The meditation sound should be adjusted to the spontaneous activities of the mind. When the meditation is more on the silent side, we repeat the meditation sound more subtly than usual. Attempting new ways of repeating the sound will involve increasing our inner freedom, beyond what we are usually capable of. We should not be restricted by habitual patterns of reaction. The challenge is to meet the new situations with an open mind.
Meditative practices have flourished in widely different parts of Eurasia, yet historical research on such practices is limited. Research to date has focused on contexts rather than actual practices, and within […]
Large waves of global interest in meditation over the last half century have all focused on techniques stemming from Hinduism, Buddhism and Daoism. This collection of essays explores […]
PhD, Professor, Acem Initiator
In what climate do you meditate? Is it easy to repeat your meditation sound and to let spontaneous thoughts come and go? When is it more difficult? When there are many thoughts, or no recognized thoughts, or when you have a tendency to fall asleep? Or perhaps when thoughts about […]
Sister GilChrist at Acem’s communication course
Denyse Lavigne says things about the benefits of Acem’s training in interpersonal communication that almost any participant could say:
It helped me get in touch with my own […]
Acem Meditation has been developed in Scandinavia – by doctors, psychologists and other professionals firmly based in the Western secular and scientific tradition. Acem Meditation fits well with a Nordic outlook and life style. It’s rather like taking a refreshing and contemplative walk in the woods – inside you.