MEDITATION: THE RELAXATION METHOD THAT WILL MAKE YOU RECONNECT WITH YOURSELF
Meditation is an ancient technique used as a relaxation method in times of stress, although many people apply it as a lifestyle.
With this information, you will learn what Meditation is and how it can improve your lifestyle, have better concentration, and feel more calm and relaxed in your daily life.
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WHAT IS MEDITATION?
Meditation of Latin meditatio refers to a mental exercise, which constitutes an integral process of consciousness to enhance the mental, spiritual and moral evolution that determines the lifestyle and people’s actions.
The principles of Meditation date back thousands of years before Christ. This practice’s origins are attributed to ancient eastern societies; according to cultural characteristics and social differences, several meditation paths are developed, which have standard features and different objectives, Zen Buddhism, Yoga and Sufism, to name a few.
HOW CAN MEDITATION HELP YOU
A variety of ways are associated with states of physiological relaxation that can relieve stress, anxiety, and other physical symptoms. Meditation produces cognitive changes that can be applied in self-observation and behavior management and the understanding of limiting or self-destructive mental patterns.
However, it can also help overcome depressive processes, stress, anxiety disorders, or addictive behaviors. This happens because Meditation works to affect the nervous system, which controls involuntary actions in our body when we present stress or anxiety.
BENEFITS OF MEDITATION
People worldwide increasingly use Meditation to have moments of relaxation within their busy routines because they need to reduce stress to continue their lives peacefully.
And one of the reasons why it is so widely used is that it has very positive results for our health; among the benefits are: Improves emotional health and happiness, increased personal awareness, development of emotional intelligence and empathy, improvement of memory, stress relief, anxiety and depression relief, and blood pressure reduction.
HOW IS THE PROCESS OF MEDITATION?
To begin the meditation process, you should be in a quiet place because it requires a lot of concentration, so you should avoid any distractions. Dress as comfortably as possible since you will practice different poses for a long time.
You will have to cook and breathe properly, slowly and with deep breaths. If it is your first time meditating, you should have an open mind and a lot of optimism since this process requires practice, and possibly in the early times, it will be somewhat complicated.
CAN ANYONE PRACTICE MEDITATION?
WHY IS THE MEDITATION CALLED "A FAD"
Meditation isn’t a fad; it has been around for thousands of years. However, today it has indeed resurfaced due to the growing epidemic in the Western world: stress. Along with stress, other disorders appear, such as anxiety, depression, and so on.
According to a World Health Organization (WHO) study, “Depression and anxiety disorders cost the world economy 1 trillion annually (in US $) in lost productivity.”
HOW CAN I BEGIN TO TRAIN MYSELF TO MEDITATE?
DOES MEDITATION HELP YOU GET MINDFULNESS?
USE MEDITATION TO REDUCE YOUR STRESS AND CONTINUE YOUR DAYS OPTIMALLY
Meditation is a method that you should try; it will help you physically and mentally, reduce your stress, and make you feel better, younger, more spirited, and above all, happier. We recommend doing therapies in a group; by doing it in a group, you can feel the good vibes that your group companions transmit, and it is a rewarding experience.
This treatment is recommended for those who prefer non-intrusive therapies or only for people who want to try something different to apply it to their lifestyle in addition to wanting to combat a problem. We invite you to read about all our therapies, such as yoga or ibogaine and find the one that suits your needs.
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