Many see meditation has strange, weird or foreign. Others see meditating as a spiritual or religious practice. For those that know how to meditate, they know its true meaning. When you meditate you are simply becoming aware of what you are doing and who you are. This could mean focusing on an aspect of yourself or focusing on nothing at all and enjoying the silence. When we use meditation to become aware of ourselves, we often learn. We learn about what matters and how to deal with what does not. Through daily meditation we can embrace love and reject stress. We can prioritize our day to make space for what really matters. Daily meditating can bring a peace to our lives that many are silently crying out for. How can you achieve this freedom you ask? An excellent article details how:
By Ed and Deb Shapiro
From Huffington Post
A Meditation Guide for Mental Clarity
Meditation is both an experience of oneness as well as the practice that enables us to be aware of this. When we make friends with ourselves we discover a freedom from habitual tendencies, from repetitive behavior, and we experience a great joy, peace, and unconditional happiness. It is, therefore, the greatest gift we can give ourselves.
But the world is like a magnet pulling us outward into all manner of distractions, so we often need help, methods or techniques, to remind us to just be still. We need to be guided inward. Here are six steps that can lead us in that inner direction:
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Meditation does not have to take all day either. Use these 6 steps to find your center and make meditating a daily practice in your life.
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