As gold purified in a furnace loses its impurities and achieves its own true
nature, the mind gets rid of the impurities of the attributes of delusion,
attachment and purity through meditation and attains Reality. – Adi Shankara
Silencing the mind and bringing awareness to our lives is easier said than done.
Meditation has never really received the attention that it deserves, and now more
than ever it is slowly being recognized for being the “superfood” of life.
Meditation is a practice of self love and can be compared to regular exercise. To
keep a healthy heart and body, one must commit time daily to reap the benefits.
There are numerous variations to perfecting the art of mindfulness and
awareness. Learn more about each type of meditation at http://liveanddare.com/types-of- meditation
It has been scientifically shown through radiographic imaging that the gray
matter in our minds actually grows with regular meditation and improves
functionality throughout. Also helps learning, memory, compassion and
Meditation reduces stress and anxiety, which also affects the heart, in turn
positively affecting blood pressure stats of individuals with hypertension. Heart
rate and asthma are both improved during this time of reflection.
Other positive benefits include, manage ADHD, emotional eating, loneliness, and
worry. Read more extraordinary benefits and facts on this soulful exercise here:
The benefits of meditation far outweigh the bad. It’s a healthy practice of self love
and a great way to devote 5-60 minutes a day to treating yourself with this
positive experience. YouTube videos of guided meditations and meditating music
have been helpful for beginners. Take some time for yourself today.