Heal Yourself Through Meditation


For the majority of my life Iíve had a meditation practice. Though meditation Iíve healed addiction, emotional distress and even physical conditions. In this video I share about the power of stillness and the healing benefits of meditation. For more on this topic check out Dr. Lissa Rankinís book Mind Over Medicine. If youíre seeking guidance on how to begin your meditation practice, click here.


heather g.
heather g4 years ago

I meditate regularly and love the peace it brings and a feeling of being in touch with universal love.

Unfortunately, I'm easily unsettled by loud aggressive people and loud noise so still have lots of learn and much to practise.

Donna Ferguson
Donna F4 years ago

efforts at meditation and spirituality really change the games inside our heads!

Sasi C.
Sasi C.4 years ago

Love it.Thank you.

Judy Apelis
Judy A4 years ago

Thank you

Shirley E.
Shirley E4 years ago

I'm a devotee of meditation but although it heals the mind I haven't yet got it to heal the body. My poor eyes have been relentlessly sore and teary for the last 10 years although I've visualised them healthy many times - and I'm definitely not a cry baby!

Mari 's
Mari 's4 years ago

Wish I could keep that peaceful state going all the time. How many times can you heal slander? And yelling with !!!

Billy S.
Billy S.4 years ago

Meditation is far from a placebo. I have been involved in mind/body research and practice and have been recommending meditation and mindfulness to my psychotherapy practice clients for almost 4 decades and the results are consistently positive and lasting. Meditation and mindfulness are powerful adjuncts to the healing process. Often it is helpful to have some instruction for meditation. I usually suggest they work with the meditations at this website, http://www.lightunlimitedpublishing.com. The quality and effectiveness are extraordinary. Now they can even be downloaded which makes compliance much easier.

One can argue all day about the effectiveness of meditation or mindfulness or one can try it and see for oneself. I usually recommend the second option.

Luna Starr
luna starr4 years ago

I think it may "help" but not heal I am proof

Lynn C.
Lynn C4 years ago


Rob Argento
Rob Argento4 years ago

This is so important. I used to do this twice a day, once in the morning and again before bedtime. It really works. Now that I've gotten addicted to the insane multitasking lifestyle of the Information Age it's harder to keep the discipline.

But THANKS for reminding us!