Albert Flynn DeSilver
For more than 2,500 years the benefits of meditation have been celebrated throughout Asia. And now here in the west science is catching up citing these benefits in more than 1,500 professional peer medical journals.
When we learn mindfulness techniques or even advance meditation practices we open up our lives to new possibilities for health, well-being, improved relationships, and spiritual awakening.
Welcome to the gateway of your creativity!
This audio program is designed to help you. . .
- Amplify and enhance your creativity.
- Promote general relaxation, calming of the nervous system and creating peace of mind.
- Create space for new ideas and unique thought.
- Reduce general stress in body and mind.
- Improve focus and attention, reducing distractions and attention deficits.
- Celebrate increased creative productivity.
- Helps sooth and alleviate anxiety and even depression.
- Improve sleep, rest and recovery.
Track 1. Welcome to the Gateway of Your Creativity
Track 2. Creativity & Possibility
Track 3. Creativity & Imagination
Track 4. Creativity & Devotion
Track 5. Creativity & Grace
Track 6. Creativity & The Poetry of Being
Track 7. Creativity, Gratitude & Appreciation
*Program length: After a six minute introduction each meditation is about 15 minutes long. Total length about 110 Minutes.
How Mindfulness and Meditation Can Help You
Alleviate Stress. Stress is linked to a long list of illnesses including heart attacks, hypertension, diabetes, asthma, chronic pain, insomnia, allergies, headache, backache, various skins disorders, cancer, accidents, suicide, depression, immune system weakness, decreases in the number and function of white blood cells.
Stay healthy and at peace! In a recent study, meditators showed hospitalization rates more than 80% less than non-meditators for heart disease, more than 50% less for benign and malignant tumors, 30% less for infectious diseases, and 50% less for out-patient doctor visits.
Have trouble sleeping? Meditators report getting to sleep and staying asleep easier. In a recent study at Stanford Medical Center, following a meditation course, the insomniacs got to sleep twice as quickly as before, taking 20 minutes as opposed to 40 minutes. At the end of the study, approximately 60% of the participants no longer qualified as insomniacs. In another follow up study, 12 months later, they found the majority of benefits had remained. In a study at the University of Massachusetts Medical School following the implementation of meditation with 102 insomniacs, 58% reported significant improvements and 91% of those using medication either reduced their dose or eliminated its use completely.
Meditation helps with productivity, helping you do less and accomplish more. Research has also shown that mindfulness meditation has been found to increase focus & attention, and improve multitasking ability. It has also been shown to improve memory, enhance creativity and original thinking.
Your Teacher and Guide:
Albert Flynn DeSilver is an internationally published poet, writer, speaker, and meditation workshop leader. Albert has been practicing many forms of meditation for more than twenty years having studied with Thai meditation master Ajahn Jumnian as well as legendary teachers Jack Kornfield and Adayashanti here in the west. Albert taught for years in the teen and family program at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, and now teaches adult meditation retreats nationally at Spirit Rock, the Omega Institute, Esalen and elsewhere.
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Music Composed, Produced, and Mixed by David Sheffler.
Recorded at Sound Arts Studios in Joshua Tree, California December 1-4 , 2016
Introduction voice by Sant Khalsa
Words © 2016 Albert Flynn DeSilver
Music © 2016 David Sheffler & Sound Arts Publishing
Unauthorized duplication is prohibited by law.
*Though these meditations are incredibly powerful and you may experience a general sense of relaxation and well-being, they are not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illness or disease, physical, mental, or psychological—and are not meant to replace any existing medical interventions.