Nick Polizzi – Every human on this planet has experienced some type of physical pain in their lifetime. One of the great equalizers, pain knows no race, gender or creed.
It is often billed as an unfortunate occurrence to be avoided at all costs, but pain is actually quite useful— in the right amounts. Pain is here to warn us when things are out of balance – from an acute injury like a cut or sprain, to a chronic underlying condition like rheumatoid arthritis or a digestive disorder.
No matter what type of pain it is, one thing is for certain – there’s no reason for you to be in constant pain. Its primary function is to help our healing process and it should go away on its own or be easy to soothe with the right lifestyle practices… this is the focus of today’s piece.
Joe Martino – 11 years. The amount of time I have been observing the truth about what is going on in our world.
10 years. The amount of time I have been meditating while also learning about what is going on in our world.
Point blank: the benefits of meditation for health, lifestyle, wellness, and being able to see more clearly what’s going on in our world are undeniable.
I’ve said this for a very long time, there is no separation between what you can learn via independent media about what’s truly happening in our world and spirituality. Sure, this is a more specific statement when you are accessing conscious media, like what we do here at Collective Evolution, but in general, the world around us IS a reflection of our individual and collective consciousness. For us to properly understand our world and move past what we don’t favor, we must understand the nature of why certain things are happening in the first place. And no, it’s not because of political policies. Continue reading “Meditation Is On The Rise Among U.S. Adults & Kids”→
Ethan Indigo Smith – Stop and smell the roses. Have you seen the intricate beauty in flowers and the natural world around you lately? It is confounding and amazing to me how many people deny themselves of moments to pause and reflect on the beauty of the intricacy of the world and life.
Generally people convince themselves they do not have time to meditate in any form let alone in the form of simply pausing and reflecting on the beauty of entirety.
People are busy and busy-minded and make conditions in their life that makes meditation difficult. Many people think meditation is too complex a practice, or that meditating is for people without complexity. But meditation can be as simple as observing the beauty of a flower, or a butterfly. In fact, meditation describes a whole panorama of practices and tools to better enable individuals to explore our own inner worlds and the outer world. Continue reading “Meditation Tools for Self-Awareness and a Quiet Mind”→
Arjun Walia – If you look at most ‘masters’ in the field of meditation, a common theme that currently exists is a big misconception about meditation, that it has to be done a certain way, that you have to sit a specific way or do something in particular in order to reap the benefits. These masters will be the first to tell you that it doesn’t have to be one specific way.
That being said, many spiritual groups, like certain monks for example, are taught different types of meditation in several different ways, so really, there’s no correct way to meditate, and the process of connecting with one’s higher self and quieting the mind can be done in multiple ways and practiced at various levels.
When meditating, one shouldn’t try to “empty” their mind, but instead, try to let ones thoughts, feelings, and whatever emotions end up ‘popping’ in there, pop in there. There should be no resistance to thoughts, no judgement of them. Simply let them be, don’t attach to them and just be at peace with it. You’re not doing anything wrong, just focus on your breath. Continue reading “Specific Types Of Meditation Affect Different Areas Of The Brain”→
Tanaaz – Earth is a challenging place. There are wars, famines, crises, and hardships happening every moment of every day. But regardless of this, there is a way to elevate your life so you can float above the chaos.
There is a way to elevate your life so much so, that the world seems like a more magical, synchronistic, and loving place to be in.
Of course, hardships and troubles may still come your way, but by elevating your life, you will be able to deal with them quicker and with more ease. You will be able to resolve situations faster and maintain your inner balance.
It really all comes down to your level of perception. It’s all about what you choose to focus on. The higher you vibrate, the more you focus on the good, the easier and more joyous your life becomes.
By following these steps in just a few short days, you will start to see miraculous changes and shifts in your own life. You will start to float above the chaos and find a new meaning to the world around you. Continue reading “How to Elevate Your Life”→