Throughout my years of practice, I have often viewed meditation as a path to mindfulness and awareness, and through this a subsequent entrée into mentalization leading to healthy attachments.
In this past year, I have engaged in both Qi Gong meditation exercises, Tai Chi (sometimes referred to as a moving meditation), and most recently, a type of meditation termed Modern-Day Meditation. All of these techniques have proven useful in helping me center and ground myself. And there are yet other types of meditation that have helped countless others including Transcendental Meditation, Mindfulness Meditation, Zen Meditation, Buddhist Meditation, and Taoist Meditation. Furthermore, there are a variety of methods of meditating ranging from sitting in a fairly fixed position to more expressive meditation wherein the body can move in any manner and let anything happen, and finally to the practice of mindful meditation wherein someone can go about their daily activities in a mindfullyRead More »from Modern-Day Meditation