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This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged happiness, health, joy, meditation, peace, reduce stress on January 15, 2015 by Bette Hodgins.
The Chopra Center is once again offering a FREE programme to people who are interested in trying new approaches to old issues in their lives. This entry was posted in Resources and tagged Deepak Chopra, health, meditation, personal development, relationships, stress relief, success, wellbeing on September 14, 2014 by Bette Hodgins. If you are looking for a way to start up a regular routine of meditation, you might enjoy this free guided meditation series offered by Dr. It’s a great way to discover the emotional and physical benefits of a daily contemplative practice.
This entry was posted in Resources and tagged Deepak Chopra, health, meditation, stress relief on April 12, 2014 by Bette Hodgins. This entry was posted in Inspirational thoughts and tagged chronic disease, health, illness, immune system, infection, meditation, positive emotion, positivity on February 28, 2014 by Bette Hodgins.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged blood pressure, calm, happiness, health, joy, meditation, peace, relaxtion, serenity, stress on September 30, 2013 by Bette Hodgins.
A wonderful calming exercise is to create a meditation visualization to use as an anchor for later recall whenever you wish. Simply enjoy a beautiful moment, be it lazing on the beach, sitting among nature, watching a sunset, observing animals or anything that brings you deep and peaceful relaxation. Once you have remembered your meditation visualization in all its incredible beauty and detail think about how you can deepen and enrich every single one of your present moments. Below is an example of a meditation visualization I use with the recollections I have of the moment; often the recall is only brief, yet it is enough as a reminder to help feel instant calm. A warm day, sunlight and shadows, light pouring through tall trees yet still a cool shade and slight breeze. You can visualize the experience as a silent movie or you can recall events with an internal commentary.
The questions can continue in order for you to drink in your surroundings in full and vivid detail. When you experiment with seeing each moment of your life as mini meditation visualizations; noticing within and without, you’ll enjoy greater moment by moment calm and presence. I hope you enjoy viewing my Mind Maps – there are hundreds more planned here at the Mind Map Inspiration Blog plus ongoing creativity and drawing tips. Also available: E-Books designed to help you create stylish and artistic mind maps of your own.


If you know someone who could benefit from this post and others here at the Mind Map Inspiration Blog please share with them. This beautiful eight-minute meditation by Naomi Goodlet offers us assistance in the process of observation and release of thought. This entry was posted in Resources, Uncategorized and tagged calm, equanimity, meditation, naomi goodlet, peace, serenity, stress relief on October 18, 2014 by Bette Hodgins. In our Find Peace of Mind classes, we employ the breath as a means to anchor and center our attention.
Here is a ten-minute guided breathing session by Naomi Goodlet, that helps you achieve greater awareness of breath and mind. This entry was posted in Resources, Videos and tagged breathing, calm, meditation, mindfulness, peace on September 1, 2014 by Bette Hodgins. Calming, centering and peaceful, this meditation will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed.
This entry was posted in Resources, Uncategorized and tagged buddhist, calm, centered, grounded, meditation, peaceful, relaxed, stress relief on August 8, 2014 by Bette Hodgins. Take a few minutes today, and discover how grounded you can be with this guided meditation, intended to calm and center your mind.
This entry was posted in Resources and tagged calm, centered, chopra center, grounded, meditation, peace, stress on July 13, 2014 by Bette Hodgins.
This entry was posted in Resources, Uncategorized and tagged birds, joy, life lessons, meditation, peace, yoga on July 4, 2014 by Bette Hodgins.
This is one of his guided meditations, (24 minutes in length), where he offers students some of the basics of zen practice.
This entry was posted in Resources and tagged calm, everyday zen, insight meditation, meditation, mind body, norman fischer, peace, zen on June 13, 2014 by Bette Hodgins. This entry was posted in Resources and tagged calm, joy, meditation, peace, stress, stress relief, tara brach on June 6, 2014 by Bette Hodgins.
This entry was posted in Resources and tagged calm, happiness, meditation, peace, tara brach, vipassana on June 2, 2014 by Bette Hodgins.
This entry was posted in Resources, Uncategorized and tagged calm, happiness, joy, meditation, peace, relaxation, serenity, stress relief on May 23, 2014 by Bette Hodgins. If you have been curious about meditation, but don’t know what all the fuss is about, this is the place for you!
You can do this by raising your awareness of the moment, fully involving all your senses and reducing your thinking as you go about your day.


Rustling leaves; the loudest sound, insects airborne and on the ground, birds busy and squirrels curious, coming and going, feeding at scraps on a picnic table. The moment of calm; your meditation visualization, is a relaxation snapshot – a moment in time you can revisit often. With practice, you’ll start seeing the richness of every moment and notice the silence that exists beneath all events. He teaches Zen meditation and philosophy in an approachable, practical way that integrates practice into everyday living. Learn about the health benefits of meditation, reduce your stress and increase your happiness. Stewart and Bette Hodgins for our Find Peace of Mind sessions and discover the benefits of meditation. If you fully immerse yourself in the experience you will be able to close your eyes and transport yourself back to that beautiful moment whenever you wish. Consider your thoughts, your body and your surroundings – that is; enquire what is happening on the inside and on the outside.
An alternative is to visualize one specific part of your meditation visualization such as the light through the trees or the squirrels making eye contact; a quick visual cue to return you to calm. I particularly like his down-to-earth, often humorous approach to ourselves, our practice and our lives.
Through four evening modules, we will explore different types of meditation styles and find one that works the best for you.
Discover how meditation can relieve stress, help you to relax, sleep better, focus your thoughts and improve your overall health.
In addition to the senses, note colours, textures and oddities and explore the 5W 1H of reasons that the moment is special to you. Predominant textures wood, both hard and soft, earth and fallen leaves and a backdrop of light blue sky with variety of fascinating shapes of ever-changing clouds. As the sound of the rustling leaves on the trees fades, silence washes over my body; the birds and squirrels dance lightly in the stillness. Soft bread sandwiches, rich aroma of coffee, mind quiet, world of nature shifting before my eyes without the need of words.



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