The Meditation Blog

Explores meditative practice, experience and research. All the bloggers practise Acem Meditation.

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  • Lightness of Being

    Meditating Queen

    – staying afloat in trying times. In this picture, «Lightness of Being», Queen Elizabeth II is photographed by Chris Levine (copyright the artist 2008-2020). Meditation represents an opportunity to slow down, pause and reflect. The [...]

Meditating Queen

April 7th, 2020|

– staying afloat in trying times.

In this picture, «Lightness of Being», Queen Elizabeth II is photographed by Chris Levine (copyright the artist 2008-2020).

Meditation represents an opportunity to slow down, pause and reflect. The true contribution of meditation in our trying corona times may be something Queen Elizabeth II touched upon in her speech to her […]

Tips for those who want to establish a regular meditation practice

March 19th, 2020|

If you are able to establish a regular meditation practice, you will get more out of Acem Meditation. You decide how much you want to meditate, but Acem’s recommendation is 2 x 30 or 1 x 45 minutes each day. Here are some tips on how to establish and maintain a regular meditation practice.

By Eirik Jensen, Eva […]

International retreats summer 2020

March 8th, 2020|

NB! Early Bird price before 1 June for non-Scandinavians.

International Regular Retreat 25 July – 1 August

Halvorsbøle International Retreat Centre, Oslo, Norway

 This retreat is suitable for:

– Those who want to practice meditation at the three hour level for the first time

– Those who already have experience with the three-hour level

– Those who […]

Going to the core! – Training in Interpersonal Communication

March 1st, 2020|

There is nothing quite like it. When you hear about a communication course, you are likely to think of super-expensive professional training courses with lots of talks and power-points, providing you with slogan-like principles and starry-eyed promises of life-changing transformations far beyond the limits of credibility.

Focus on group work

At Acem’s training in interpersonal communication, […]

Wandering in our free mental zone

February 23rd, 2020|

By Carl Henrik Grøndahl

Not a feeling

The free mental attitude is associated with action, with the way we do something, sense, think, speak, act. When we enter the driver’s seat of a car for the first time, we aren’t able to drive effortlessly while simultaneously participating in a joyful or interesting conversation. The mental capabilities required […]

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