By Dhara Lemos Together We Can Heal the Past When I first arrived in the United States, I was surprised by how many women’s groups there were—dance, meditation, yoga, healing sessions, all for women only. Why, I wondered, was there such a pressing need to segregate the sexes? It seemed strange, and it took a… Read more »
Dhara’s Guided Meditation Digital CD By Dhara Lemos Dhara’s Guided Meditation I’m happy to announce that my first Guided Meditation is available now. I’ve been teaching and giving classes on active meditation for more than 20 years. Now, for the first time and together with my friend Pam Jamian, we’ve created… Read more »
The 12 Spiritual Laws of Recovery and Meditations for The 12-Step Program By Rahasya Poe Every once in a while I feel compelled to reach out and connect with what I see as the fastest-growing segment of our population. Now I have to admit, it would be very easy at this point… Read more »
All beautiful and great music comes out of the space within. Some people call that space the soul, and you need to have a soul to create music.
The body is like a musical instrument. It needs to be in harmony. When the harmony is disturbed, you are also disturbed. Why is it that we feel so good when we hear music?
In every age people have sought to understand themselves, their world, and their universe. They have sought awareness, consciousness, inner knowing, enlightenment and transformation in the search for themselves.
Regardless of whether the addictive substance is legal or not, as harmless as coffee or as hardcore as heroine, treatments that work on a spiritual level, as opposed to a chemical one, are slowly becoming mainstream.
Couple finds meditation helps the addicted Book’s focus is teen-agers William "Rahasya" Poe remembers when he worked with teen-agers at a detox and recovery home in San Diego.
This time we’re going to talk about the very core of meditation … awareness. All meditation techniques have the same goal, which is to make us more awakened/alert than we ordinarily are.
My first experience with meditation and how it affects the brain was with a technique I learned from my spiritual teacher, Osho, called dynamic meditation.