Spiritual Benefits of Relaxation

In relaxation, your brain waves first move to the alpha level, just a peaceful relaxation, the kind you get daydreaming, in a hot bath at the end of the day, enjoying a favorite hobby, listening to peaceful music,meditating. Over 3000 studies have been done proving the benefits of deep relaxation on our health and well-being. But do you know it also affects your spirituality? Huna is one of the most ancient teachings on the planet, and also, since its teachings were hidden for so long, one of the most pure. I’ve studied psychology, neurolinguistic programming and hypnosis, but I have learned the most about the conscious, subconscious mind and Higher Self from Huna, especially how they communicate together. The Huna understanding of the conscious, subconscious and spiritual selves is deep and practical. In fact, mental health problems were practically non-existent for thousands of years in Hawaii before the arrival of… Read the rest....
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The Discipline of Relaxation

This is a great post by Serge Kahili King I’m happy to share here. “Sorry, I can’t talk to you now!” “Where’s that blasted folder I need for tomorrow’s meeting?” “I can’t stop thinking about what he/she did to me!” “Good grief! Where did the time go?” Etcera, etcetera… Many people today are dying or getting physically, emotionally, or mentally sick from being overstressed by work, by problems that they can’t or don’t know how to deal with, by anger at the past or fear of the future. Stress is a natural part of life, but only when it is counter-balanced by relaxation. Think of a wave. The rising of the wave is like engaging in activity and the falling of the wave is like relaxing and resting in preparation for new activity. The wave itself exists because of a natural resistance to movement and change – the stress effect… Read the rest....
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