• Qigong - healing exercises

    Did you know that physicians now agree that over 70% of disease and illness is stress related and preventable through specific physical and mental exercises?

    Literally millions practice Qigong in China and around the world each day to successfully treat diseases ranging from hypertension to cancer. Outwardly, Wuji Qigong is an exercise and stretching system, focusing on synchronizing the breath with slow movements and guided visualizations. Upon deeper study, the transformative, healing benefits of this personal healthcare practice becomes apparent.

  • Quite Amazing

    I have come across the most amazing all in one statistics. Go and have a look at this. Some of it is quite scary!

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  • Quotation

    It is a golden maxim to cultivate the garden for the nose, and the eyes will take care of themselves.

    Robert Louis Stevenson

     

  • The role of acupressure in EFT

    Emotional Freedom Technique or EFT is a contemporary meridian-based energy therapy, which makes use of acupressure points as a relief from negative emotional energy. With the help of EFT you apply pressure on certain body parts to release tension and eliminate the root cause of all fears.

    Phobia, fears and anxieties ruin the quality of your life. Underlying irrational fear eats up your vital energy making you feel loose and unenthusiastic. It is at this point, you can turn to acupressure phobia treatment for that drastic change in your thoughts and behaviors. Just switch on the pressure points and feel the vigor of positive energy flowing through your veins.

  • How EFT Works

    HOW EFT WORKS
    EFT is based on a revolutionary new discovery that violates most of the beliefs within conventional psychology. It contends that the cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy system. With remarkable consistency, EFT relieves symptoms by an unusual (but scientific) routine of tapping with the fingertips on a short series of points on the body that correspond to acupuncture points on the energy meridians. Where there is an imbalance, there is a corresponding blockage in the flow of energy through the meridian system.

    The tapping serves to release the blockages that are created when a person thinks about or becomes involved in an emotionally disturbing circumstance. When this blockage is released, the emotions come into balance. Once balanced, the person cannot get upset about the circumstance no matter how hard they try. The memory remains but the charge is gone. Typically, the result is lasting and the person's awareness usually changes in a positive way as a natural result of the healing.

    Most energetic imbalances may be partially or completely relieved within a short time using this process. Others may be relieved through repetition of the process. Some examples of energetic patterns that have been successfully cleared using EFT:

    Fears related to performance like public speaking, concentration, sports, etc.

    Phobias like the fear of heights, flying, enclosed spaces, driving, etc.

    Emotional trauma from war experiences, physical abuse, etc.

    Disturbing emotions like depression and anger.

    Emotions related to addictive patterns like eating and smoking

    Insomnia

    Emotions related to physical conditions.

  • What Is EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)?

    The Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is a group of powerful processes that can help just about anyone to achieve genuine freedom from the emotions that have created problems in their lives. These techniques have been described by some as one of the most important breakthroughs in the area of psychology in this century. They have been used successfully with thousands of people with a broad range of difficulties.

    EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is becoming known to many amazed users as a "modern miracle." It can dramatically relieve emotional disturbances along with many physical symptoms. It often works in minutes, its results are usually long lasting, and side effects are almost always positive.

    More Soon.

  • EFT

    I have been studying EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) for a quite few weeks now and I have got to say this is one of the most effective methods of finding the link between our physical and our emotions. I will be writing up regular reports and information on different techniques involving this method.

  • We Are Back!

    After what some would call a lull in the postings on this Blog, we are now back!

    We shall be having new reports, new info and follow ups on material that is presently being studied.

    Stay tuned! ;)

  • Thought of The Day

    It is not enough to have a good mind. The main thing is to use it well.

    Rene Descartes

  • 4 Powerful Reasons to Meditate and How To Get Started

    Meditation is the art of silencing the mind. When the mind is silent, concentration is increased and we experience inner peace in the midst of worldly turmoil. This elusive inner peace is what attracts so many people to meditation and is a quality everyone can benefit from.
    What are the Benefits of Meditation?

    I’ve been meditating twice a day for the past 9 years because I enjoy it. It may seem strange, but I feel happiest when sitting in perfect silence. The experience is difficult to express in words. It is akin to the “peace that passeth understanding”. It is also true that every meditation is not the same. Sometimes meditation is a struggle to control the mind, while at other times it feels effortless.

