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What is Meditation?

November 6th, 2020|Categories: Meditation For Healing|

So far we have talked mostly about the effects of meditation. Now it is time to ask the question, “What is meditation and how does it work?” “A candle does not flicker in a windless spot.” This is a description of the state [...]

Living the Meditative Way

October 28th, 2020|Categories: Climb the Joyous Mountain|

It had been a cool morning. Expectedly, there had been a number of phone calls – one from a student who asked if he could make up the meditation class he had missed, one from an older woman who had vague psychological problems, and [...]

Posture & State of Mind

October 23rd, 2020|Categories: Heightened Awareness|

The first thing I want you to do when you get this book is to watch your posture and frequently determine your state of mind. This doesn’t mean to correct your posture. Just be aware of it. Every so often try to determine your [...]

Justin’s Instructional Video Streaming

October 8th, 2020|Categories: News|

  Boost immunity • Increase energy • Find peace T'ai Chi Chih is an evidence-based method for finding inner peace, wellness, joy and better health. Consistent practice keeps you centered, grounded and calm in difficult situations. ••• Join more than 250,000 who have already experienced [...]

Glossary for Meditation For Healing

October 1st, 2020|Categories: Meditation For Healing|

ACUPUNCTURE – Traditional Chinese yin-yang medicine, utilizing needles, massage and moxery (heat carried from outer skin to inner organs). AEON – The longest possible period of time. In India, a kalpa is thought of as an aeon, and it is almost unbelievably long. [...]

Meditation for Healing Chart

October 1st, 2020|Categories: Meditation For Healing|

RELIEF FROM STRESS • Japa (for complete rest due to immersion in non-ego) • Breath-Dhyana (for a trance-state) ENERGIZING • Reverse Meditative Breathing (which directly stimulates the intrinsic energy or Chi) • Nei Kung (which directly stimulates the intrinsic energy or Chi) • [...]

A Few Random Thoughts

September 8th, 2020|Categories: Climb the Joyous Mountain|

We create needs and then struggle to fulfill them, which is like voluntarily placing our ball in the sand trap. ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ Time has always seemed to me to be expansion and contraction. This would account for [...]

Dangers in Meditation

September 1st, 2020|Categories: Meditation For Healing|

Many meditations can be sexually stimulating, arousing the Kundalini force and causing the Chi (intrinsic energy) to flow dramatically. Particularly in Chinese and Japanese meditation, we bring the flow of  life force to the center, two inches below the navel, which is extremely [...]

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