Psy/201 Essay

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Associate Level Material
Appendix A

Meditation Worksheet

Directions: Locate two resources on the Internet that explain meditation techniques. Copy and paste the web address into the top of the matrix. After reviewing the website, provide a brief summary for each source. Below your summary, list two interesting facts you learned from each site. Try the techniques you located in your Internet search. Provide a brief description of what happened in your experience.

Be sure to answer the two questions below the matrix also.
|Web Address (URL): |http://www.project-meditation.org/meditation_techniques.html |http://www.freemeditation.com/meditation-basics/meditation-techniques/ |
| |Meditation helps people in many ways. It helps them to calm down, bring |Meditation is the best way to relieve stress, stay focused on the things you want to stay |
| |peace and serenity into their lives, to be one with their inner selves, |focused on and it will also help with your posture. Help you get more sleep; there are many |
| |to heal and improve their mental and physical health. Everyone can use |different mediation techniques. |
| |meditation; it is universal. A certain meditation will help you and | |
|Summary of resource: |yourself depending on your beliefs, culture and personalities. | |
| | |Foot soaking is a meditation (lukewarm salt water for 10-15 min) |
| |Mantra Meditation: The mantra meditation technique involves the conscious| |
| |repetitions of certain sounds that appeal to the mind in order to achieve|Foot soaking can help you sleep better, and wake up feeling more refreshes and have more |
|Two interesting |a meditative state. In other words Mantra means revealed sound, also a |energy. |
|Facts: |combination of sounds that develop. | |
| |Trataka Meditation: The Trataka meditation technique is one that has been| |
| |followed by many religious systems, for instance Christian. In this, a | |
| |steady gaze is performed on any one particular object. Trataka is an | |
| |established yoga cleansing technique and dedicated practice of the same | |
| |takes it to the highest level of meditation.…