MEDITATION AND RELAXATION
Know Thyself (γνῶθι σεαυτόν).
Inscription on the ancient Greek Temple of Apollo at Delphi
Meditation and relaxation help activate the subconscious healing forces in one’s Being and enhance the spontaneous psychological and physical healing.
Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.
There are many ways to relax mentally and physically, and there are different forms of meditation. They are all based on the principle that when we focuss out attention on something we can still our usual mind chatter and emotions so as to remain simply aware of our Being.
To think is not your real nature. Your real nature is to be. (When) you identify with your beingness only you are intuitive with no thinking.
Lester Levenson, American Engineer, Physicist, Author of the Release Technique
I provide appropriate individual and group relaxation guidance and I teach various forms of meditation, depending on my clients' needs, lifestyle, personality and beliefs so as to enable them to benefit from those on their own.
Regular meditation and relaxation contribute significantly to aleviate and even prevent stress, and help regulate sleeping patterns.
Both meditation and relaxation have been proven by experience and research to be highly beneficial to psychological, physical and physiological healing, even of chronic and serious conditions.
There is nothing as certain as silence, stillness, and solitude to introduce you to the secrets of yourself.
Guy Finley, Personal Growth and Development Leader, Author
Meditation and Relaxation are compatible with most other modalities and forms of healing - medical, traditional, complementary and self-healing.
Caution and supervision are required in case of highly stressed people who are feeling out of control, like those suffering from unmedicated severe neurosis and psychosis.
When health is absent, wisdom can not reveal itself, strength cannot be exerted, wealth is useless, and reason is powerless.
Herophilus (335 BC-280 BC), The First Anatomist from Alexandria, Founder of Medical School, Author