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Guides to Meditation

Guides to Meditation

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In 1977 the Rebbe began a push to make a kosher form of meditation available to the public. The Rebbe specifically mentioned the efficacy of meditation as an antidote to stress and anxiety; he was concerned, however, that many of the more popular teachings were not consistent with Torah values . . .
Though this brief article cannot do justice to the wide variety of methods for cultivating mindfulness, I’ll offer here a taste of one particularly Jewish approach to meditation that is very accessible, yet mostly overlooked...
Thirteen Strategies for Serenity in a Maddening World
These thirteen suggestions are among those introductory practices the authors have found to be most meaningful and helpful, gleaned from the study of chassidic philosophy, and based on nearly four decades of experience in Jewish education, clinical healthcare, personal development workshops and counseling.
Achieve self-mastery in 30 days
Here is a simple but vital morning ten-step meditation for achieving total self-knowledge and mastery within 30 days. It involves nothing more than a smartphone, your pocket or purse, and an active brain.
from the upcoming book “Wisdom to Fix the Earth”
Meditation had once been a jailbreak for the mind’s flight from the body. Now it became a way for the body to join with the mind. In Tanya, the goal of both meditation and prayer is to awaken a sense of love and awe that overflows and sweeps up the beast in its path. To fix up that animal.
3 questions to ask before beginning any meditation program
There are so many different schools of meditation. Are they all safe? Are they all kosher?
From the Upcoming Book, "Wisdom to Heal the Earth"
This is a revolution that is forever: When we can hear the deepest wisdom in the voice of a child.
Pleasure, you would think, should be a very simple thing. It is, but only if you stop to think.
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