Meditation or the more modern term mindfulness is the art of being in the moment. It is the alignment with the self, with the mind body and spirit and create harmony. When we meditate, we induce far-reaching and long-lasting benefits into our lives: We lower our stress levels, we get to know our pain, we connect better, we improve our awareness, and we’re kinder to ourselves.
Through mindfulness meditation, you can see how your thoughts and feelings tend to move in particular patterns. Over time, you can become more aware of the human tendency to quickly judge an experience as good or bad, pleasant or unpleasant. With practice, an inner balance develops.
What you will understand
While meditation isn’t a cure-all, it can certainly provide some much-needed space in your life. Sometimes, that’s all we need to make better choices for ourselves, our families, and our communities.
And the most important tools you can bring with you to your meditation practice are a little patience, some kindness for yourself, and a comfortable place to sit.
Shift from thinking to feeling your breath you can either feel the movement of your breath in your chest, which will open your heart in time or you can feel the movement of your breath in your belly below the belly button, which will give you a deeper sense of being grounded and centered over time.
The benefits are few like, Lower blood pressure, improved blood circulation, Lower heart rate, less perspiration, slower respiratory rate, less anxiety, lower blood cortisol levels, more feelings of well-being, less stress and deeper relaxation.
In sessions I use a lot of mindfulness as part of the experiential part of the session. I often design a specific meditation practice for each person according to what was showing up in the session.
After This Program You Will Learn:
- 3 Line Meditation
- Inner Alchemy Co-creation
- Solar Meditation
- Lotus Meditation
- Power of Chant