According to Women’s Day Magazine, June 2019 edition, “You don’t need to hold a special pose to meditate…Just chill & focus on your breath.”
Meditation relaxes your mind, body and spirit in such a way that you are mindful of the present moment, your breathing, your body, the sounds around you & most importantly, how you feel.
Take a few minutes throughout the day to relax. Research has proven that when you do, you will experience less stress, less anxiety, a reduction in sleep problems, and even your reaction to negative “outside influences,” such as traffic, work environment, and noise.
It is not surprising people feel like they are not in control of their lives. With the long hours we work, the short vacations we get (if any at all), and the non-stop barrage of marketing and social media it is a wonder we have any energy or attention left over to get even the simplest tasks done.
I would have never thought that treating my sleep apnea would improve my IC symptoms. I was at the point where I was waking up every 1 to 2 hours to use the bathroom. I was always completely exhausted both physically and mentally. The only thing I could think of was when was my next […]
sometimes life becomes very difficult, as difficult that we start complaining to our God. we really don’t know that God had might be planning something special for us. This is why we do so! because we start to compare our-self with others, we do not think that everyone has different qualities or even we know but we hide it from our inner self. And that curiosity of being like others snatches the real pleasures of life, therefore our lives become despondent. In fact, we make our lives arduous. So, stop comparing yourself with others love yourself who you are. Live with this belief that you are here for a special purpose and God has awarded you different talent and skills.
Are you in pain or feeling tense? Do you feel like your life is in chaos?
A body that is in pain or tense negatively affects our mental capacity.
Ever tried to concentrate with a toothache?
Luckily, the reverse is also true.
With the “Stress Response”, hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol raise the heart-rate, quicken the breath and prime the muscles for action. It’s a vital survival mechanism, however long term stress can cause serious damage.
Our bodies are programmed to heal. The magic of healing happens automatically. You don’t need to tell your finger to heal a paper cut. It just does.
However, an overworked mind interferes with the healing process… especially when it’s thinking about what could go wrong!
8 years ago, my friend Scott was lying in a hospital bed…
…listening to the sound of machines that were keeping him alive.
Today, he’s a world explorer…
Today, he teaches possibly the fastest, easiest mindfulness method in history.
Watch his presentation and use his 7 Minute method today…