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Agreement between the principals that the patient has a chronic illness should not mean confirmation of unavoidable disability, however. Traveling is one expression of the desire to cross boundaries. Meditation Is Like Z Lastly, meditation is like Z because meditation is zen. This zen can finally bring you some peace. It may be the final step to help you finally release. This Z of Meditation reminds me of Ravi Zacharias who says: No matter how much we try to run away from this thirst for the answer to life, for the meaning of life, the intensity only gets stronger and stronger. We cannot escape these spiritual hungers. Meditation every day can help you change your life. It can be the tool that is needed to eliminate your life's strife. Tuning in to your inner guidance happens during a time of peaceful calm when you have allowed your old beliefs and mind chatter to be quiet for a while. During this time, bring forth the vision of your desire and ask your inner guidance whether specific ideas, hunches, or nudges you have experienced are helpful for you to follow. You are seeking a resonance, a match to the eager feeling of intention that you originally put forth. If, for example, you originally desired a peaceful solution to a difficult problem and you are now seeking your inner wisdom on how to proceed, you will know you are in touch with this inner guidance when you have a peaceful, eager, happy feeling associated with the thought or vision of what to do. Your inner guidance emotions will be similar to the feelings you had when you activated your intention. Sometimes you may be unclear on whether you are feeling your inner guidance or something else. If this happens, you can use the yes/no signal strategy from the last article to feel confirmation of your guidance. Being present to your guidance allows you to confidently make decisions and know you will receive the fulfillment of your desires. As experiences come into your life that you have not set your intentions to receive, you will notice that you can still use your full intuitive power for navigating your circumstance.

If you have an illness, for example, you can set your intentions for healing and be aware of your inner guidance for the ways in which healing can happen for you. Indeed, the practitioner must seek to prevent the undesirable social and psychological consequences of chronicity. The Mini-Ethnography An ethnography is a description by an anthropologist of the lives and world of the members of a society, usually one different from his own. Traditionally, the ethnographer visited a foreign culture, learned the language, and then systematically described the social environment, the changing contexts of experience and interactions. The ethnographer observes the ecological setting; The ethnographer, first, tries to get things right from the native's point of view. To accomplish this, he practices an intensive, systematic, and imaginative empathy with the experiences and modes of thought of persons who may be foreign to him but whose foreignness he comes to appreciate and to humanely engage. The ethnographer does not seek to go native--to become a Maasai warrior, a Kung Bushman gatherer, a Mbuti Pygmy hunter, or a Yanomami shaman--but rather he struggles to learn to see things the way natives do, to enter into their experiential world. Observation is a key ethnographic task, as is the establishment of relationships of trust and collaboration in which observation can be conducted. The tools of the ethnographer's craft are interviews, participant-observation in both everyday and special activities, and collection of available data sources (census, household, financial, family tree, life history, and so forth). A few minutes is all it takes to explore your inner self. Practicing that every day is guaranteed to bring to you that enlightened pray. Final Words & Your Own Spiritual Journey Begins Now Zen is your own manifestation and Zen is what you take with you every step you make and wherever you go. Zen is universal and Zen is everywhere. Zen is like a shadow that silently follows you. Zen is nothingness, on one hand, but on the other hand it is what makes you You! The objective of Zen is therefore staying true to you. To reach your Zen do everything you can: manifest, keep and maintain a daily ritual that keeps you balanced and on the right way.

The goal of this daily ritual is to find your way of enlightenment, your way of happiness, your way of inner peace, your way of mindfulness and bliss, your balance of ying and yang and your way of the ultimate truth. Perhaps your inner guidance leads you to reduce stress in your life or to mend important relationships, or maybe it provides insight on which treatment options are best for you. If an accident has happened and caused damage to your home or financial stability, you might set your intentions for financial abundance and safety for you and your family. Your intuition may nudge you to seek a new job or a new place to live. Notice Your Wishes as Fulfilled You are continually creating and shaping your life within our shared energy field. You can become powerful by noticing all the things you love and want more of. When you focus on what you want more of, it will bring a lift of gratitude to your heart, and that lift of appreciation automatically pulls your emotion waves into sync and boosts them with a spike of quantum activation. That activation sends forth multitudes of energy waves into our shared field. Your energy waves seek connection with similar waves, and as they connect you feel a burst of inspiration for more opportunities to fill your world with what makes you happy. Notice what makes you happy, and share that with others. After describing the native point of view, the anthropologist places it in the context of changing political, economic, and social worlds. He translates the local customs into technical terms that enable comparisons across different cultures. The product of this work is the ethnography: a written record that interprets his findings in light of major social and psychological themes. The ethnography draws on knowledge of the context to make sense of behavior. It tells a story of sorts about the people studied--disclosing myths, rituals, daily activities, and problems. The validity of an ethnography comes from the accuracy of observations and the appropriateness of the ethnographer's interpretations. The interpretation benefits from the ethnographer's having one foot in the culture he is studying and one foot outside it. As a foreigner, he can see aspects of social structure and personal experience that are taken for granted by the natives, but which reveal to his eyes deep cultural principles and disguised sociopolitical influences. Thus, his interpretation also aims to be a cultural deconstruction--a decoding--that his native subjects will find different from their conventional common sense.

