Video -Two interesting clips are borrowed from the BBC’s series “Weird Nature” about certain animals’ appetite for psychedelic plants.
Paul Cavel – “You cannot fully and completely develop one aspect of meditation, in body, mind or energy, without all other skills being developed in tandem.”
Video – Instruction on the technique of tapping on acupressure points to relieve stress and allow you to think more clearly.
Video – The syllable and sound “Om” is a vital part of the science of yoga. It’s a tool, a phenomenon, a mystery.
Video – Terence McKenna talks up some experiential wisdom on the difference between meditation and psychedelics…
Video – A talk to help you realize how easy it is to take better care of the mind and maximize its and your potential.
Film – How do we create an intelligent dialog with the creative force of the Universe to allow us to experience a Quantum leap in our own intelligence?
Video – Dan Harris explains the neuroscience behind meditation and makes some strong predictions about the role that meditation will play in society.
Video – Learning how to fully relax all of the muscles in your body is the focus of this meditation.
Video – These videos will take you through the process of awakening the Kundalini energy.
Video – Try this 2-minute anywhere, anytime and even in the middle of anything.
Brandon West, Contributor Waking Times Learning how to meditate is the most important thing that we can do while we are alive. It is our greatest asset on the road to self-realization, inner peace, personal and spiritual mastery, and embodying our highest potential. As a great Indian Sage once said, “That is real which never […]
Lance Schuttler, Personable Media Waking Times We live in a world today where the idea of group power is being rekindled and where it’s momentum is gathering. Humanity as a whole is remembering that it is thoughts and actions of kindness, honesty and equality for all that create positive change. One initiative that is expanding […]
Soren Dreier, Guest Waking Times I touched upon The Golden Cave, as being the realm of the inner Core that we have. I would like to go further into that. Caves with wonderful treasures have attracted explorers and bounty hunters throughout time. The idea of wonderful treasures of ancient and more present times is very persistent […]
Christina Sarich, Natural Society Waking Times Can mindfulness practice (meditation) help vanquish mental disorders? According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 7.7 million Americans suffer from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder – approximately 3.3% of the US population when combined. Of these, approximately 40% of the individuals with schizophrenia and 51% of those with bipolar are untreated […]
Dallas Brown, The Chopra Center Waking Times The reasons we meditate are as varied as the many ways there are to meditate. In the West, most people are drawn to meditation to quiet the internal chatter of the brain and to reduce stress. Meditation is, indeed, a very effective stress reducer, but its benefits—sometimes mysteriously […]
Anna Lemind, Guest Waking Times The results of a study conducted with the use of Wim Hof method suggest that a person can learn to consciously control his immune responses. Wim Hof is a Dutch world record holder who is famous worldwide for his ability to resist cold. For this incredible invulnerability to cold, he was […]
Brandon West, Contributor Waking Times Sit until the world becomes still. There is a quote that Wayne Dyer uses frequently by a man named Blaise Pascal which goes: “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.” Isn’t that the truth. In life things always seem to go wrong when we […]