Mind, Body, Practice Meditation
Meditation is a body-mind practice which has a long history of use to increase calmness and physical relaxation. It strengthens mental health stability, dealing with health issues, and raising overall wellness and well-being.
Meditation is safe for healthy people. This practice helps me to form better habits, it’s taught me to be more tranquil, focused, significantly less worried about discomfort, more appreciative and aware of everything in my life.
Many people nowadays are beginning a mindfulness meditation practice with good intentions and much enthusiasm. Deep breathing is a mind and body practice which has a long history of use to increase stillness and natural relaxation, improving psychological harmony, managing illness, and boosting general health and well-being.
Meditation isn’t about forcing your mind and body to be quiet but to rather enable you to discover the stillness and quietness that is already there. Just choose to just let go in mind and body.
The rising popularity of mindfulness meditation in recent years has sparked much interest by the general population. As you know, mindfulness meditation is sweeping the nation, and for good reasons. A 2013 review decided that this training improved IBS patients’ pain and quality of life and their depression or anxiety.
Without question I think, Buddhism in itself isn’t so much a religion as a belief structure. I can’t find any contradictions between Buddhist beliefs while still believing in Christianity, or any other religion you may follow.
The three fundamental skills involved in a meditation practice is concentration, mindfulness and loving-kindness. That is sending out loving-kindness first to you, then to loved ones, and finally to the entire world.
Conventional Buddhism and Hinduism, tells you that you need many Births or many lifetimes of Spiritual Evolution to achieve Enlightenment or Liberation. It’s clear that Buddhism is about the issue of suffering and how to overcome it.
Buddhism is one of the three oldest practices in Ancient China.
I’ve personally found a peaceful meditation routine that works for me. A soothing, peaceful meditation promotes peace, tranquillity and relaxation for your body, mind and spirit. There is plenty of information about meditating successfully on the Internet. You will see from my audio page that I have written and recorded quite a few meditation / hypnosis audios to help induce the correct state.