“I’ve been meditating for over 20 years. Often I’m asked what type. I don’t know what type. It’s a hybrid form of Mindfulness, Prayer, and Heart Rhythm. Here are articles on the various types of meditation. At the end of the day, all that matters is that your mind is cleared and reset.” – Kevy Michaels
Thousands of people have begun the journey of personal health.
To achieve the maximum level of health one must eat well, exercise regularly, and improve their mental well-being. People struggle most often to improve their mental well-being because it is the most ambiguous and hardest to see tangible results.
Meditation is the best way to mentally reduce stress and develop an air of peace and tranquility.
The following are our seven favorite types of meditation: – Read More
Meditation may be an ancient tradition, but it’s still practiced in cultures all over the world to create a sense of calm and inner harmony. Although the practice has ties to many different religious teachings, meditation is less about faith and more about altering consciousness, finding awareness, and achieving peace. These days, with the greater need to reduce stress in the midst of our busy schedules and demanding lives, meditation is increasing in popularity. Although there isn’t a right or wrong way to meditate, it’s important to find a practice that meets your needs and complements your personality.
There are six popular types of meditation practice:
- mindfulness meditation
- spiritual meditation
- focused meditation
- movement meditation
- mantra meditation
- transcendental meditation
Not all meditation styles are right for everyone. These practices require different skills and mindsets. How do you know which practice is right for you? “It’s what feels comfortable and what you feel encouraged to practice,” says Mira Dessy, a meditation author and holistic nutritionist.
Keep reading to learn more about the different types of meditation and how to get started. – Continue Reading
Essential Prayers of World Religions
“This is a very interesting article because it lists the Essential Prayers of five different religions, and it provides the translation.” – Kevy Michaels
Buddhism: The Refuge Prayer
Christianity: The Lord’s Prayer
Islam: The Fatiha
Hinduism: The Gayatri Mantra
Judaism: The Shema