P. 1
Meditation Pratice Techniques

Meditation Pratice Techniques

Views: 282|Likes:
Published by saisuccess
In these troubling times, many people are focused on what's not working and what they do not have. With the pressures of bills, the job or the job hunt, the practices we most need to combat stress are the most neglected. We don't have time to exercise, to connect with friends or to meditation.
In these troubling times, many people are focused on what's not working and what they do not have. With the pressures of bills, the job or the job hunt, the practices we most need to combat stress are the most neglected. We don't have time to exercise, to connect with friends or to meditation.

More info:

Published by: saisuccess on Mar 27, 2009
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as DOC, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

08/10/2015

pdf

text

original

Fell Stressed?

Tips for Meditation in Busy Life
In these troubling times, many people are focused on what's not working and what they do not have. With the pressures of bills, the job or the job hunt, the practices we most need to combat stress are the most neglected. We don't have time to exercise, to connect with friends or to meditation. Meditation is one such thing. We don't have time to neglect personal maintenance. And although research on meditation is still scattered thousands of "average" people can attest to the power of meditation in reducing pain, stress and depression while increasing their ability to focus and respond to challenges. Meditation comes in many forms. You can focus on your breath, a single thought, or a mantra to clear your mind. You can also do guided meditation focusing your breath to different parts of your body, or guiding your imagination to a peaceful place. A great way to reduce stress, meditation is essentially about strengthening

the relationship between your mind and body. If sitting with your eyes closed and trying to think of nothing sounds overwhelming, try to meditation for a minute. Simply sitting and breathing for only 60 seconds can

really revitalize your brain. Interested in trying meditation, but still don't think you have the time? Beginning meditation isn't as difficult as you might think. So, without taking any more of your time, here are five ways to fit much-needed meditation into your schedule. For more information please visit: Meditation Pratice, Meditation Techniques Source By: Meditation Yoga News

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->