New To Meditation? Try These Tiny Stepping Stones From Headspace PsychCentral.com (blog) I'd get excited about it for a few days, cozying up with Meditation Oasis podcasts after dinner, but then I'd drop the habit out of boredom or inattention.
For years, Ted Kaptchuk performed acupuncture at a tiny clinic in Cambridge, a few miles from his current office, at the Harvard Medical School. He opened for business in 1976, on a street so packed with alternative healers that it was commonly referred to as “quack row.” Kaptchuk had just returned from Asia, where, as an exiled alumnus of the turbulent sixties, he had spent four years honing his craft. “There were lots of alternatives on that street in those days, but no practitioners of Chinese medicine,” Kaptchuk, who is sixty-four and still lives in the neighborhood, told me recently as we sipped (Chinese) tea in the study of his house. “The area is a little too L. L. Bean for my taste now,” he said. “It was a different place then.”
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Jung's View of Bottom-Up Change OpEdNews According to Jung's psychological theory, Nietzsche would have to assimilate what Jung terms his shadow in order to achieve psychological wholeness -- which Jung refers to as individuation.
The key task in meditation is to get to know your mind as it is. Regardless of whether it is disturbed or tranquil, our job is to learn how to observe it without reacting and with kindness. When you feel lost return your attention to ...
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