Meditation & Mindfulness
Inner balance is not something that comes easily for most of us. We live in a world where there’s often a lot going on at once: we have many responsibilities and many expectations placed on us every day by others (and sometimes by ourselves). This can result in high levels of stress and anxiety, which can lead to physical ailments like headaches or stomach problems if left unchecked over time.
We don’t always see those connections between our thoughts and feelings on one hand (which leads us down certain paths) and our health on the other hand (which may be affected by those same paths).
Meditation is an approach to training the mind and improving concentration and focus. This could entail following the breath, repeating a single word or mantra, staring at a candle flame, listening to a repetitive gong, listening to a guided meditation, focussing on “nothing”, or counting beads on a mala.
Mindfulness meditation encourages the practitioner to observe wandering thoughts as they drift through the mind. The intention is not to get involved with the thoughts or to judge them, but simply to be aware of each mental note as it arises. Through mindfulness meditation, you can see how your thoughts and feelings tend to move in particular patterns. Over time, you can become more aware of the human tendency to quickly judge an experience as good or bad, pleasant or unpleasant. With practice, an inner balance develops.
Meditation and mindfulness are two practices that are starting to appear in more and more places around the world. They have been proven to reduce stress, increase relaxation, and improve concentration. It is an approach to training the mind and improving concentration and focus. Through meditation, you can see how your thoughts and feelings tend to move in particular patterns. Over time, you can become more aware of the human tendency to quickly judge an experience as good or bad, pleasant or unpleasant. With practice, an inner balance develops.
Mindfulness meditation is a type of focused attention that involves observing thoughts and feelings without judgment while focusing on breathing or some other object (like a candle flame). It has been shown to improve working memory capacity—the ability to remember things for short periods of time—and even improve physical health by increasing immune system response.
Empower Yourself. Heal Yourself
Meditation & Mindfulness can be used to help with
- Will Power
- High/Low BP
- Improved Blood Circulation
- More energy
- Any Organ Failure
- Digestion/Metabolism Problems
- Problems with Liver, Lungs, Kidneys, Heart, etc.
- Blood-Related Problems
- Speech Disorders