This Centering Meditation mp3 (below) is from the first time I had a meditation session recorded (about 1.5 years ago). It involves a visualization technique. Wow, was I nervous! About half way through my voice finally starts to get calmer 🙂 This the 1st of 4 recordings from session, is a Centering Meditation. It is […]
Totally Meditation – About Us
Imagine yourself sailing through each day filled with serenity and calm, regardless of how stressful things become.
Imagine going for health checkups and your doctor being impressed at how much your blood pressure has come down.
Imagine being able to think more clearly and feel less anxious. To be able to let go of the past more easily, not worry about the future and just ‘be’ – right here, right now, enjoying the moment.
All of these benefits can come from practicing meditation on a regular basis.
Meditation doesn’t belong to any one specific religion or belief system, nor is it necessary to be flexible enough to sit cross legged on a yoga mat. You may be surprised to know that it can be done sitting in a chair, or even lying in bed.
You don’t need to sit for hours on end, blocking out the world in order for it to be effective. You don’t need to have any particular religious view.
Learning how to meditate and put it into practise is surprisingly easy and the benefits that come from even a small amount of time spent meditating each day can be enormous. There are many types of meditation styles and techniques. You’re sure to find one here to suit your circumstances and lifestyle. Meditation Classes through Totally Meditation are simple and easy to understand, respectful and accepting of all religious, spiritual and personal beliefs.
If you’re new to meditation, I’d suggest you check out the great tips for beginners on the Start Here page. This site is designed to be a trusted, reliable source of information, resources and products for everyone starting out on their meditation journey. My wish for you is that you find at least one meditation style that works well for you. I invite you to come and explore!
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Tailoring Your Meditation Classes for Those with Aspergers Syndrome: A Resource for Teachers Asperger’s Syndrome is traditionally regarded as a developmental issue and is classed as a ‘high functioning’ autism spectrum disorder. Some people, however, argue that Aspergers is not so much a disorder, but is in fact a different […]
Meditation and Aspergers Syndrome: Modify Meditation to Suit Your Needs Meditation and mindfulness. They’re important in today’s hectic world where we never seem to get a minute to enjoy peace and quiet and give our minds a rest. More and more studies are exploring and outlining the benefits of a […]
The Washington Post recently ran an interesting article chronicling the study of one Sara Lazar, a neuroscientist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Her study looked at the effects of meditation on the brain. In conversations with the Washington Post, Lazar revealed that she had first started to […]
We’ve talked a lot about the relationship between meditation and pain and the valuable role that mindfulness plays in the equation. However, we have yet to delve into the research behind the relationship between mediation and pain management. We thought we would take some time to look at some of […]