Mediums world

Where can you meditate? Do you need to have a quiet place free from all distractions and noises or can you actually meditate anywhere, anytime, any place?  Many people live in crowded cities or areas where it’s busy.  Does that mean that they can’t meditate?  Is it possible to meditate even when there’s cacophonous noise all around you?  I say it is.

Let me share this story with you.  Many years ago I went to my wife’s high school reunion.  I didn’t know many people from her high school because I had grown up in a completely different area.  So while I didn’t know many people and she knew just about everyone, she obviously wanted to meet up and enjoy conversation with her friends.  She wanted to spend time with her friends, reconnecting. Continue reading “Mediums world”

How To Meditate Anywhere

Where can you meditate? Do you need to have a quiet place free from all distractions and noises or can you actually meditate anywhere, anytime, any place?  Many people live in crowded cities or areas where it’s busy.  Does that mean that they can’t meditate?  Is it possible to meditate even when there’s cacophonous noise all around you?  I say it is.

Let me share this story with you.  Many years ago I went to my wife’s high school reunion.  I didn’t know many people from her high school because I had grown up in a completely different area.  So while I didn’t know many people and she knew just about everyone, she obviously wanted to meet up and enjoy conversation with her friends.  She wanted to spend time with her friends, reconnecting.  We were in a room with a band playing and many people talking and laughing.  I was sitting there quietly and Continue reading “How To Meditate Anywhere”

Meditation for Relaxation—Creating a Quiet Place

  1. Choose a room, corner, or alcove that is quiet, private, comfortable, and not too dark or too light. If you are just designating part of an area as your mediation space, use screens or objects to separate your special place from the rest of the room.
  2. Get rid of all clutter, and fill your mediation space with different tools that help you to relax and concentrate. Candles, incense, and aromatherapy sprays and oils help to create a calm, peaceful atmosphere. Include a CD player or TV if you’re going to listen to music or follow along to instructional CDs and DVDs.
  3. Make your meditation space feel unique and sacred by placing special objects such as pictures, icons, and books on a table with a cloth draped over it. Remember, too many objects will add clutter and distract from your purpose.

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