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Wildmind Meditation News

May 14, 2010

Hospitals rethink spiritual spaces, create meditation rooms

They have space for prayer rugs and windows facing east – but no pews or religious symbols. They are called meditation rooms, sanctuaries where families can pray for patients, and doctors can pause for spiritual refreshing.

At least three area hospitals have plans to open meditation rooms – or expand and revise what were once known as chapels – for nondenominational observance. Reasons range from the changing needs of hospital staff, with more Muslims seeking a place to follow daily rituals, to the evolving view of medicine that the body and soul can heal together.

“When people are facing the ultimate spiritual and existential crisis such as illness, they need a quiet place to go,” …

Wildmind Meditation News

Dec 22, 2002

Peace meditation in Sri Lanka’s Parliament

In view of ushering peace and prosperity to the country, all parliamentarians will observe meditation and take part in inter-religious services. Read more