Category Archives for "Meditation"

Meditation Exercises

  These tips are meant chiefly for relative beginners to meditation, but I hope everyone can find them useful. Sit still, don’t move, and just focus on your breath for a few minutes. It’s the very simplest of notions and most people find it very difficult. Perhaps there’s too much noise, or you can’t get […]

Meditation and ADHD

What do you make of the ADHD debate? Perhaps you know someone who is struggling with the disorder; that’s not unlikely, given that roughly 11% of American children have been diagnosed with it. We are all entitled to our own views on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and they vary widely, from those who recognize that […]

Lifeflow Optimal Learning Track – Details

  Optimal Learning Meditation has the incredible ability to improve a lot of different mental functions. Learning enhancement is a major improvement that people associate with a regular practice. For people who want to enhance their learning ability further, though, there is a special track from Lifeflow called Optimal Learning. This track uses Alpha waves […]

Meditation and Stress

Meditation and Stress By Dr. Graham Dixon If you’ve flown in the US in the past ten years, you’ll have plenty of reasons to resent the  Transport Security Administration. I have found the experience of being interrogated and prodded by these people to be a humiliating imposition amidst the generally happy experience of getting out […]

Meditation and Depression

Meditation and Depression By Dr. Graham Dixon What would be your first reaction if someone told you they were depressed? Today, there is general public acceptance that depression is a real problem which is incredibly damaging to the sufferer’s life, work and relationships, but for centuries, such people were told simply to ‘pull themselves together’ […]