Meditation Practices: 

Mindfulness is the ability to be fully present in the moment. Mindfulness has many benefits for us at work and in personal life, such as increased focus and happiness. The practice can help us reduce stress and anxiety.

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Breathing Meditation: Most meditations utilize breathing in some way. As we begin to meditate our mind has a hard time to settle and often makes it hard to focus. So every meditation technique provides different way for us to give mind something to do. In this technique, we use breathing.

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ZEN Meditation: Zazen is a meditation technique & one of main practices of Zen.Through a form of meditation based on breathing. This practice is called Zazen that anyone can do it.

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Here are our Top 50 Meditation Quotes

 We hope you find helpful in motivating and inspiring you to meditate: 


Zen Koan Original face Hui Neng

Zen Koan Case 23: Hui-neng Neither Good nor Evil

THE CASE The Sixth Ancestor was pursued by Ming the head monk as far as Ta-yü Peak. The teacher, seeing Ming coming, laid the robe and bowl on a rock and said, “This robe represents the Dharma. There should be no fighting over it. You may take it back with you.” Ming tried to lift it up, but it was as immovable as a mountain.

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Letting go of the ego is like taking off tightshoes

Letting go of the Ego is like taking off tight shoes

Ego is one of layers as described in “Layers of Life” that overshadows our true essence and often creates problems.  “Letting go of Ego is like taking off tight shoes”  -Ram Das  This quote by Ram Das inspires us to take off our tight shoes so that we can experiencing our true selves which is the entire Universe.  “One consciousness that expresses in different modified

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Zen Koan Case 16 Sound of Bell

Zen Koan Case 16: Yun-men: The sound of the Bell

THE CASE Yün-men said, “See how vast and wide the world is! Why do you put on your seven-piece robe at the sound of the bell?” WU-MEN’S COMMENT All you Zen students, training in the Way, don’t be victimized by sounds; don’t follow up on forms. You may have realization on hearing a sound or enlightenment on seeing a form—that’s natural. But don’t you know

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Zen Koan What is Buddha

Zen Koan Case 18 What is Buddha?

THE CASE A monk asked Tung-shan, “What is Buddha?” Tung-shan said, “Three pounds of flax.” WU-MEN’S COMMENT Old Man Tung-shan attained something of clam-Zen. He opened the two halves of his shell a bit and exposed his liver and intestines. Be that as it may, tell me: where do you see Tung-shan? WU-MEN’S VERSE Thrusting forth “three pounds of flax!” The words are intimate, mind

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Wellness at work holistic

If a man is to live, he must be all alive

Invest time for your Wellness & Well-being “If a man is to live, he must be all alive, body, soul, mind, heart, spirit.” –Thomas Merton Learn & practice Holistic Health to unlock better mental, physical & spiritual health. In this series you will learn how to create daily routines that foster better overall health based on Deepak Chopra’s best-selling book “Perfect Health”. This program is

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Zen Koans

Zen Koan Case 19 What is Tao?

Nan-ch’üan: “Ordinary mind is the Tao.” Chao-chou asked Nan-ch’üan, “What is the Tao?” Nan-ch’üan said, “Ordinary mind is the Tao.” Chao-chou asked, “Should I try to direct myself toward it?” Nan-ch’üan said, “If you try to direct yourself you betray your own practice.” Chao-chou asked, “How can I know the Tao if I don’t direct myself?” Nan-ch’üan said, “The Tao is not subject to knowing

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Mindfulness Attitudinal-Foundations-Gratitude

The happiest people make time to deliberately celebrate Gratitude

Our brains are hardwired for In-Gratitude. Neuro biologists call it Negativity bias of the brain. This served us well when things were rough and we had to be alert and ready. This tendency tends causes us to be negative, inclines us to focus on what is wrong, look at faults and find flaws. So what can we do? The good news is that there is

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Mindfulness-Seven-Attitudinal-Foundations Generosity

Mindfulness Foundation – Generosity: No true spiritual life is possible without a generous heart.

Often we relate of Generosity or being generous with family and friends. Generosity extends to everyone as we are all inter connected. Generosity is a important step in shifting our thinking from I to others. Once we start to reflect and and connect with the quality of Generosity, we see the commonality and interdependence. With this wisdom, the fear, anger start to become different. Instead

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MINDFULNESS ATTITUDINAL FOUNDATIONS: Trust

Mindfulness Foundation: Trust your Inner know

To be present in this moment and meditate, it helps if we are relaxed. To relax TRUSTING ourselves and all that is happening around us helps us be calm. Trust is a important step in shifting our thinking. Not only its important to trust ourselves & others its essential. It doesn’t mean it will always be easy and also its doesn’t mean that we have

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Mindfulness Attitudinal-Foundations-Gratitude

Mindfulness Foundation: Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life

Our brains are hardwired for In-Gratitude. Neuro biologists call it Negativity bias of the brain. This served us well when things were rough and we had to be alert and ready. This tendency tends causes us to be negative, inclines us to focus on what is wrong, look at faults and find flaws. So what can we do? The good news is that there is

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MINDFULNESS ATTITUDINAL FOUNDATIONS Non Judgement

Mindfulness Non-Judging: Only a non judgmental mind has intelligence

Mindfulness practice is defined as “Non-judgmental, moment to moment awareness”. The third fondation of Mindfulness is Non Judgement. When we start paying attention to our thoughts we soon realize all the ideas and opinions we have about everything. So how do we get to gently be Non-judgmental? Listen to our Podcast & Guided Meditation: Taker our Mindfulness Masterclass Mindfulness Masterclass Mindfulness is the ability to be

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Rumi: The wound is the place where Light enters you

The wound is the place where Light enters you – Rumi

Life is full of challenges, there are ups and downs. Today’s quote by Rumi brings us hope and is an inspiration for our tough times. It is during our low times that we have opening to have Light heal us and take us forward. Listen to our Podcast & Guided Meditation: When we come across tough times in our lives, when things don’t go our

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MINDFULNESS - BEGINNERS MIND

Mindfulness Beginners Mind: In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in the experts’ mind there are few.

We have never been in this moment before. If we can just be present, we can appreciate wonders that are happening around us all the time. A breeze flowing, a gaze, meeting someone, a hug, looking or perhaps stopping and smelling a flower.  Listen to our Podcast & Guided Meditation: There are Seven attitudinal foundations of MINDFULNESS described by Jon Kabat-Zinn as the “major pillars of mindfulness

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