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MEDITATION FOR RECOVERY

‘If every 8 year old in the world is taught meditation, we will eliminate the problem of violence from the world in a single generation’ -The Dalai Lama Thinking Ceaseless, relentless, stressful and never-ending thinking. Painful, sleep interrupting, relationship destroying and at times terrifyingly convincing thinking. My crazy mind and it’s projections into the future,

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MEDITATION NOT MEDICATION

Stress-related complaints are possibly the most prevalent in the work place, particularly among those in high-performance, high responsibility positions. Anxiety, depression and burnout, among other concerns, are common off-shoots of stress overload, and they take a heavy toll on the mind, emotions, and even the body. These states can affect creative, and even rational, thinking,

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MIRACLE TOOLS

A friend of mine (who happens to be a priest), once shared with me the following insight: “Miracles may exist, but in the meantime, it is a miracle there are other solutions.” While emotional and mental conditions such as depression, anxiety, burnout, and addiction can push an invidual to the brink or despair, and give

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Our therapies are evidence-based and supported by extensive research and literature, while the practices we offer produce tangible changes in cognitive patterns.

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A Narrative Review of Yoga and Mindfulness as Complementary Therapies for Addiction

This paper reviews the philosophical origins, current scientific evidence, and clinical promise of yoga and mindfulness as complementary therapies for addiction.

A Narrative Review of Yoga and Mindfulness as Complementary Therapies for Addiction

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Y12SR

The latest research on neuroscience, trauma healing & the ancient practice of yoga

Clinical studies have bolstered a growing recognition of yoga and meditation as effective forms of adjunctive therapy for addiction recovery.

The latest research on neuroscience, trauma healing & the ancient practice of yoga

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The potential effects of meditation on age-related cognitive decline: a systematic review

Growing evidence suggests that cognitive training programs may have the potential to counteract the decline in cognitive functioning.

The potential effects of meditation on age-related cognitive decline: a systematic review

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THE HARVARD GAZETTE

When science meets mindfulness

Researchers study how it seems to change the brain in depressed patients

When science meets mindfulness

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JOURNAL OF INDIAN SYSTEM OF MEDICINE

Ayurveda perspectives toward prevention and management of nicotine and alcohol dependence: A review

Ayurveda perspectives toward prevention and management of nicotine and alcohol dependence: A review

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