Having time each day to reflect will bring calm to the chaos mind. Spending time each day is preferable then once a week. Just setting aside 5-10 mins a day can prove its weight in gold.
If you went for a long run, you would rest afterwards. When you are tired, you rest and go to sleep. This is the same with your mind, if you feel over worked, have a hectic schedule, have a fast pace in life, feeling frustrated and irritable are the major signs that you need to give your mind a time out. Emptying your mind of thoughts and worries regularly will reward you with a much healthier lifestyle.
Meditation is now widely known, encouraged for mindfulness, for the improvement of mental wellbeing and physical health. Meditation may be used for the aim to reduce stress, anxiety, depression and pain. Any condition that is caused or worsened by stress can be alleviated through meditation.
There is no right or wrong way to meditate, each individual will find different methods that work for them. Whether that is Yoga, walking, running, focusing on the breath, prayer, reading or just simply sitting alone in a place away from the day to day life. It is getting to the end result that is important, this is meditation.
Meditation is freeing the mind from the day to day living and just simply being in the now. Observing and noticing what is going on around you at the present moment.
The main belief with meditation is to empty your mind from thought, this is not true. It is impossible to get rid of all thoughts, being in a state of meditation is a way of observing your thoughts.
Meditation is not difficult to learn, but it does take practice.
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