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Both started reading Buddhist texts and meditating, before joining the Cardiff Buddhist Centre about four years ago, where they met operations director John James.
The final step, that of actually meditating, is when we let go of our concentration tool or technique and, moving inwards to an even deeper level, begin the observation or witnessing of our own internal spontaneous process.
But I have been meditating for years, and not just my navel, so I probably have a big one.
Today, try reading God's Word, meditating on the truth, meeting the challenges, and living by the promises.
His clothes were found near where he had been meditating.
The meditation novices showed only a slight increase in gamma wave activity while meditating, but some of the monks produced gamma wave activity more powerful than any previously reported in a healthy person, Davidson said.
I figured sitting in a poetry class was as good as sitting in a church pew, meditating on how to deepen self-understanding, how to listen to matters of the heart, how to find truth and beauty in life.
The effect of his dancing is akin to the sight of chanting, meditating monks.
They set out through the streets of Paris, praying, sometimes singing the Rosary--holding up traffic for up to four hours--and meditating on particular themes suggested by the organizing group, centred on penance and conversion.
Other research has shown that meditating students handle stress better, are happier, have higher test scores, less anxiety, and less substance abuse.
STOCKHOLM -- Red drapes billow from the ceiling, tea lights flicker in front of an altar and chants play softly, an unusual setting in Sweden's highest security prison and the men meditating are hardened convicts.
When researchers from the Center for Natural Medicine and Prevention at the College of Maharishi Vedic Medicine, in Fairfield, Iowa, and the University of California, Los Angeles, had 60 African-American men and women with high blood pressure meditate 20 minutes twice a day or attend a health education group for seven months, they found that those meditating reduced their overall risk of a heart attack by up to 11 percent, and their stroke risk up to 15 percent.
Along the lakeshore Nouvel has choreographed series of structures and events -- a pavilion made from tree trunks, a giant theatre tent, gravel mountains and a septet of vaulted chapels containing installations by artists meditating on universal spiritual themes, The decaying hulk of the Mesoscaphe, the world's first tourist submarine which that was one of the main attractions of the 1964 Expo in Lausanne, completes the surreal assemblage.
All this was familiar stuff from my early years meditating and so I recognized the complex was "me.