Ozge Ozkaya

Author Ozge Ozkaya is from Turkey and he enjoys compiling articles for freemeditation.com. He loves playing soccer, watching movies and meditating whenever is possible. :-) He has been in the beautiful world of Sahaja Meditation since 2000.

Posts by Ozge Ozkaya

Have you ever imagined a day which your mind doesn’t produce any thoughts or reactions? A complete silence and calmness, full of peace. No stress, no anxiety, no temper! Let’s introspect ourselves and see how much of our day is spent in total silence…

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Albert Einstein was one of the most prominent figures of last century. For most of us, he is considered to have been geniality personified. Not only was he ground-breaking on many fields of physics. He was also a philosopher, author and probably the most influential scientist ever…

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Music that has soothing affect can help many of us reaching the state of meditation. Indian classical music as well as Western classical pieces can deliver this positive affect. Also the our current mood may determine the choice of music…

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The enjoyment of meditation can only come if one can reach the state of mental silence. How is your experience during the meditation? Do you sometimes find it difficult to enter the state of mental silence?…

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Meditation is becoming a must in our daily life and many of us have been already enjoying the benefits. The time you spend for a meditation session however can vary. Let’s see how long you meditate for…

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In many people the second chakra and the third are weak on the right hand side because of unhealthy conditions within the liver. These simple treatments should soothe your liver and help your health in general…

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Scientists study it. Doctors recommend it. Millions of Americans–many of whom don’t even own crystals–practice it every day. Why? Because meditation works…{TIME Magazine}

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In common with other Sufi masters, the essence of Rumi’s teaching is the primacy of Divine Love and the idea of Tawheed (unity). Rumi believed that all religions are basically one. The seeker longs to be reunited with the Beloved (the primal root) from which he has been cut off…

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The sahasrara is situated in the limbic area of the brain. Our head is like a coconut fruit: the coconut is covered with hair. Then, we find a hard shell and finally a black pellicle. Our brain is made in the same way…

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Foot soaking is an important part of meditation and it has been recommended that anyone serious about progressing in meditation should foot soak every night. Salt water is particularly good for the cleansing the first three chakras…

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