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Meditation Is A Simple And Fast Way To Reduce Stress

Would you like to know how to reduce a potential killer – stress?  Meditation is a simple and fast way to reduce stress and with our help, you can learn these very simple strategies.

This article from the Mayo Clinic describes how to quickly learn and implement meditation strategies that could literally save your life.

Meditation Is A Simple An Fast Way To Reduce Stress

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Elements of Meditation:

Different types of meditation may include different features to help you meditate. These may vary depending on whose guidance you follow or who’s teaching a class.  Some of the most common features in meditation include:

  • Focused attention – Focusing your attention is generally one of the most important elements of meditation. Focusing your attention is what helps free your mind from the many distractions that cause stress and worry. You can focus your attention on such things as a specific object, an image, a mantra, or even your breathing.
  • Relaxed breathing – This technique involves deep, even-paced breathing using the diaphragm muscle to expand your lungs. The purpose is to slow your breathing, take in more oxygen, and reduce the use of shoulder, neck and upper chest muscles while breathing so that you breathe more efficiently.
  • A quiet setting – If you’re a beginner, practicing meditation may be easier if you’re in a quiet spot with few distractions — no television, radios or cellphones. As you get more skilled at meditation, you may be able to do it anywhere, especially in high-stress situations where you benefit the most from meditation, such as a traffic jam, a stressful work meeting or a long line at the grocery store.
  • A comfortable position – You can practice meditation whether you’re sitting, lying down, walking or in other positions or activities. Just try to be comfortable so that you can get the most out of your meditation.

Everyday ways to practice meditation:

Don’t let the thought of meditating the “right” way add to your stress. Sure, you can attend special meditation centers or group classes led by trained instructors. But you also can practice meditation easily on your own.

And you can make meditation as formal or informal as you like — whatever suits your lifestyle and situation. Some people build meditation into their daily routine. For example, they may start and end each day with an hour of meditation. But all you really need is a few minutes of quality time for meditation.

Here are some ways you can practice meditation on your own, whenever you choose:

[Read on] to discover how you can practice meditation and build your meditation skills.

If you’re concerned about your stress levels and would like to learn how meditation is a simple and fast way to reduce stress, this article provides the solution.

Guided Meditation Heals Stress


Guided meditation heals stress in many ways which are easy and extremely effective.

Guided Meditation Heals Stress

Guided meditation heals stress because it is great for helping you focus on the ‘Now’, as opposed to listening to the constant irrelevant chatter which can go on within your mind.  The importance of Guided Meditation is to help your mind, body and spirit relax.  This level of relaxation allows you to quiet your mind and enjoy a magical journey of discovery and enhanced freedom, which may be at times difficult to experience in day to day life.

As you make your way through the journey of the guided meditation you soon begin to realise your own unique abilities and the limitless possibilities within your life.  An example may be visualising yourself flying – which in your physical life may represent your ability to lift yourself above situations, observe, learn and move on.  Another possibility is you can easily rise above, and fly over obstacles, landing in the exact location you truly wish to be.

The magic of guided meditations is you are healing stress on all levels; mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually whilst enjoying these beautiful magical journeys.

When you open your mind to the abundance of possibilities available to you, your whole world opens up and opportunities present themselves for you to embrace, grow and evolve.

Remember the saying ‘Life is about the journey and not the destination’.  When you understand this, and I mean really understand this, you will release all the unimportant issues and chatter which have been plaguing you, allowing you to enjoy your life on a new level, knowing you are the author.  You are in charge of your destiny!

By practising guided meditation you will notice improved changes in your thinking, your body and your life.  Healing stress in your life is vital if you wish to create an abundance of health and happiness for yourself and others.

There is little doubt that Guided meditation heals stress – simply put, there are far too many ‘real-life’ examples for this to be ‘just a coincidence’.  Over many years my clients have experienced this and it has literally changed their lives.  So start today…no excuses!