The One Single Benefit Of Meditation That Will Change Your Life
Meditation and Realignment
When we think of meditation, we think of monks in monasteries, long hours in a seated position, and grueling practice from dawn to dusk.
The truth is, though, that even with a short, at-home practice, you will gain enough discipline for one of the best benefits of meditation: the ability to stop and go within at any moment.
In doing this, you are then able to realign and change your mood, delete stress immediately, and redirect the situation based on your positive reaction.
Take Control of Your Life
Each day of our lives is based on our reactions to the people and events around us.
Days turn into weeks, months, and years, and before we know it, we have spent decades letting external situations rule our lives, when all the while we have the ability to change it at any moment by going within.
Using Meditation to Your Benefit
The purpose of meditation is to calm the mind, go within, and strive to obtain union with the spirit.
With regular practice, this will be attained and may then be put to use throughout the day.
Follow These Simple Steps
Simply close your eyes, take a deep breath through the nose from the diaphragm, hold, and release through the mouth, blowing out all stress and negativity.
Due to your meditative practice, you will quickly be able to go “there” to your center and place of peace.
Affirm that you are now realigned (with hands in prayer position if possible). Do another breath and relax. Give gratitude and open your eyes. You will now be relaxed and better able to redirect any situation and respond positively rather than negatively.
Remember, even a daily ten-minute practice will bring about this one, single, important ability, which will then give you the option to change and take control at any time each day.
You can make the rest of your life calm, peaceful, and in your control by learning to go within.
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