MEDITATION

When the little mind rests in the heart, it quiets down,
and we become aware of the innate Intelligence of our Being.
We are in alignment, having
access to the fullness of who we are.
Then, our natural peace, vitality, harmony
and joy permeates every aspect of our lives.
Graciela Bilis


Mind At Heart Meditation (M@H) is a mental and emotional self-regulation meditation practice that people of all ages and cultures can practice to relieve stress and break through to greater levels of personal balance, stability, creativity, intuitive insight, and fulfillment.Graciela Bilis, MS, MEd, LCPC developed Mind At Heart Meditation™ with the intention to make it accessible to anyone who wants to learn to meditate and gain its benefits.


After decades of meditating, earning certifications, learning with teachers from all over the world, and practicing different modalities, the inspiration came to develop a modality that connected mind and heart. A meditation practice that could be learned in one sitting and practiced for 15 minutes daily.

(M@H) is simple, effortless, made to be a natural component of a contemporary lifestyle.
It utilizes a sound/mantra that aligns the mind with the heart.
It is based on the latest scientific findings about the heart’s intelligence and its influence on our psychology and physiology.

“Remarkably, we now know that the heart sends more neural traffic to the brain than the brain sends to the heart.” Dr.McCraty –HeartMath

Benefits                               Learning M@H                               Science behind M@H

Reducing stress through meditation leads to more coherent brain functioning

Research shows that alcohol, drugs, stress, and sleep deprivation physically change the brain, making it harder to focus, process information, and remember important things. According to published neuroimaging studies, meditation does the exact opposite–for learners of all ages.

By strengthening the circuits in the brain responsible for decision-making and executive functions, meditators experience more clarity and balance—even under stress. Studies also show that meditation leads to increased learning ability, growth of intelligence, and higher levels of creativity.

“Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.”
Carl Jung

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