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What is meditation?Meditation is a conversation you have with the mind, body and breath. When these three parts of you are working together, the imagination opens, the physical body relaxes, and the breath slows down.
The outer world pushes your thoughts, moods and emotions in many directions. Meditation gives you a much-needed break from external noise and distractions so you can explore your inner world. Once you’re settled in the inner world, you are able to gather messages, gain clarity and generate positive moods.
Meditation works when you approach it as a practice, not a pass/fail test. It’s a lifelong opportunity to grow and appreciate the things, people, and experiences that challenge and inspire you.
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In a fast-moving world, slowing down can be tricky – even weird. And the body and mind crave quiet and stillness like you crave chocolate! Like singing and walking in nature, meditating is a much-needed pause from stress, uncertainty, and change.
Meditation helps you connect with your inner self while developing a deeper appreciation of your gifts, relationships, and body. In other words, this technique trains the body and brain to relax, find balance, be creative, and easily sleep.
Science has proven that meditation helps your body remember its natural well-being. Each time you meditate, your body knows it’s time to reduce stress and anxiety, release tension, and imagine greater health and contentment.
You can meditate on anything, yes, anything! Whether you seek Peace, Love and Joy, purpose, or well-being, meditation activates dreams, potential, and healing. Think of it this way: the mind loves it when it shuts off the task list and heads for blue skies!
A beginner’s mind in meditation welcomes surprises and revelations. Don’t give up meditation because your mind drifts to something that bothers you. Don’t stop meditating because you’re uncomfortable. The practice of slowing down, even for five minutes a day, can be life-changing.
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What are the benefits of meditation?
Have you ever had a day when you feel like you’ve been shot out of a cannon? Before you get out of bed and your feet hit the ground, your mind races with all of the things you have to do. The phone begs you for attention as you anxiously scroll through texts and emails. Ugh. You find out there are more things to add to your task list.
Maybe you’ve had one or two days on high speed like this one. Or you may be living on overdrive every day. In a year from now, how do you think you’re body and mind will react to the intense demands you’re placing on it today?
Become aware of the many gifts in your life by:
- Flowing more and hurrying less.
- Shining bright and worrying less.
- Being compassionate and hurting less.
Through meditation, these gifts arrive at your doorstep every time you close your eyes and step into your happy place. By pumping the body and mind with positive thoughts and breathwork, you’ll minimize moments of being sad, out of sorts, stressed and anxious.
The body’s systems, like the immune and nervous systems, especially appreciate meditation. Science has repeatedly proven that meditation helps your body remember its natural well-being. Each time you meditate, your body knows it’s time to reduce stress and fear, release tension, and imagine greater health and contentment.
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What is Guided Meditation?
Meditation helps you connect with your inner self while developing a deeper appreciation of your gifts, relationships, and body. In other words, this practice trains the body and brain to focus, find balance, be creative, and easily sleep.
One type of meditation is called Guided Meditation. This can be done in the form of an audio or video recording. A teacher invites you to relax the body, tune into the breath, and open the mind.
Here’s how guided meditation works: Picture a TV set above your head. The remote control is in your hands. As you change the channels, various shows appear on TV. Some programs are happy and carefree and others are sad and heavy.
You decide to flip to your favorite channel called Meditation. Within moments you enter a state of relaxation and unlock your mind to unlimited potential and possibilities. At the end of the meditation, you are invited to take the messages, guidance, and insights with you and incorporate them into yourself and your relationships.
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What are some basic meditation techniques?
A great meditation practice is a simple one. To optimize your experience, try these ten techniques. You can play around with these options and discover your comfort level. You got this!
- Find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed.
- Sit in a chair or rest against the wall and support the back
- Close your eyes.
- From a seated position, press both feet into the ground.
- Lengthen your spine.
- Drop your shoulders.
- Loosen the jaw.
- Rest your hands on your lap, palms face up.
- Meditate at the same time each day.
- Be open to the adventure.