Why Meditation benefits you more than you think?
Overthinking? Feeling anxious and stressed for your future plans? Give your mind and body a break!
Focus on your present, embrace your feelings and start Meditating.
Mindfulness meditation is a technique used to make your mind concentrate on the present moment, by accepting your thoughts and feelings as they are. Practicing meditation is helpful for both mind and body, as well as offers other benefits. Therefore, we have filtered four reasons why meditating will be the perfect choice for you.
Here are 4 ways how mindfulness meditation will improve your life:
- Mindfulness meditation reduces stress
Stress is one of the main causes of physical and mental health issues. However, meditation will help you relieve stress and lower your worries about past or future. It gives the ability to focus on current situation and pay attention to personal thoughts without any judgement. Moreover, you become aware of your potential and energy, which will help you to achieve your goals. In this way, you avoid any stressful thoughts.
2. Increases focus and productivity
Tired of complaining constantly about lack of focus? Well, get ready to change this. Mindfulness meditation encourages self-discipline. Hence, you learn to maintain your concentration and lower distractions. Consequently, the productivity increases as your mind stops wandering.
3. Improves physical health
Negative energy impacts your physical health and it is time to stop it. According to a Harvard Health article, meditation lowers blood pressure, reduces chronic pain, improves sleep and treats heart diseases.
4. Improves well-being
Connecting your body, mind and spirit brings the feeling of satisfaction. As you learn to listen to your thoughts, you achieve self-acceptance and become more comfortable, which leads to relaxation as well. In addition, the more focused and engaged you become, the more pleasure you get from your everyday activities.
Based on a Help Guide article, we suggest you this basic exercise to practice mindfulness:
- Firstly, sit on a straight-backed chair or cross-legged on the floor.
- Secondly, focus on your breathing.
- Thirdly, widen your focus. Become aware of sounds, sensations, and your ideas.
- Lastly, embrace and consider each thought without judging it good or bad. If your mind starts to distract, return your focus to your breathing. Then repeat the process, until you become aware of your present.
Start a daily practice (for instance, 10 minutes per day) and experience all the benefits meditation has to offer.
Give it a try and see for yourself!
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