Thoughts are things. In my latest album, I wrote a meditation inspired by two writers in the field of Theosophy. Here's an article I wrote about this meditation and these concepts on theosophy.net. They outline how our thoughts are not insignificant, and that it is our duty to watch what we think, as well as what we say.
Here's a blog I wrote on my personal website about yoga and meditation, based off of the yoga sutra's eight limbs of meditation. I am receiving my official yoga teacher training certification from Yoga Alliance this spring, and I was inspired to write this blog based on what I'd learned through the course. It essentially points out that Yoga is an ancient phenomenon rooted in meditation, and only in recent times has it changed into being focused on body positions and asana! In fact, most of modern hatha yoga is based on 19th Century British gymnastics, not ancient practice! Read the blog...
Watch the Breath
Articles on mindfulness meditation.