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Soul Over Mind Reflective Meditation
This verse is for reflection in the quiet portion of your meditation. If you wish, take a few lines at a time in each meditation.

Meditation and Kinesthetic Ebooks for Teaching
All these meditation and kinesthetic ebooks for kids and teens have elements to develop the mind and body connection.

Guided Meditation on Forgiving
A guided meditation on forgiving.

World Peace Meditation - Daily Cyber Group
Join me in a group meditation for world peace - right from where you are.

Developing Compassion
Compassion is mainly learned. It is by the loving example shown us that we grow to see the best way to treat others.

The Yoga of the Bhagavad Gita - Book Review
An inspiriting book to search for self-realization in this very lifetime.

Emotion to Devotion Meditation
Feeling emotion is part of our nature. It is more than feeling happy and smiling and crying when sad. Emotional feelings of joy bring forth a rush of energy in our body and positive thoughts to mind.

Active in Love by Actions of Love Meditation
Love is shown and visible through its fruits, its action. We can be sitting in a room thinking about loving someone or doing some charity work, but until we actually act upon it, using energy to make our ideas come about, we don't see the love.

Temptation and Self-Control Meditation
Giving into temptation comes when we lose self-control. Temptation is out in the world in many forms and it takes a strong backbone to resist what we know is not good for us or will hurt others.

Prayer or Reflection Technique
To begin, sit straight on a cushion on the floor, or on a chair in a quiet spot where you will not be disturbed.

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