Improve Energy, wellbeing, happiness, focus and concentration
Meditation in general concept is the process of training our ordinary mind to better manage its thoughts, emotions, and feelings, in order to become relaxed, think more clearly and live a healthier, happier, and mindful life. This simple mind-training exercise will bring clarity and awareness to our minds, by starting a mindfulness meditation practice regularly, you will develop the ability to respond wisely instead of reacting blindly.
Meditation and Mindfulness Meditation
Meditation in general concept is the process of training our ordinary mind to better manage its thoughts, emotions, and feelings, in order to become relaxed, think more clearly and live a healthier, happier and mindful life. This simple mind-training exercise will bring clarity and awareness to our minds, by practicing regularly, you will develop the ability to respond wisely instead of reacting blindly.
Mindfulness meditation is simply the process of noticing our experience in the present moment, and being non-judgmental about any emotions or thoughts arise; in another word, Mindfulness is non-judgmental awareness of the present moment. Mindfulness creates space. It replaces implosive reactions with thoughtful responses.
Mindfulness helps with emotional regulation, self-awareness, social awareness, relationship skills, decision-making and much more……
- Reduce stress and anxiety
- Cultivate mindful energy
- Enhance Immune System
- Energy Boost
- Increased creativity
- Sleep disturbance & insomnia
- Access to inherent intelligence
- Reduces pain and muscle tension
- Reduce depression and anxiety
- Increase awareness
- Increase clarity
- Lower the blood pressure and keep the body running at its best
- Increase the tolerance level of the people
- Empower the will, commitment, purpose
- Increased compassion
- Lower violence and conflict
- Improve communications and relationships
- Increase productivity
- More energy and sense of happiness
Gita Nilforoush is the founder of Meditation for all ages. She is a certified meditation instructor that has been studying Buddhism philosophy and meditation practices for over 25 years with well-known meditation masters and teachers both nationally and internationally.
Meditate and give your mind a break to regain energy and intelligence
Most people have been consuming their natural mind power on a daily basis without regaining it. Therefore natural peace and power of the mind will be reduced in the course of their lives, and gradually they become frustrated and cause suffering. Daily Meditation is a simple yet profound way to gently return to the harmony of noticing your mind and emotions. By doing the practice, people will be able to be calmer, healthier and a happier person; being at peace with themselves; work more efficiently and productively; have the courage and will to make substantial differences; be able to concentrate better and make the right decisions, and have wisdom of true perceptions in their lives. A practice of daily meditation will increase the clarity of the mind, where one can get access to the intelligent within itself; become more sensitive to intuitions; be more creative and live happier and more successful lives.
Benefits of the physical sensation of breathing will soon be noticed in all areas of one’s life, by starting with a simple daily 15 minutes mindfulness meditation exercise. In summary, the hardships and challenges of living in today’s world give us the responsibility to find ways of bringing order and healing to it. The daily practice of mindfulness meditation will protect us from being identified only with our thoughts and emotions. It will help us to live in this moment consciously and with the ability to be fully present, free of the mind wandering. Simple body scans will bring your attention to peace of mind and heart, calmness, concentration, and happiness that we seek. Researchers are producing mountains of evidence that meditation can boost satisfaction, improve health and reduce burnout. Various studies – many of them completed or underway at U of T itself – have shown that a regular practice of mindfulness meditation can result in increased immune response and brain activity, as well as mindfulness-based stress reduction.