Yoga Meditation for Relaxation

Submitted by Jerry Parker on December 21, 2012

Meditation and relaxation methods that teach us to attain the level of Dhyana is a continuing process. It is a long winding path never the end of the journey. Meditation practices are numerous. However the correct and precise meditation methods lead the practitioner to greater calm, stillness and peace of mind. What exactly does the word Dhyana really mean? It simply means that you are able to focus your thoughts...


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