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Usually we think of the body and mind as being two separate parts of ourselves. But in reality they’re two aspects of one integrated whole. So when there’s stress in the mind, that will be reflected in the body, and when the body’s feeling tense, that will come in the way of the mind being calm. Through meditation we can learn to work with, rather than against the bodymind, and how to bring together the qualities of relaxation and awareness.
The word meditation comes from the Latin meditatio, which originally indicated every type of physical or intellectual exercise, then later evolved into the more specific meaning “contemplation.”
Eastern spiritual teachings, including meditation, have been adapted and increasingly practiced in Western culture.
Stress is medically proven to have negative effects on the body and takes its toll on our physical and mental well-being on a cellular level. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, up to 80 percent of the doctor visits in the USA are triggered by a stress-related illness. Healing Rhythms unique biofeedback program is designed to help you uncover your body’s own natural ability to counter the wear and tear that everyday stress has on your health.
Sha-moose teaches about Eagle Medicine to encourage connection to the Spiritual reality of your present life-dream. ‘Fly your heart’ to realize your greater spiritual truths, and to open to the gifts in your shadow. “Answers will be provided for you; they’ll be placed for you on your path, even before you begin walking!”
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