Essays on Meditation
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Mindfulness meditation is imbued with centuries of Buddhist tradition and philosophy. Based on Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Mindfulness-Based Stress reduction method, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) was created by Zindel Segal, Mark Williams, and John Teasdale. Mindfulness has received a great deal of popularity in the therapeutic environment...
It is normal for one to be anxious before and after undergoing a serious medical procedure or receiving a life-altering medical diagnosis. But, these feelings should not have the power to affect the outcomes of these events, right? As it turns out, they very well...
Abstract Meditation is becoming more and more popular in many western countries around the world. The practice has a deep history and roots originating from the religions of Hinduism and Buddhism (Kume, 2018.) The term “meditation” is now used to describe a large number of...
On average, ten million people around the world undertake a form of meditation practice per day (BBC, 2017). In Australia, about one in six adults practice meditation (Pascoe, 2018). The purpose of meditation is different for each individual. The aim of meditation is to attain...
Waking up in the middle of the night (or in the middle of a sleep cycle) and being unable to fall back asleep is a common sleep disorder called insomnia. If you’re experiencing long stretches of any kind of insomnia, you’ll first want to schedule...
Sometimes we find ourselves lost in our own head or even stressed from issues we face on a daily basis. We’re constantly thinking and sometimes it can be pretty overwhelming. Quiet and Peace of the mind should be something that everyone should be able to...