Archive for the 'Meditation' Category

Follow Your Bliss

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

This article is an extract of chapter #4 in Karl Moore’s best-selling book, ‘The 18 Rules of Happiness.’

“When you follow your bliss, doors will open where you would not have thought there would be doors; and where there wouldn’t be a door for anyone else.” – Joseph Campbell

In life, it’s easy to end up in the “wrong place”.

We’re doing a job we hate. We’re living with people we dislike. We’re keeping secrets, when we’d rather be open and genuine.

We get stuck and don’t feel authentic, because we’re not truly doing what we want.

Does that sound like you?

If so, you need to find what makes you truly happy.

The Lost Mode of Prayer – From Intervention to Acceptance

Thursday, August 27th, 2009

Modern prayer researchers currently identify four modes of prayer used in the west today. Does an additional mode exist? Is there a fifth mode of prayer that allows us to participate in the outcome of the events within our bodies as well as the world around us?

Recent findings in remote temple sites where these traditions remain today, combined with new research into some of the most sacred and esoteric traditions of our past, lead me to believe that the answer is “Yes!”

Develop the Focus of a Warrior and the Peace of a Monk

Sunday, May 11th, 2008

Most people come to meditation thinking, or even fearing, that it is difficult. No matter how much some people rave about the benefits of meditation, many think it would be easier to relax by merely playing a sport, reading a book, grabbing a drink, watching TV, or doing any number of things that don’t require much effort.

Meditation does require some effort, or personal discipline, and it takes up the most precious commodity in our lives – time. Yet, to derive all of the benefits takes practice. So why go to all the trouble of learning to meditate? Isn’t it all too hard? The short answer is that learning to meditate will invariably help your well-being. One of the best answers is that you will feel the benefits almost immediately, which is definitely one of the greatest aspects of meditation. I like to think of meditation as an insurance policy to protect your most precious asset – your mind.

The Formula That Changed The World

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Click here more information about the new Silva Life SystemHave you heard about Jose Silva’s techniques? The Silva Mind Method was a huge workshop program in the 70’s and 80’s… and it’s making a big comeback.

Jose Silva was born in Laredo, Texas. He and his older sister and younger brother were raised by their grandmother. Silva supported the family from a very young age by selling newspapers, shining shoes, and doing odd jobs. He never attended school, but learned to read and write by watching his sister and brother do their homework.

Silva was able to study a correspondence course on radio repair through an agreement with the town barber, under which the barber rented the lessons to Silva, and Silva earned the diploma in the barber’s name.