Use this daily 10-minute meditation guide to ease yourself throughout the year.
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The Psychological Benefits of Meditation
There are a wide range of psychological benefits to meditation, and this is arguably its principle of primary function, or, at least, this was traditional its function in the Near East before it become so popular in Western society. The traditional aims that still remain are an increased confidence in one’s self and one’s ability to rationalize and see the world clearly. This, in turn, refracts, and boots serotonin which is the medical way of saying that it makes you a happier person than before.An Introduction to Meditation to Get You Started on Your Journey
Get Meditating Our modern life is busier than ever before and the pressure of life is mounting on what seems to be a daily basis. Mediation has been around for a long time and is here to stay, why not give it a try and see how it will clear your mind, give you more time and allow you to focus on whats important.How to Meditate: A Taoist Method for Grounding Yourself and for Healing!
When you meditate, you will often find, particularly when first starting out, you’re your brain will continue to race against your will, bringing all sorts of disconnected thoughts and concepts into play to try and keep you from achieving real stillness. The driving principle of the Taoist method is the harnessing of internal energy and using it to promote health, healing, and creativity. Here are some helpful tips!Meditation – Why Do It?
What those of us that have been meditating for a long time already know is that it slows your heart rate, oxygenates the body, reduces stress, sharpens mental focus and helps you to gain power over your emotions. And perhaps, more than any other reason, it is just so dang relaxing!When To Meditate
Any time is a good time to meditate; however, at a minimum, twice per day, although this is one case where more definitely IS better. The best times to meditate are in the morning upon awakening, and at night, before going to sleep, and if you can, at lunch time or mid-day.