5 RUDOLF STEINER exercises for Inner Growth

5 RUDOLF STEINER exercises for Inner Growth

Here the basic conditions for inner growth will be described. Even with the help of certain measures taken in the outer and inner life, no one can think of progressing if he does not fulfill these conditions. All meditation, concentration or other exercises will be worthless and even harmful in some way if life does not stick to the meaning of these prescriptions. You cannot give faculties to a human being: you can only ...

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The Legend of Reiki

The Legend of Reiki

Reiki Legend Mikao Usui was a teacher at a Christian school of priests in Kyoto, Japan. Some of his pupils asked him why no clarification had been made about the healing methods with which Jesus Christ had performed his healings; in particular they asked him if he had been able to show them such a cure. Failing to provide them with an adequate answer, he thought about abandoning his ...

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Transcendental Meditation (Part 4)

Transcendental Meditation (Part 4)

Stress reduction: just a side effect of a complete transformation “I call my method 'meditation', but in fact it is a technique of self-exploration; it allows an individual to dive into the deepest regions of his being, where the essence of life dwells and the source of all wisdom, all creativity, all peace and all happiness. "Maharishi Mahesh Yogi , Founder of the Transcendental Meditation technique The texts ...

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Transcendental Meditation (Part 3)

Transcendental Meditation (Part 3)

Deep rest removes deep-seated stresses Imagine stress is like having a backpack full of rocks that you have to carry around with you all the time. Throughout our life, we accumulate tensions that are stored in our body. If the stress is intense we can perceive it clearly, as we perceive, for example, the tightness of the heart that we feel after having a fight with someone. Fortunately, during rest the body spontaneously removes ...

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Transcendental Meditation (Part 2)

Transcendental Meditation (Part 2)

How Transcendental Meditation Works All 8 billion human beings on this planet are different, but there is one thing we all have in common: we want to be happy. Happiness is like gravity for the mind, the mind will spontaneously be drawn to a pleasant experience. The state of being yourself - of 'coming home' - is the most pleasant state for the mind, and the mind will be drawn to this experience more ...

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Doctors, Scientists and Governments Support Transcendental Meditation (part 1)

Doctors, Scientists and Governments Support Transcendental Meditation (part 1)

Transcendental Meditation is the most practiced technique (there are about 6 million people who practice it). It is the most widely studied technique (600 scientific studies) and, according to the results of the investigations, it is the most relaxing technique in the world. Transcendental Meditation is easy. Anyone can learn the technique in a few evening sessions, it is completely effortless and pleasant to practice, and the effects are usually noticeable from the first sessions. Meditation ...

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The Disciple and the Scorpion

The Disciple and the Scorpion

A Zen master saw a drowning scorpion and decided to pull it out of the water. When he did, the scorpion stung him. As a result of the pain, the owner left the animal which again fell into the water about to drown. The master tried to pull it out again and the animal stung him again. A young disciple who was there approaches him and said: "Excuse me master, but why are you continuing ??? Don't you understand that every time you try ...

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