a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practised for health and relaxation.
1. The action or practice of meditating. “a life of meditation”synonyms: contemplation, thought, thinking, musing, pondering, consideration, reflection, prayer, deliberation, study, rumination, cogitation, brooding, mulling over, reverie, brown study, concentration, speculation; rare cerebration
“Cultivating the presence of God in meditation and prayer”
2. A written or spoken discourse expressing considered thoughts on a subject. Plural noun: meditations
“This is not a mythopoetic meditation on manhood, it’s a historical study”
The purple ray draws our minds toward a tranquil setting, yet it still gives us a feeling or a need to do more.
A color closely related almost toward the priestly orders of the world, as this color has been widely used through the years to represent spiritual organizations.
When Rainbow `health refers to the purple ray of the Rainbow, it realizes the inner person more so than the outer garment, and thus has incorporated the study of Yoga and Meditation into this Rainbow Protocol.
As the Rainbow Protocol’s are set out to provide a model toward a healthy living, the art of Yoga and Meditation weather spiritual or not, are the purest forms of non bias art practice for self discovery and gives the body the nourishment it needs to stay physically and mentally fit.
To find out more about what Rainbow Health Offers as its integrated health program for Yoga * Meditation go to the Rainbow Protocol page under the heading Yoga & Meditation or just select the purple Yoga & Meditation button to the rightYoga & Meditation