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New Age and Meditation practice

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New Age meditations are generally considered by mysticism, Buddhism and Hinduism, Yoga, Eastern philosophy and might include certain portion of western influence. In Western region, meditation originated through social revolution during 1960s and 1970s, and most of present day youth were against the normal belief systems since the reaction against it was considered as Christianity’s […]

Hinduism and Meditation Practice

Judaism and Meditation practice

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There is clear proof about existence of different meditative practices in Judaism which dates back to 1000s of years. For example, in Torah, the patriarch Issac was explained as going in field  which is a term considered by the commentators as method of meditation as per Genesis 24:63. Also, there are clear indications around the […]

Term Meditation

Islamic Meditation Practices

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In Islamic culture, every Muslim is supposed to pray 5 times a day, once during night, after sunset, before sunrise, during afternoon and at noon. The Muslims try to focus and meditate towards God during their prayers, while they recite the Quran and engage in dhikr to reassure and increase the strength between creation and […]

Difinition of Meditation

Hinduism and Meditation Practice

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The term meditation was mentioned clearly in Hindu literature with the usage of this term in Bhagavad Gita and Mahabharata apart from Middle Upanishads. As per Gavin Flood, Brihadaranyaka Upanishad clearly states that mediation is becoming concentrated and calm, where one is able to perceive the atman inside oneself. The practice of yoga will assist […]

Term Meditation

Buddhism and Meditation

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Buddhist meditation indicates use of different meditative techniques which are related to philosophy and religion of Buddhism. The core techniques of mediation have got conserved in traditional Buddhist notes and have got broadened and multiplied through transmissions from teachers to students. Buddhists follow mediation as portion of their path towards Nirvana and enlightenment. In Buddhism, […]

Bahá’í Faith and Meditation

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As per the instructions of Bahá’í­ Faith, Mediation is considered to be an important method for spiritual upliftment along with prayer and it usually indicates one reflection to God’s words. While meditation and prayer are associated with what occurs usually in prayerful attitude, mediation is generally considered as moving towards God and mediation is considered […]

Christianity and Meditation

Western Classification of Meditation

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It was noted by Ornstein that majority of meditation technique’s don’t lie as solitary practices but are just artificially distinguishable through a complete system of belief and practice. It indicates that when monks are involved in mediation as portion of their day to day lives, they will also follow the rules of statute and stay […]

Meditation Facts

Characterizations and Definitions of Meditation

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Characterizations and Definitions of Meditation: Prominent Review Examples Characterization/Definition Review Meditation indicates a group of self-regulation methods which concentration to improve awareness and attention of controlling mental processes which will thereby result in mental health and to develop various capacities like concentration, clarity and calmness. Walsh & Shapiro (2006) Meditation is used to explain various […]

Buddhism and Meditation