of them before the program […]


Meditation for Blood Pressure and Heart Health

Meditation has often been thought of as a practice for monks, or even hippies, but chances are, it can benefit you, too. Many Americans suffer from high blood pressure and heart disease. With rising healthcare costs and limited options for effective and inexpensive treatments, meditation to improve blood pressure and the heart is proving an […]


Meditation in the Workplace

Believe it or not, a growing number of employers have introduced and offered meditation at the office to lower stress and aid the wellbeing of their employees. The bottom line is to promote health through meditation, and alleviate the adverse effects of stress and its associated rising health care costs. (more…)


Meditation Benefits on the Immune System

Staying well means being well, and being well takes a lot of key ingredients including diet, exercise, low stress and positive mental health. It’s not always easy to balance these, as stress can wreak havoc on our bodies, making it harder to maintain a sense of wellness.  Stress lowers the immune system’s ability to function, […]


Imagery Increases Muscle Strength

Researchers from the Centre of Research and Innovation in Sport, at the University Claude Bernard and the University of Lyon in Villeurbanne, France, examined whether mental imagery (MI) training can increase muscle strength, especially when movements are under the control of large cortical areas in the primary motor cortex. (It has already been well established that it improves motor […]

Ingenuity Meets Compassion – New Video

Please Check out this exciting cutting-edge video, which provides simple solutions for Sustainability, Wellness, Abundance, Love and Eco-friendly meditations. Watch now! Click here:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7lRGc8BeCQ (more…)