Gone are the days when you could pick a meditator out of the crowd based on their clothing, hairstyle, or profession.
Browsing: Health and Wellness
One of the greatest parts of my job is reading personal experiences – each one makes me smile! For those of you who aren’t scouring the Twittersphere like I am, here are some highlights. I hope they make you smile, too!
The Winter Blues Are Unwelcome In My Apartment: How To Feel Like It’s June In December And Stay Happy Year Round
Got a “a habit of suffering with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or the winter blues?” Dr. Norman Rosenthal and BeatTheWinterBlues.info advise on staying cheerful this winter. There is no better way to get ahead than to start, so don’t wait until you’re in the grips of SAD to take steps to be happy!
“I was in my residence for 20 years and evicted… and found myself, in a matter of months, homeless and living on the street…”
Bob Roth speaks on the Transcendental Meditation technique and the work of the David Lynch Foundation at Google Zeitgeist in Phoenix, Arizona
You don’t need a “meditation room” to meditate, but sometimes it’s hard to find a place when your life is go go go. Here are some ideas to help you out, no matter where you find yourself.
Halfway through a year committed to exercising every day and healthy eating, Heather Serody realized something was missing from her routine. She was taking great care of her body, but what about her mind?
No need to worry about losing your “edge”. Those who practice the TM technique are finding it does quite the opposite – improving focus and creativity. Charles Wallace of the Financial Times discusses his own experience with stress and meditation.
There are many different meditations being practiced today, but different meditations have different methods, practices, and results. Let’s not compare apples to oranges. In 1 minutes and 31 seconds, renowned psychiatrist Norman Rosenthal explains the difference between the TM technique and Mindfulness Meditation.
In a segment aired on Washington D.C.’s NBC4 News, WWII veteran Jerry Yellin and psychologist Norman Rosenthal discuss their experience with the TM technique and PTSD.