Simply put, stress knocks your body out of homeostasis and puts your body in survival mode. Regardless of what the cause of stress may be, to our biology, stress means imminent danger.
Due to this, our body will prioritize all things related to short-term survival and deprioritize all things related to long-term health and well-being.
A meditation room is a room that is designated as a sacred space. A space of self-care, a space where you can be yourself fully and unapologetically. A space where you can work to become the person you are destined to be. Due to the importance of this space, you must set it up for success both physically and energetically.
Everyone will tell you the importance of incense, candles, statues, pictures, tapestries, and the like, but few people will talk about the habit cues that set you up for success.
We’re all human and we all want to be happy. But have you ever asked yourself, what really is true happiness?
We asked a selected group of experts to offer their answers to this important question.Here’s what they said.
Meditation has become something of a buzzword as people look to detach and unwind from the stresses and strains caused by modern life.
But have you ever asked yourself, what is the purpose of meditation?
We asked a selected group of experts to answer this very question and share some of their valuable insights on the subject.
Meditators Among Us: Marshall Kupka-Moore
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Marshall and I met earlier this year and formed a very close bond immediately through being facilitators of the satsang we created, Unity Community. His depth of experiential knowledge and wisdom from all of the text he's read always make for a fascinating conversation. He talks about deep stuff while also making it digestible to any audience. There's something for everyone in this episode! We chat about:
Marshall Kupka-Moore: Rediscovering Compassion through Spirituality
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I have a conversation with former stranger, now friend Marshall who engages me (and soon you!) with thought-provoking answers about compassion, spirituality, and meditation. We immerse ourselves in an hour-long conversation that takes us from the busy streets of New York City to the serene Himalayan mountains in northern India. While you drive, cook food, or just relax this week, join me and Marshall and listen in on our discussion on the mysteries of life and its purpose.