    These are some of the benefits of meditation:

    1. Improved concentration - A clear mind makes you more productive, especially in creative disciplines like writing.
    2. Less bothered by little things - Do you sometimes allow yourself to get upset by little things? It is the nature of the mind to magnify small things into serious problems. Meditation helps us detach. We learn to live in the here and now, rather than worrying about the past or future. We do not worry about meaningless things, but see the bigger picture.
    3. Better Health - There have been numerous studies pointing to the health benefits of meditation. The reason is that meditation reduces stress levels and alleviates anxiety. If we can reduce stress, many health benefits follow.
    4. Knowledge of Self - Meditation enables us to have a deeper understanding of our inner self. Through meditation we can gain a better understanding of our life’s purpose.

    Is Meditation Religious?

    The great thing about meditation is that our philosophy/religious belief is not important. Meditation is about consciousness. The beliefs of the mind become trivial. We dive deep into the heart of the matter to gain access to our soul - our inner reality. Therefore, mediation can (and is ) practised by people of different religions or no religion.

    But I don’t have time To Meditate

    Many people like the idea of meditation, but feel they don’t have enough time. When you really want to do something you can find time. Get up earlier or watch 30 minutes less TV. Meditation requires an investment of time, but clearing the mind makes the the rest of the day more productive. Nothing is better than the feeling of inner peace. What is the point in being tremendously busy but unable to enjoy it? Meditation is not about retreating from the world; it gives us inspiration. Whatever you do, if you have peace of mind, your work will be more enjoyable and productive.
    How To Meditate

    Like anything worthwhile, meditation requires practice. To get the most from meditation you need to do it every day. This requires a place and time where you will not be disturbed.

    1. Sit with a straight back. Don’t try to meditate lying down because you are likely to fall asleep. Meditation brings relaxation and peace but at the same time this is a dynamic peace. Meditation is quite different than the relaxation of sleep. When we really meditate, we are fully alert and conscious. Our sense of awareness is heightened. Afterwards you’ll have a positive feeling for the world and a renewed sense of dynamism.
    2. Don’t eat before meditating. After a heavy meal your body will be lethargic with digestion.
    3. It is not necessary to mediate in the lotus posture. It is fine to meditate in a chair, as long as the back is straight.
    4. It is helpful to take a shower before meditating.
    5. Burning incense and having a candle are not necessary, but they can add a little extra inspiration.
    6. It is good to meditate early in the morning. It is said the best time is 3am, although, I feel it is more important to be awake and not sleepy, I meditate at 6.30am.

    One Pointed Concentration

    However you learn to meditate, you must learn to concentrate on one thing at a time. Usually, the mind tries to hold several different thoughts and ideas at once. When you sit down to meditate for the first time, you realize how cluttered the mind is. Mediation teachers have described the mind as a “mad monkey”. However, the mind can be tamed and forced to concentrate on a single thought.

    One helpful technique is concentrating on a candle flame. Narrow your gaze to the small tip and block out all other thoughts. When you get distracted, go back to focusing on the candle flame. You can also use other objects like a small dot or flower. The important thing is that you concentrate only on one thing at a time.

    Mantra

    Another way to learn concentration is through the use of mantra. A mantra is the repetition of a sacred word. For example, you might repeat the mantra AUM a certain number of times. Repeating a mantra forces the mind to focus on a single thought.

    Silent Mind

    After you’ve practised concentration and learned to focus on one thing at a time, you can proceed to the next stage: no thought at all. Achieving a silent mind is difficult, but when to attain it the experience is powerful. A technique I advise is viewing your thoughts as separate from your self. When a thought appears, make a conscious decision to throw it out of your mind. Over time you realize that you are capable of allowing or rejecting thoughts. Your real “I” is not a collection of thoughts, but something far deeper. This is the most significant realization of meditation - that you do not have to be a slave to your thoughts.

    Through meditation, you attain the power to control your thoughts, and on occasion stop them completely. Don’t be discouraged if you can’t attain a silent mind straight away. It takes time and practice. There is nothing really else to it; meditation is a simple and spontaneous action. Unfortunately, our mind is used to complication and it takes time to unlearn bad habits.

    post written by Tejvan Pettinger.

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