Now I just love meditation, how it makes me feel, what it helps me create and how it has helped me grow mentally, physically and spiritually.
Well I’m here to say it shouldn’t be.
There are many scientific reports showing how beneficial meditation can be, and in these busy times where we are constantly on the go and surrounded by technology, it’s important to remember to take time out for us.
In recent years many people are becoming more aware of meditation and the health benefits it can bring. If you don’t feel it is something you can do on your own, but don’t want to join a meditation group why not try apps such as Headspace or Calm. Deepak Choprah, a great Spiritual advocate even does free 21 day meditation downloads. Or our friend Google will have a whole list of meditations to suit your needs from stress, insomnia, breath work, relaxation.
There are so many ways in which you can meditate take that moment. Not only will it make you feel calmer, happier, healthier and rested, it could awaken that idea that you never realised you had and give you a new lease of life, because you are taking time out to look after yourself.
I believe meditation is taking that mindful moment for you. So find and give yourself that 5 or 10 minutes daily, you deserve it.
Focusing on the breath can take you into meditation. By focusing on your breath it can help slow and calm you down, it can take you from anger to love, it can move you from sadness to gratitude. Awareness on the breath is so simple, free and can help change your life.
That moment can also just be turning off all technology, pouring yourself a cup of tea or glass of wine and sitting quietly in your favourite chair watching and listening to the world around you, Quieten your mind, relax your body and just be, connecting you back to you. It can be this simple to achieve extraordinary results.
If you would like further information on meditation or training please contact me to help you grow in this beautiful energy art.