In fact, the ethnographer's interpretation frequently challenges common-sense understandings. Never forget about the mind body connection because this is how you will ultimately find your true way of Zen. Only by understanding and living that mind body connection will you be able to ultimately live your life in the Zen way. Lastly, never, never forget your life is yours to live and your mind is yours to be mindful with. It is always you who chooses to live and think, or to think and live because only you can manifest your life and your body and your mind. When you do not choose to think about how you intend to live, or when you do not choose to live it like you think, it lives and it thinks you. Never ever let that happen to you! When you manifest and occupy your mind and your body and when you consciously choose to live and think your life, you will be enabled to lead a happy life and a deep spirituality and this is how you will reach your way of Zen like a very wise man! And always, always remember these words of the ultimate Zen truth if you find yourself on the wrong way. You cannot travel the path until you have become the path itself- Buddha About The Author You will be activating more of it in your field of life. If you want more harmony and peace in your life, notice the peaceful, harmonious things in your current moment and give understanding and goodwill in each of your challenging situations. If you want more friendships in your life, notice the friendships you currently have and give your friendship to someone who may need it. If you want more financial abundance in your life, feel appreciation for the money that you currently have and give some to others. If you want more success in your life, notice the ways in which you are currently successful and help someone else have success in their life. When you feel grateful for the things that make you happy, you automatically boost similar-frequency energy waves to go to work for you in the energy field. And when you give to others what you desire for yourself, you grow more of that same happy energy in your field. At the same time, you are increasing your opportunities for the energy waves of connection to bring you more of your desires. Notice the current ways that your wishes are fulfilled, and feel your inner guidance of nudges and inspirational ideas that will connect you with your fulfilled wishes in the future.

Fulfill Someone Else's Wish By making explicit the process of interpretation, the ethnography is open to challenge, refinement, and correction by other students of the same culture. Because interpretation can be strongly influenced by the conceptual commitments and professional biases of the ethnographer, a good ethnography clarifies these concerns through a kind of self-criticism of the ethnographer's own point of view. That is to say, the ethnographer ends up juxtaposing different perspectives on the same events to work out a more valid understanding. This perspectivism is one of the strengths of the anthropological approach: the ethnographer is deeply respectful of alternative interpretations--especially those of his informants--and he does not exempt his interpretation from the criticism to which he exposes the others. But neither does he expect that the most valid interpretation is one that his informants would share. He is aware that knowledge of local social reality can be hidden to those who dwell in that reality--though often it isn't. Master ethnographers and clinicians, though their work is quite different, nonetheless tend to share a sensibility. They both believe in the primacy of experience. They are more like observational scientists than experimentalists. Like the poet and the painter, they are strongly drawn to the details of perception. Juliana Baldec lives the Meditation and Yoga lifestyle herself and has written several article series about the topic of meditation and yoga. She also co-authored a article series together with her sister Alecandra Baldec who is a Yoga instructor. Juliana is also a very passionate health author and publisher and has written several article series about the Smoothie Lifestyle and the Paleo Smoothie lifestyle as well as Fast Juicing and a series of Health Recipes for Life because she integrates a healthy lifestyle with her meditation and yoga lifestyle. Her story of recovery from an incurable illness has inspired her over the years to help many other sufferers around the world to take a peak into the wonderful world of meditation and yoga and that she combines with a healthy and nutritious selection of ingredients. She has found a cure of her Asthma and sleeping problem by sticking to a combination of these 5 key components: The Meditation Ritual The Yoga Ritual Healthy & Nutritious Eating & Drinking Ritual with a scrumptious Smoothie, Juicing, and Paleo Lifestyle Minimalism Ritual (including things like Feng Shui, Tea Ceremony, Declutter, Organization)