Maintaining the chakras in harmony has been related to preserving mental and physical health for thousands of years. And you can open and strengthen the balance of your main chakras through this Guided Chakra meditation, and carry your health and mental attitude to a more balanced state.
5 Facts Every Woman Needs to Know About Meditation
Many of us women are living fast-paced lifestyles trying to balance our work, family and social lives which leads to stress and negative impacts on our mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. One simple and effective stress relieving technique I recommend is meditation. Meditation can bring a sense of calm and inner happiness to our lives and promote a feeling of peace and tranquility that often times get lost when we are busy trying to juggle everything we have to accomplish on a daily basis.Words That Heal And Kill
Did you ever make plans to go out to dinner with a friend or meet at a special place and have them stand you up? Well, this happened to me just the other night. Our plan was to meet at the party, but she never showed up.How to Meditate and Vipassana Meditation
Meditation, also know as mindfulness, is an amazing tool for finding perspective on life and giving yourself a truly new sense of awareness and being. By slowing down your mind and relaxing your body, you can really start to change your attitude, your outlook and your life.Blocked About Meditation? Part 2 of 2
Regular meditation brings many benefits, such as: increased brain function, creativity, physical health, and relationships; reduced stress; and a more evolved spiritual life. But for those with an active mind, traditional silent meditation can prove to be challenging. Here are two alternative forms of meditation that provide all the benefits with far fewer hindrances.Blocked About Meditation? Part 1 of 2
Sometimes, the word “meditation” brings up an image of someone sitting in lotus pose, chanting “om” and keeping the mind devoid of all thought. If you have an active mind, you will appreciate these alternative forms of meditation, which allow your mind to participate.