Meditation for Integrative Health
Louise Hay’s Morning Meditation
18-minute meditation: Do twice a day for 2 weeks to decrease blood pressure and cortisol.
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Laughter is the best medicine! 2.5 minute fun meditation to release stress
Ho'oponopono: I'm sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you
There is no more need to build 1000’s of new habits, which is the journey one embraces on when attempting to defeat self harming beliefs, I only needed one habit to replace all of my negative beliefs with, and that was ho’oponopono. If you’re skeptical, I simply invite you to try it for yourself, next time you have something or someone in your life you want to change, just try it, sit with yourself, or while your driving down the road, and instead of ruminating on all of the things driving you nuts, just relax and repeat, I am sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you. The proof is in the pudding.
Each time I say I pick another person to picture in my mind. My intentions are to heal and change my energy in every aspect of my life.
Enjoy this chanting Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo meditation: You have the ability to transform your life at any time.
Translation: Nam (devotion/glory) Myo (mystic/wonderful) Ho (law) Renge (lotus) Kyo (sutra/teaching)
Meaning: Like the lotus which blossoms and bears fruit at the same time, we do not have to wait for the principle of cause and effect to happen. Instead, we can manifest change from within us at any moment to transform our life. We have at all times the ability to tackle our challenges.
Purpose: Establish a deep-seated, enduring and genuine happiness. While life is naturally filled with joy and suffering, ups and downs, there is a deeper and more enduring happiness. This he calls the “boundless joy of the Law” that underlies and supersedes the cycles of temporary happiness and suffering all people experience.
Louise Hay night meditation
The Art of Effortless Living (Taoist Documentary) 1:28:15
“Fill your bowl to the brim and it will spill. Keep sharpening your knife and it will blunt. Chase after money and security and your heart will never unclench. Care about people’s approval and you will be their prisoner. Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” Lao Tzu
The practice of nondoing, nonforcing is the essential aspect of Taoism known as wu-wei. Attributed to the great sage Lao-tzu, the philosophy of wu-wei teaches you how to develop a natural state of consciousness not bound by thought or preconceived limitations. Experienced by the greatest artists, athletes, musicians, and writers, this heightened state of consciousness, referred to as “being in the zone,” is where intelligent spontaneity and effortless action flourish via a practice rooted in permitting the natural harmony of the cosmos to prevail. Essentially, how to live life effortlessly. Wu-wei can yield a renewed sense of trust in many aspects of your daily life, making each day more effortless. The Art of Effortless Living provides keen insight on how you can experience the beauty of achieving an enlightened, effortless mind while reveling in the process of life’s unfolding.