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Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation at Work

Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation at Work

Meditation can help with a variety of things and be utilized in a variety of places.  Work is no exception.  Meditation at work can help one flow through the day without stress and maximize profit.  Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program.  Please click here to review The article, 4 Ways Mindfulness and Meditation Can Help You at Work, by Laura Hamill states “WHEN YOU THINK OF stress, work is probably the first thing to cross your mind. From working long hours to project overload, it’s easy to see how stress hits the workplace. And let’s face it: Stress is real –

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Meditation Instructor Program Article on 15 Ways to Reduce Stress

Meditation Instructor Program Article on 15 Ways to Reduce Stress

Good article on ways to relax and reduce stress. Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program to learn more about reducing stress and living a healthier and more productive life The article, 15 Relaxation Techniques To Reduce Stress, states “We all feel stressed from time to time… But did you know that this can be incredibly harmful? The Journal of the American Medical Association discovered that stress can increase the risks of cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment and even obesity. But that’s how relaxation techniques can help. According to the American Psychological Association, relaxation techniques can dramatically improve your health long-term, as we’ll discuss below…”

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Meditation Instructor Certification Article on Meditation and Cognitive Decline

Meditation Instructor Certification Article on Meditation and Cognitive Decline

Good article on meditation and its ability to possibly help with cognitive decline Please also review our meditation instructor certification and see if it matches your academic and professional needs The article, Is meditation the answer to cognitive decline?, by Tim Newman states, “As we age, our cognitive ability slowly slides. The resulting deficits could impact reasoning, memory, and processing speed, among other things. It can also affect our ability to concentrate and focus. Since people in the United States are now living longer lives, researchers are keen to find ways to keep our brains healthy and alert for longer. To help us retain

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Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation Misconceptions

Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation Misconceptions

Good article on misconceptions regarding meditation Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program The article, Six common misconceptions about meditation, states “Only some meditations involve sitting quietly with legs crossed. Qi Gong and Tai Chi, for example, focus on meditative movement. This combines a relaxed but alert state of mind with slow movements and gentle breathing. Others, like Tibetan Buddhist meditation involve visualisations and/or mantras. There is also “thinking meditation” where one reflects on topics such as impermanence, while staying relaxed yet focused and reflective. Many types also encourage bringing meditation into ordinary daily activities – such as mindful dish washing involving paying attention to the sensations of the

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Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation and Sleep

Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation and Sleep

Good article on meditation and sleep and how it can help one find the sleep they need Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program The article, Does Meditation Help You Sleep? Science Says Mindfulness Is The Key To A Good Snooze, by Georgina Berbari states, “If you take a look around you, you’ll see that meditation is pretty trendy lately. However, the powerful ancient practice is so much more than just a trend. Setting a few moments aside for stillness and mindfulness each day can have such an incredibly positive effect on so many aspects of your life. Specifically, if done right

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Meditation Instructor Program Article on Depression and Meditation

Meditation Instructor Program Article on Depression and Meditation

Good article on the power of meditation to help someone with depression Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program as well. The article, Nothing worked for my depression — until I tried meditation, by Keri Wiginton states, “I’ve been on the wrong side of happy since I was 4, when my parents split. I don’t remember a sense of devastation, but I doubt this was a coincidence. An adverse childhood event such as divorce increases the risk of depression, especially when coupled with my father’s history of mental illness. Genes play a role in mood disorders, but they don’t write your

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Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation and Disciple in School

Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation and Disciple in School

Good article on the wonders of mediation in correcting bad behavior in school.  Meditation instead of detention?  It may just work. Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program The article, Substituting Meditation for Detention Apparently Works Wonders For Kids, by Raz Robinson states, “Budda once said of meditation that “it is better to conquer yourself than to win a thousand battles.” It doesn’t take much to understand the truth of this statement, especially when it comes to teaching stressed out little kids how to be mindful of their actions. For the past three years, the staff at Robert W. Coleman Elementary in Baltimore,

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Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation and a Peaceful New Year

Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation and a Peaceful New Year

Good article for the New Year on mediation and how to become more peaceful.  The New Year can be hectic enough as the new calendar year begins and it may hard to find peace and traction.  This article lists five tips on how to get back into the post holiday groove and also find peace in the chaos of the New Year. Please also review our Meditation Instructor Program The article, 5 Meditation Tips to Start Your New Year in Peace, by RYAN PEACOCK states, “Between a costly Denver hailstorm and ongoing CDOT construction, Coloradans can agree: 2017 was a stressful year. To

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Meditation Instructor Certification Article on Meditation and Vacation

Meditation Instructor Certification Article on Meditation and Vacation

Good article for meditation during holidays and vacation.  Meditation is clearly something we cannot simply remove because of these times but must still, like prayer, remain a constant Please also review our Meditation Instructor Certification The article, A Meditation For Vacation And Holidays, by Dina Kaplan states, “Holidays are supposed to be stress-free and relaxing, but it also means a lot of decisions about what to do, where to eat and when to head out or relax. Here’s a meditation to help you enjoy the holidays a bit more and to live with less stress when you’re away from home. Sit with your

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Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation and Political Anger

Meditation Instructor Program Article on Meditation and Political Anger

Good article on meditation and how it can help one overcome anger and tempers over politics. Please also review our Anger Management Program, as well as our Meditation Instructor Program The article, ABC Anchor: How Meditation Helps Me Handle Angry Political News, by Dan Harris states, “It’s not just about helping yourself; meditation allows you to contribute to the overall societal sanity quotient in ways that I believe can be genuinely impactful. When you’re blinded by outrage, you’re unable to understand the views of people with whom you disagree. A consistent meditation practice can give you the wherewithal to know your