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The Art of Rhythm Meditation: Zen Buddhist Goes Global with TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process

BERKELEY, Calif., April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- This weekend, Americans will experience the stress-reducing effects of a unique process called TaKeTiNa ( http://www.taketina.com ), a musical meditation that gets diverse groups of people synchronized in rhythm. The event, "Journey into The Heart of Rhyt...

Study finds Zen meditation alleviates pain

This release is available in French . Montreal, February 3, 2009 Zen meditation a centuries-old practice that can provide mental, physical and emotional balance may reduce pain according to Universit de Montral researchers. A new study in the January edition of Psychosomatic Medicine...

The Zen Way to Pain Relief

Meditation technique may help keep discomfort at bay, study finds THURSDAY, Jan. 29 (HealthDay News) -- Zen meditation appears to reduce sensitivity to moderate pain when practiced by well-trained individuals, Canadian researchers report. "Previous studies had already shown that te...

Stay Young by Practicing Zen Meditation

Meditation might keep you young, especially Zen meditation, for a new study has found that regular practice of it, it can reduce stress in long run, as well as the cognitive decline associated with normal aging. Zen meditation, a Buddhist practice, is centred on attentional and postural s...

LA County Calls for Repeal of Federal Cell Tower Health Preemption

...nments to regulate cell towers and related wireless facilities on the basis of their health and environmental effects. The motions by Supervisors zen Yaroslavsky, Michael Antonovich and Mark Ridley-Thomas cited "ongoing debate within the scientific community and among governing bodies throughout the...

Let Dad Kick Up His Feet and Relax This Father's Day

...ers. Individually $275, or $199 for two. Skin Deep , Huntington Beach, CA - Share the Love is for expecting couples, who will indulge in a zen water experience, then unwind with a 40-minute sports massage for the dad-to-be and a 40-minute mommy-to-be massage. $100 per guest. The Spa ...

Spiritual Leaders' Teachings Collected in New Novel

..."Tai Chi For Seniors" and apprentice of some of the most prominent Vedanta, zen and Daoist teachers in the world, has just released "Life is Divine Play" (... over 45 years and has apprenticed with some of the most prominent Vedanta, zen and Daoist teachers in the world. A retired graphic designer, acupuncturist...

BioInformatics, LLC New Report - Capitalizing on New Opportunities for Stem Cell Products

...C Biosciences, Nasdaq: SIAL ) Stem Cell Sciences (AIM: STEM) Stemcell Technologies Thermo Fisher Scientific (Hyclone, NYSE: TMO ) zen Bio Life science suppliers can use this study to determine areas poised for growth (i.e., media, sera, supplements and cell lines) in the stem...

Robin Leedy & Associates Hires Director of Social Media

... Bullygoat Records (Warner Bros.) where he helped launch Active Rock & Metal bands in digital media. Promoted to director of Artist Management for zen Media Group in 2004, Christian was responsible for managing online strategies for Anthrax, Mudvayne (Epic Records), Otep (Capitol), Bloodsimple (Warne...

Five Hot Show Ideas for Spring-Related Topics

...a telephone Relaxing Outdoors with Japanese zen Gardening At a time when stress seems inesc...about the inexpensive and relaxing art of Japanese zen gardening. Unlike traditional gardening with its perfectly shaped borders and high maintenance, zen gardening is free, wild, and soothing. CONTA...

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Zen in Biological Definition

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...mmanence ). In monotheistic mysticism , the mystical experience focuses upon unity with God. Essentially mystic movements include Vedanta , Yoga , zen and other schools of Buddhism , the Eleusian cults, Neoplatonism , Christian mystic orders , Jewish Kabbalah and Hasidism , Islamic Sufi...
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