Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Daily Inspiration


Ven.Sam Govito said...

Emotional pain and discomfort are something none of us can avoid—regardless of our age, social background and religious belief. While we cannot prevent death, illnesses, rejection, separation and a host of other unwanted events, we can strengthen our mind with regular practice of meditation so that it is less susceptible to pains brought on by all these uncontrollable events.

This does not mean that meditation will harden your mind so that you become a heartless person. Rather, it cleanses the mind so that regular Middle Way meditators become calmer, gentler and kinder, and feel increasingly uncomfortable about harming anyone either by speech or action.

During the retreat, we provide lessons on The Middle Way Meditation as it is the only technique in the world that teaches about the center of the body as the natural home of the human mind and an unlimited source of joy.

Many have found regular practice of this meditation method helped them overcome physical ailments and emotional issues. Others have expressed satisfaction from an increased self-esteem, better work performance, and improved relationship with colleagues and family members.

Whether you are happy or sad, looking for the real meaning of life, or wishing to discover more about yourself, The Middle Way Meditation has the answer for you.
More information may be visited at: www.mdwmeditation.org

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Michelle said...

As an avid practitioner of Vijja Dhammakaya Meditation I believe there’s much more to meditation than first thought: most people say they meditate to manage stress, but meditative practice affects the brain in many other ways. It’s associated for example, to structural changes in the brain that help sharpen focus, improve memory as well as multitasking skills. Vijja Dhammakaya Meditation is well proven, its methodology is dates back to the original teachings of Buddha and although similarities exist this is considered extremely deep meditation.

I would encourage everyone to take a moment to read more about this technique at www.vjdms.org

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