Article Archive: Mindfulness

Most Commonly Asked Questions about Guided Meditation, Visualization, and Mindfulness

“Like the body needs sleep the mind needs rest also”–Swami Adiswarananda Guided Meditation, Visualization and Mindfulness with Krista Magidson    Commonly Asked Questions about Meditation and Mindfulness  “What is Meditation?”  Meditation is simply the practice of being here now.  It is the practice where we learn to release ourselves from the burden of past and […]

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Karma and the Law of Attraction

Presently I’m teaching a series of classes based on the book, “The Amazing Power of Your Emotions,” by Ester and Jerry Hicks.  During one of the class sessions, someone asked how the concept of karma relates to the Law of Attraction.  More specifically, she wanted to know how does all the baggage we carry with us from life time to life time (i.e.,  the typical […]

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The Practice of Saying, “Yes”

Each one of us is a unique and sacred expression of Life… more varied and complex than a handful of snowflakes and just as whole, pure, and perfect. Unfortunately most of us have lost our sense of divine individuality. We have buried our distinctiveness and shoved aside what feels true and right for us, in […]

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Posted In: Mindfulness
09.01.2007

Breathing for Creative Problem Solving

The act of breathing provides vital nourishment to the entire body. When done consciously, breathing deeply will not only create physical wellbeing by releasing stress and tension, conscious breathing will also help you to find creative solutions to any issues you may be having at home or on the job. The key is to take […]

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Posted In: Mindfulness
10.01.2006

Releasing Judgments

When meeting someone for the first time it is common to ask, “What do you do for a living?” or “Do you have kids?” We do this because it helps us to form a mental image or judgment of who this person is in our minds that in turn helps us to relate to the […]

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Posted In: Mindfulness
03.05.2006

The Three Minds

Everyone has what I call “the three minds.” They are the ego (lower/reactive mind), the witness and the divine or intuitive mind. The ego is the aspect of mind that judges, criticizes, complains, compares itself to others, that is, it is either better than or worse than someone else and the ego always needs to […]

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Posted In: Mindfulness
12.06.2005
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