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Reasons to Meditate – It Helps Us Mentally and Physically

Reasons to Meditate – It Helps Us Mentally and Physically

  Science now backs the art of mindfulness – it just makes life that much better. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Stress Reduction, Lower Blood Pressure, and Sharper Mental Focus Are All Good Reasons to Meditate. There is an age old practice that helps us mentally, emotionally and physically.   It is called meditation. Does meditation work?   For the longest time, there was no evidence to back up the claim of the health benefits from meditation.   Now science has proven by studying brain waves of people during meditation that meditation can have positive effects on the body.  This give us

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Kids’ Meditation Classes Aim to Reduce Anxiety and More

Kids’ Meditation Classes Aim to Reduce Anxiety and More

  Kids’ meditation classes at Balance Yoga Studio in downtown Wakefield start Monday, September 16. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Using Meditation Classes to Help Children Relax Courses in meditation for kids is a great way to help children deal with anxiety and stress.  Meditation classes for kids can be geared towards making stress reduction fun and it can teach them the importance of having a focused mind. Helping children learn to meditate is easy because children have great imaginations and a willingness to learn new and interesting skills.   Their minds are new and with the right meditation techniques

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Why Meditate? Why Not!

  If the back-to-school frenzy has left you frazzled, you might lend an ear to Sant Rajinder Singh, the spiritual head of Science of Spirituality ( sos.org ), an organization in the Sant Mat tradition that teaches connection to God through meditation. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Answers to the Question Why Meditate. We have all heard about using meditation to help our minds and bodies.   We have even head about the best time to meditate.   However has anyone asked the question, Why meditate? Truth be told, meditation can help us calm our minds and relax.   This relaxation allows

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Mowing may be the next form of meditation

  What may seem like a chore at this time of year has actually been found to be relaxing. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Learning a New Form of Meditation – Go Mow the Lawn! How many of us have the infamous “Honey Do” list on the weekends?   This simple list quickly takes over the whole weekend.   Between doing the dishes, mowing the lawn and fixing the washer there will be no time to fit in anything else. Fitting in meditation does not have to be hard when completing your weekend list!   Learning to meditate while you mow the

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3 Ways Meditation Helps You Deal With Adversity

3 Ways Meditation Helps You Deal With Adversity

  Meditation can be a tool that anchors us to the inner side of life, the side that is beyond the ups and downs of change, that is eternal, timeless and untouched. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Several Different Ways Meditation Helps with Daily Life. If you are dealing with a lot of adversity and turmoil in your life then maybe you should try meditation.   Using meditation to help deal with your problems is a great way to relax and reduce stress.    Medication can also help you see the big picture.   By taking a step back and realizing that

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Why your mind keeps wandering when learning to meditate

Why your mind keeps wandering when learning to meditate

  New brain research suggests that attention deficit begins at a physical level — and that it can be a good thing American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Learning to meditate is hard enough but when your mind keeps wandering it can even be more difficult.  This article attempts to help the initiate to learn new strategies and skills to keep focused.  By opening up your mind to meditation you can unlock a whole new world of possibilities!  From stress reduction to pure relaxation, anything can be done if you put your mind to it!  If you are interested in

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Meditation Made Easy With These Meditation Tips!

Meditation Made Easy With These Meditation Tips!

  Meditation made easy –Follow these tips 1. Comfortable surrounding- It is advisable to meditate i.. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Learn These ” Meditation Made Easy ” Tips! Looking to learn how to meditate?   It is easy to see the benefits of meditation but starting out can be hard.    Lucky you do not need to take courses in meditation.    This site has a page called meditation made easy.   It give basic meditation tips for those who are just starting out.    If your daily life has to seeing red then you should give meditation a try.   It can serve as

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Quick Meditation Tips for Those on the Run.

You won’t need to retreat to an isolated mountain to reap the benefits of meditation. Just two, quick episodes of meditation a day can help combat anxiety, stress and depression. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Quick Meditation Tips If You Only Have A Minute. If you are reading this at work then you obviously have a minute to meditate.  If you are feeling stressed out or overly worked up then you might want to try this 10 second meditation technique.    Quick Meditation tips like this can be a life saver when you feel overwhelmed.   For more on how to

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How Mindfulness Meditation Stops Our Smoking

  American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Want to Quit Smoking?  Try Mindfulness Meditation. A new article suggests that meditation stops smoking.    With their meditation training called integrative body mind training or IBMT, you can use meditation to break your smoking habit.   It is because this form of mindfulness meditation promotes self control.   By train your mind, you can learn to break bad habits.   Over eating, smoking and internet addictions are just a few that you can break with daily meditation and healthy mental mind relaxation. See on around.uoregon.edu