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Buddhist Meditation & Holistic Lifestyle

The contemporary world is undeniably chaotic and full of pressure. One of the many ways of dealing with and overcoming the hustle and bustle of life is through meditation and calming of one’s mind. Buddhist meditation is one of the fast becoming popular approaches to relaxation and improving a person’s body, mind and spirit. Meditative processes based on Buddhist beliefs and practices refer to the art of relaxing and quieting the mind with Buddhism as an influential basis. According to Buddhist teachings, there is a vital importance regarded to core meditation and its innumerable benefits. People in the modern world see how meditative practices with Buddhist influence have helped developed their lifestyle.

Buddhist meditation is used not only to relax the mind and the body. The topmost goal for Buddhist types of core meditation is to reach the state of nirvana or enlightenment. Many people who are confused and troubled only need to meditate to clear their minds and find the answers they are looking for. People with psychic abilities are also helped to harness and hone their intuitive aptitude through deep and refined meditation and mind focus. With the unity of the mind and spirit, certain level of consciousness is reached and psychic abilities or extra sensory perception is enhanced.

There are innumerable Buddhist meditation techniques used to improve and finally reach mindfulness or concentration. If you want to experience tranquillity, get valuable insight or have supra-mundane powers, meditative practices are viable approaches to explore. According to Buddhist teachings on meditation, there are different types of focusing the mind. Samma Sati or right mindfulness is the practice where meditators are required to follow the Four Foundations of Mindfulness as practiced by Buddha. Samma Samadhi or Right Concentration and Samma Ditthi or Right Views are other types of meditative development.

Let peaceful thoughts flow into your mind like streams flows into the ocean

Be as bright as the sun and as calm as the moon, your light will reduce the dark clouds of stress.



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