Meditation no longer belongs solely to the worlds of pseudo-science and spirituality, but has now been embraced by modern science as well.
Meditation has been extensively tested in laboratories around the world and is proven to help heal the body and mind of illnesses and disorders.
Eric Harrison, Australian meditation teacher and founder of The Perth Meditation Centre, claims to have received around a quarter of his 15,000-plus clients as referrals from the medical profession.
Another respected Australian meditation teacher, Dr Ian Gawler, who used meditation to defeat a diagnosed terminal cancer, also cites the Relaxation Response as being a powerful tool for self-healing (we’ll look at exactly what the Relaxation Response is later in these articles). Practitioners of meditation believe this springs from the average person’s inability to disconnect from the stress of past events or perceived future threats. In short – we are a society of perpetual ‘worry warts’, and many people fail to recognize this as fact, or indeed simply lack the skills to do anything about it. In the second post in this three-part series we will look at what the Relaxation Response is, how your body reacts to stress and why it’s bad for you.
Seamus Anthony is a musician, writer and entrepreneur who lives in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges, near Melbourne, Australia.
Finally, I learned the proper way to breathe in order to relax your body and stretch properly. Fasting is another growing area where the Western world is finally catching up to the rest of the world in realizing the amazing healing benefits of it — not to mention it’s a safe way to lose a lot of weight and keep it off if you retrain your thoughts about food during the fast by, you guessed it!, meditation! And in a reciprocal way, it is amazing how a lighter, healthier diet (and less booze) makes for a much easier, cleaner meditation experience.
Excellent post on a topic I am fascinated by since discovering mantra meditation has enhanced my life but I have so many questions in my mind about meditation. Does anyone know if there are types of meditation that are classified as more beneficial, or does it not matter?
In my opinion most kinds of meditation are beneficial, as to which degree they benefit you personally is something you’d need to test.
Ahh, an interesting subject that I, as a recovering alcoholic, don’t think I could survive without.


I just decided to look for a meditation class to help me jump start my meditation practice. Today most people complain about not being able to concentrate to actually start with the meditation.
If you have any kind of health complaint at all then meditation can help you to get better. If you are in good shape and want to stay this way, then regular meditation is a good idea.
A recent survey of General Practitioners found that up to 80% of doctors had referred patients to practitioners of the three most popular Complementary Therapies – which included meditation, along with acupuncture and hypnosis. As a result, more and more people are turning to meditation as a simple, cheap, and effective method of self-therapy.
Key to this is the fact that meditation helps lower blood pressure and strengthens the immune system.
In his book ‘How Meditation Heals the Body and Mind’ (1999, Perth Meditation Center), Harrison claims that an even wider array of ailments can be managed with meditation.
His work promoting meditation as therapy for cancer and other illnesses earned him an Order of Australia Medal.
Whilst walking down the street, a person may not be doing anything stressful in that moment but may nonetheless be highly agitated due to the tendency of the mind to constantly mull over past or future problems.
Even those who would not be described as ‘highly agitated’ or ‘chronically stressed’ are often still afflicted by a subtle level of tension which inhibits the mind from switching back into the Relaxation Response.
Even low-tech hippies like me still compulsively check work emails “just quickly” before dinner and get interrupted on weekends by work related calls. While longer does not mean better for me personally I enjoy meditating for an hour most times. There is no problem with either in my opinion, just never believe any teacher who says their way is the only way to meditate.
I find meditation very helpful for my fertility patients and find that they are usually able to relax on the treatment table longer if they’re listening to a meditation.


Daily meditation and regular acupuncture treatments are key to staying healthy and stress free.
It is effective both as means to prevent disease, and as a means to cure, manage or slow the effects of existing conditions.
He suggests that by initiating the popularly cited ‘Relaxation Response’, the body is able to ward off or effectively slow and manage the effects of not just high blood pressure, but insomnia, fatigue, headaches, gastro-intestinal problems, infertility, sexual problems, and anxiety attacks. This occurs even though none of these problems may have anything to do with walking down the street. This might be part-and-parcel of an interesting and otherwise rewarding career, but nevertheless it takes its toll on our ability to deeply relax. I don’t necessarily sit Indian style and hum, but it definitely has become part of my life. There were periods where I meditated for an hour twice a day and felt it was very beneficial. I recognize the value and look forward to the day when meditating is part of my daily practice. Furthermore, Time went on to say that “it’s becoming increasingly hard to avoid meditation. It is used as treatment for “heart conditions, AIDS, cancer, and infertility … depression, hyperactivity, and Attention Deficit Disorder” (Time).
If you are always contactable, then you are never really “switched-off”, and yet, as you will see in my next two articles, this is a vital requirement in the quest for good health. In fact over at Rebel Zen we are about to release an e-book on just this topic so please check out this article then join our mailing list to find out more. I think I can remember a quote from the Buddha saying that the bliss from spiritual practice is a good thing.



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