Enrich your life by quieting the mind.


Many people don’t realize that meditation is perhaps the most important habit if you want to change other habits.

Meditation is the art of focusing 100% of your attention in one area. It is the act of practicing mindfulness.

The practice comes with a myriad of well-publicized health benefits including increased concentration, decreased anxiety, and a general feeling of happiness.

“Meditation is not a means to an end.

It is both the means and the end.”

~ Jiddhu Krishnamurti


How do you learn to be mindful of your negative thoughts?

Simple: you practice.

And how do you practice mindfulness of your thoughts?

Through meditation.

Over the next three days we will discover the benefits of meditation.

Here are some benefits of meditation to the mind:

Meditation relieves stress and helps you to relax.

Meditation allows us to slow down and take a moment to let our brain catch up to us.

The practice of meditation isn’t meant to stop your thoughts, but instead to slow them down enough so you are able to observe them as they pass through your consciousness.

When we are stressed it is usually because we have a myriad of thoughts going through our minds at the same time, causing our brain to feel overloaded.

With mediation, you learn to be focused and to take each thought at one time, leaving us calmed and relaxed.

It gives us power to better control our thoughts.

When we are unaware of our thoughts and urges, which arise in the back of the mind mostly unnoticed, they have a power over us.

We are unable to change if these unbidden thoughts control us. But when we learn to observe them, we can then release their power over us.

Meditation is practice for observing those thoughts, for being more mindful of them throughout the day.

Meditation can have a number of mental benefits.

Not only does meditation help improve focus, but it also aids in improving happiness, mood, memory, and self-control.

In many cases people have used meditation as a tool in helping them with their struggle with addiction.

While addiction is also a physical problem, many of the roots of addiction stem from the mind and when we learn to have better control over our minds, we learn to better understand our addictions.

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