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13 Helpful Guides on Meditation And Relaxation

 In the past, meditation was considered a "New Agey" thing, belonging to those who were interested in Eastern medicine and spirituality. However, western medicine now acknowledges, following many studies, that meditation is a terrific tool for making us healthier, smarter, more relaxed and it allows us to enjoy a healthier brain and psyche. Below you'll find our best guides about meditation, from beginning to advanced, together with some great tools to help you achieve it.
 
Call it what you like - Stress, tension, anxiety or worry. It all comes down to you feeling bad both physically and mentally. Read this guide and you'll find there are many ways to reduce your worries and anxiety.
Meditation, many of us never give it a go because we think it involves complex learning, special skills and even a level of meaning that we don't really understand. In reality, the only equipment you need in order to meditate is yourself, and you do not need any special training. Here is a five minute, stress-relieving meditation that anybody can perform easily.
Sometimes you may be feeling run-down, stressed or anxious and cannot wait to find some time to wind down and relax. One of the solutions you may have come across is meditation, the benefits of which include reduced stress levels and better sleep. Tuning inwards can actually make lasting physical changes, and not just in the way you feel. Meditation can literally change your brain. Let's take a look.
Meditation has many known health benefits, such as increasing longevity and reducing stress. A couple of years ago I was introduced to real meditation and discovered the calming and healing properties it has, and now I’d love to share them with you. 
The following creative techniques are fun exercises that don’t take more than 15 minutes. They will also help you learn about meditation in new and varied ways. Choose one or more of these methods and you’ll be able to experience positive changes in your life after just a few exercises.
It is the belief of many cultures from around the world that the process of breathing is the absolute essence of being. A continual cycle of expanding and contracting, breathing is an example of the constant polarity that is so present in nature, much like wake and sleep, day and night, growth and decay, and life and death.
The health benefits of meditation have long been touted, but did you know that there are a ton of apps available to make getting into a good meditation routine so much easier? In this list, you'll find a meditation app to suit you, regardless of whether you use iOS or Android, or are a beginner or skeptic. Take a look.
Without a doubt, you've probably heard about the many benefits of practicing meditation at home. Keep reading to discover how to perform a morning meditation session, and find out what you can gain from it.
In recent years, the concept of a “spiritual journey” has come up many times,  we invite you to read on and learn about this wide and interesting subject, to understand the ultimate goal of a spiritual journey and perhaps to inspire a personal journey of your own, one that will help you achieve your goals.
Guided sleep meditation is a way to allow you to relax your body and to let go of worrying thoughts before you drift off to sleep. Practicing this type of meditation on a regular basis has been found to improve sleep quality. Keep reading to learn all about it.
In order to easily cope with the pitfalls of our lives, it is important that we learn how to know our bodies and not separate them from the way we act and think. Precisely this principle focuses on the Embodiment approach, which teaches us how to build awareness of our bodies and properly cope with stress and obstacles.
Get familiar with the Mindfulness Technique or "attentive awareness." This technique was brought to the modern world in the 1970s by psychologists and is now used even in educational settings and kindergartens around the world. Here are five moments and methods in which Mindfulness can help you.​

Video: The Neurological Case for Meditation

Have you ever felt a sensation of single-mindedness, a focus so powerful that nothing but the task at hand even registers? That state is associated with high productivity, obviously, but also with a happier state of mind. Why is this the case, and how can we will ourselves into such a state?​
 
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