The benefits of meditation are legion – more awareness of the present; enhanced ability to go with the flow, no matter what is going on around you; lucid thinking; better digestion; greater sense of calm and equilibrium; the list goes on and on. And, these benefits are constantly being validated by scientific studies.
In these tech-happy times we live in, taking a few minutes here and there to meditate throughout the day while slowly working up to spending a half-hour in meditation in the morning or evening can work wonders. Our brains and bodies need time to refresh, recharge and recalibrate, even during our waking hours.
By taking some time to meditate, whether it’s in a quiet space with your eyes closed, or a meditative walk in nature, you give yourself a gift that will not only make you feel better, but will give you more free and focused attention to give to your family, friends and work.
Going into meditation is simply closing your eyes, being still, and either focusing on your breathing or repeating a mantra. And the mantra can be whatever feels right for you, something as simple as “I am love”, “I am forgiveness” or “I release.”
Through imagery and visualization, I can guide you through a meditation focusing on whatever you need.