What is Meditation?
Meditation is ideal for anxiety and stress-related illnesses. By switching on the "relaxation response", it can take you out of the stress zone, restoring the body to balance. Meditation is particularly good for insomnia, hypertension, migraines, fatigue, pain, digestive problems and chronic illness.
The Core of Meditation is always the same: to reach out to and achieve stillness behind thoughts and feelings. This stillness is the source of inner peace and pure intuition (direct knowledge into all aspects of existence).
Various forms of Meditation achieve this through a focus on the mind, on the body or on emotions.
Whatever your preferred technique, it helps in the beginning to have a quiet place, a comfortable sitting position and around five minutes to half an hour without outside distractions.
- Concentrating on the breath -while breathing through the nose focus the mind on the breath as it passes the tip of nose. At the same think: “breathing in” – “breathing out” or “in” “out”
- Pointed Meditation - Focus the mind on one object or symbol (such as an orange, your fingers, or a single word), while at the same time gently disregarding any intruding thoughts and feelings. After meditating in above manner for about 15 minutes (or longer if you wish) return to reality by slowly counting down from 21 to 1 (21 - 20 - 19 - 18 - etc.).
- Emptying the mind – allowing the mind to clear and ‘float’, gently pushing aside any stray thoughts, or allowing thoughts to float in and out of awareness.
- Movement – using a physical technique like yoga, Qi Gong or Tai Chi to still the mind by coordinating the breath and the body with gentle movement.
- Using a mantra – repeating a word or phrase over and over, either out loud or silently, to focus the attention, perhaps timed with the breath.
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Many forms of meditation result in the clearing of one’s mind and this promotes a sense of calm and heightened awareness. During meditation, the brain’s activity alters significantly, as mapped by a device called an electroencephalograph (EEG).
The most well-known brain waves evident during many kinds of meditation are called alpha waves. These brain waves accompany relaxation of the entire nervous system. Gamma, delta and theta brain waves accompany other types of meditation and are associated with various altered states of consciousness. Scientific studies show that the regular practice of meditation can be a powerful healing tool.
It is proven that regular meditation can be used to help treat a range of disorders
including: anxiety, chronic pain, depression, headaches, high blood pressure, insomnia, and migraines, stress life-threatening illnesses, recovery from accident or illness etc.
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