The Powerful Health Benefits of Meditation
With the hectic pace and hustle-bustle of modern life, we feel stressed and over-worked. Our stress and tiredness make us unhappy, impatient and frustrated and even affects our health. A simple ten to fifteen-minute meditation as explained below can help you to overcome your stress and find some inner peace and balance.
Meditation is a simple way to reduce tension and attain peace of mind yet it is very powerful, a research suggests. Meditation is that which gives you deep rest and overcome any sort of stress and anxiety and practicing it you experience an overall sense of well-being.
The rest in meditation is deeper than the deepest sleep that you can ever have. When the mind becomes free from disturbance, is calm and serene and at peace, meditation happens.
Meditation – Key to Experience Overall Well-being
1) Meditation Helps to combat stress, Anxiety & Depression
2) Meditation Enhances Attention and enhances brain power
3) Meditation boosts our immune system and protects us from diseases.
4) Meditation is an effective anti-aging tool.
5) Meditation improves mood and keeps debility and fatigue at bay.
6) Meditation enhances the quality of life and helps us experience overall well-being.
7) Meditation helps to get relief from high blood pressure.
8) Meditation protects the heart and Improves Cognitive Function. More Health Benefits….
How to do Meditation?
Find a quiet place by yourself.
Get in a relaxed position.
Rest your eyes downward, almost closed, not tight.
Start with some deep breaths then start breathing slowly and naturally.
Do not think about anything else except what you are doing.
Do this for 10-15 minutes.
Ensure the lighting is soothing and the noise levels under control. If somehow you find it difficult to keep control over your thoughts visualize something beautiful or chant a mantra and seek the blessings of the divine force.
Early morning is an optimal time for meditation. It provides us inner strength and helps us meet life’s ups and downs and balance our emotions.