Use this 10 min Guided Meditation to help you to relax deeply into your inner stillness. Enjoy!
Mindfulness Mediation: A Journey to Patience
My meditating journey began about 6 or 7 years ago, when my therapist suggested I read Jon Kabat-Zinn’s book, “Full Catastrophe Living.” I suffered for years with fears, phobias, anxieties, and he thought I might find this book helpful. I was intrigued by the book but thought I could never learn to meditate on my own. My therapist then recommended seeing an MBSR practitioner and taking her Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Course.Benefits of Meditation
Although meditation began as a spiritual practice where one strives to achieve enlightenment, inner peace and unity, it is also a tremendously powerful form of self-discipline that results in absolute mastery of one’s mental, emotional and physical aspects. Meditation – Antidote For Stress Today, it is the perfect antidote to the frantic pace of life and its chronic stress and “busy-ness.”Brainwave Entertainment Through Brainwave Stimulation
It has been found that the brain can be influenced by external sounds played at particular frequencies to enter into altered states of consciousness. Altering the frequency of the brainwave through external stimulation for this purpose is known as brainwave entertainment.Embracing Mindfulness Meditation
I had dabbled with meditation off and on for a while, but it wasn’t until my introduction to Mindfulness Meditation that I began to embrace it as a habit or practice. I found out about Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (taught my Dr. Myra Weiss) from my doctor, who referred it to me as a way of coping with my anxiety. At this point, I had read introductory material about the practice, but had not actually participated in sessions – so I enrolled in an 8-week MBSR Course. I am very glad I did.Mindfulness Meditation: When You Don’t Have 10 Minutes and Can’t Sit Still for 2
The last time I’d tried meditating, it gave me back aches so unbearable it took me decades to even think of trying again. Unless I’m reading or watching TV, sitting still is excruciating. And boring. But in the end, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) worked for me – and it was easier than I thought it would be.