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Axia College 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. PSY/201
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PSY/201 Web Address (URL): http://www.project- Summary of resource: Known as Movement Meditation Tai Chi is similar to Yogi because it also incorporates controlled movement, carefully controlling the muscles in your body (legs, torso, arms and just about all other parts of the body. Unlike many other forms of meditation you are not required to sit and close your eyes but you must move your chi through your body to reach points of pain and rid your body of stress. The Tai Chi has been around for roughly hundred years and is known to be an ancient Chinese practice created to channel your concentration into the movements of your body and align those thoughts with focus to the mind. Based on the ancient Vedic tradition of India passed on for
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course PSY201 psy201 taught by Professor Danagreiner during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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