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Meditation and Qigong Mastery

Author : Ricardo B. Serrano
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A guide for healing, inner happiness and spiritual awakening by activating and developing your lightbodyThe first book Meditation and Qigong Mastery elaborates on the meditation and Qigong principles that masters use to activate and develop their lightbodies, also called EMF (electromagnetic fields), Wei Qi or merkaba, which is the missing mastery principle not discussed by eastern authors in their meditation and Qigong books. Omkabah heart lightbody activation and Maitreya (Shiva) Shen Gong are introduced. Quotations on inner mastery by meditation masters are included to guide the readers toward the path of inner mastery. Powerful mantras are also included to unite the meditation practitioners to the spiritual divine energy of the ancient lineage of the Siddha and Buddhist Masters. Lastly, the merkaba energy ball of light with holographic sound healing is taught for healing and spiritual awakening.

Meditation The Complete Guide

Author : Patricia Monaghan
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Describes techniques from a wide variety of traditions, including shamanism, yoga, Taoism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, and biofeedback

Qigong Meditation

Author : Jwing-Ming Yang
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This book presents the foundation theoretical theory for the two most popular methods of meditation, Small Circulation and Grand Circulation.

Qigong Basics

Author : Ellae Elinwood
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Qigong Basics contains everything you need to get started mastering the ancient Chinese art of qigong. Features of this Qigong book include: The Origins of qigong—the philosophy, history, and different styles What really happens in a qigong class—choosing the style, teacher, and class best suited to your needs The essential elements—breathing, stances, grounding, expansions, and medication How to complement your qigong training with meditation and qi exercises Effective ways to promote health and well-being through specific sequences Resources that can help you improve faster Wheter your considering taking up qigong, or you've already started, Qigong Basics offers an easy, yet comprehensive introduction to everything you need to know to feel confident and be successful.

Psychology of Meditation

Author : Dr. Akbar Husain
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Meditation is the essence of spiritual life. It is our mental attitude which brings in thoughts and shows us a positive outlook of life. Lots of patience is required to perform meditation. So everyone of us should do mediation to maintain positive attitude towards life. Performing mediation during stressful times in our life will make a big difference. There are many methods of meditation to keep the mind strong and for spiritual discipline. There has been a dramatic increase in the past 20 years on the impact of meditation upon one's health. There are various potential positive effects such as brain activity during meditation, brain waves during meditation, meditation and perception, sleep and elevation of positive emotions and outcomes, and positive behavior have been noted in the previous studies. In this book authors have reported a number of research based on various styles of meditation techniques: Insight meditation, Kundalini yoga meditation, Integrative body-mind training, Mantra Meditation, Non-referential compassion meditation, Mental Silence, Transcendental Meditation, Muraqabah and Tasbih meditation. Relaxation and different meditation techniques including bio-feedback, shavasana, vipasana, sudarshan kriyas, devotional songs etc. are of immense use in maintaining positive mental health. This book focuses on the relevance of psychology of meditation as a practical solution to improve the health-related quality life. We think meditative techniques suggested in this book are genuine in the sense that believers usually experience it. Readers may see what the general path is and the content this book reflects. It generates meaningful solutions of the physical, social , emotional, mental, and spiritual problems. This book will be useful for the students of psychology, social work and health caregivers.

Principles and Practice of Stress Management Fourth Edition

Author : Paul M. Lehrer
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The leading clinical reference and text on stress management has now been significantly revised with 60% new material reflecting key developments in the field. Foremost experts review the "whats," "whys," and "how-tos" of progressive relaxation, biofeedback, meditation, hypnosis, cognitive methods, and other therapies. Chapters describe each method's theoretical foundations, evidence base, procedures, applications, and contraindications. Assessment and implementation are illustrated with extensive case examples. The volume examines the effects of stress on both mind and body, from basic science to practical implications for everyday life and health care. New to This Edition *Greatly expanded evidence base--every method is now supported by controlled clinical research. *Advances in knowledge about stress and the brain are integrated throughout. *Chapter on children and adolescents. *Chapter on selecting the best methods for individual patients. *Chapter on hyperventilation and carbon dioxide biofeedback. *Chapter on neuroinflammation.

Meditation over Medication

Author : Ravi K. Puri Ph.D.
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“This book is an eye-opener for those who are not interested in the practice of meditation. Dr. Puri‘s life long journey on spiritual endeavor and his expertise in pharmaceutical sciences provide persuasive and realistic views to daily meditation. Scientific validations in support of meditation are commendable.” — (Toshihiko Ezashi, DVM, Ph.D. Senior Scientist, Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine, Colorado.) “Dr. Puri has written this book to accentuate the importance of meditation. He has done an excellent job in illustrating the significance of meditation in modern life. He has also demystified any doubts, inhibition or myth people may have about meditation. This book is a compassionate gift to all who read it.” — (Linda Castillon, Transcendental Meditation Teacher, St. Louis, & Cape Girardeau, MO). “I got the opportunity of going through the manuscript of Meditation over Medication. I am a ravenous reader and sincerely enjoyed reading it. A highly informative book. Dr Puri has given a clear look into the mind and body and the benefits of Meditation including its pits and falls by combining his knowledge of science and spirituality. A manual to assist the reader towards better health and happiness. Bravo.” — (Cynthia Neff, Regional Sales Director, Holiday Inn & Suites, Columbia, MO). “Well-researched and understandable even by those unfamiliar with the subject. I highly recommend this book to anyone seeking more information on the benefits and side-effects of meditation.” — (Elizabeth Davis, News Paper Columnist and Free Lance Editor, Booneville, MO).


Author : Messenger K.Hezekiah Scipio,
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Meditation helps with lowering high blood pressure, stress reduction, treatment for anxiety, depression, all forms of pain: backaches, muscle pain, joint aches, post-operative pain, neck, arm and leg pain, according to Benson, H., MD, Harvard University professor emeritus, cardiologist, pioneer researcher, developer of the Relaxation Response, and co-founder of Benson-Henry Institute For Mind/Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. "Hindu or other Eastern religious traditions that practice meditation have certain words or mantras...many Westerners, and especially those committed to a form of Christianity or Judaism, are reluctant to use these terms...the use of the mantra, which may include the names of Hindu gods, may actually have a negative effect and cause more unrest and anxiety than peace of mind if you don't believe them" " (Beyond the Relaxation Response, p. 107). This book presents biblical alternative to nonbiblical meditation. Getting a copy will be a profitable lifelong investment.

Qigong Through the Seasons

Author : Ronald H. Davis
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Within the holistic framework of the Daoist way, Ronald H. Davis provides a comprehensive and straightforward guide to the principles and practice of actively living in harmony with the seasonal energetic changes throughout the year. The program focuses on the importance of Qigong, meditation, and diet to support good mental and physical health. The author includes clear explanations of the theory underlying this approach to a healthy life, including the Five Phases of Change (Five Elements) of Chinese Medicine, the body's Qi system of channels and reservoirs, and the concept of chronobiology. For each season he provides a Qigong specific for the season, meditations, herbal information, and dietary recommendations with simple recipes to support the functions of the organ in focus in that season. This accessible program of Qigong for the seasons will be of interest to anyone seeking a healthy life, students of Qigong at any level, and the seasonal emphasis makes this an excellent quick reference for Qigong teachers.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Author : Chun-Su Yuan
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The authors of the Textbook of Complementary and Alternative Medicine present practitioners, physicians, and allied health workers with detailed material for a wide ranging understanding of what Traditional Chinese Medicine can offer.