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Sunday, November 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883


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UPDATED: Wed., May 29, 2019

Golden State guard Klay Thompson adds meditation to his mental preparation

The Golden State guard needed something more to balance out his basketball routine, so he added meditation to help him get centered before games and better deal with the pressures …

Can meditation help kids with autism better cope with sensory overload?

There is relatively little formal research on the benefits of meditation on children with autism, but pediatric occupational therapists have been unofficially using mindfulness with their patients for years.

Meditation expert tells us what the science really says – and why multitasking is a ‘myth’

So you fell asleep easily enough, but now it’s 3 a.m. Your mind is spinning, and rest is elusive. You’re reliving every foolish or embarrassing thing you did in the …

Creating Community: Finding peace and tranquility through Tibetan singing bowls

Debbie Miller uses Tibetan singing bowls to guide meditation.

Meditation found to reduce stress, anxiety in seniors

For an hour, the group sat in a circle, quiet and still. Not a yawn. Not a nose scratch. Not a twitch. The seniors were all in a state of …

Religion Notebook: Shopping will aid a cause

Spokane Shalom Ministries, 518 W. Third Ave., will present Shop for a Cause on Saturday. Shoppers can buy a discount pass for $5 that will give them a 25 percent …

Pointing the way to peace of mind

The ancient practice of meditation has a lot to offer your mental, physical and spiritual health. But if you think that it’s instantly going to “chill you out,” think again. …

Pathways to peace

You’ve probably seen them in your travels. Perhaps you’ve mistaken them for an alien ship’s landing pad and you ran for the hills or you’ve simply wondered about the curious, …