Meditation has been used thousands of years ago by people in their quest of inner harmony and peace. All major religions use in their teaching meditation to attain spiritual enlightenment. Meditation has a load of benefits it improve concentration, increased self-awareness and unable us to combat stress by helping us to relax and cope. it improve social interaction, improve health and mental health and some have been able to conquer depression, or addiction to drug and alcohol, caffeine.
There is no doubt that the mind ability to analyse, discriminate, plan and communicate has helped us reach where we are today. Yet it can be a double edge sword. Our brain may help us to reason, to think creatively and to relate to others. If we do not learn to switch it off we can go stir crazy, it can persecute us with fears about failure, our appearance or the opnion of others may have an affect on us. Meditation can bring relief to anxiety by helping to silence our inner chatter to recognise the dismay of negative thoughts and create a feeling of peace and serenity.
"All you need is deep within you waiting to unfold and reveal itself. All you have to do is sit still empty your mind of any thoughts and reach the great inner being withing you and take time to find it to seek for what is within and you will surely find it. Inner peace, positiveness and thoughts, chankra all align and working perfectly good flow of energy you feel grounded and earths."
Health and work benefit
Clinical studies into the effect of meditation are encouraging they have shown reduction in migraines, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, period, anxiety and panic attacks, has well has lower level of stress hormones, low blow pressure and improve circulation. They have also shown that meditation can control pulse and respiratory rates and increased job satisfaction and work performance. As result doctor are recognising the therapeutic benefits of meditations and some are recommending meditation exercise and relaxation techniques to their patients to helps stress related ailment.
Meditation does not discriminate
Today meditation is no longer preserve to mystics, yogis and philosophers. Its is for everyone. Its values has been recognised by many. You do not have to be religious or have a huge amount of time to meditate, you can do it no matter how old or busy you are so if you up to learning how to beat stress, understand more about yourself or increase your sense of well-being meditation is for you.
I will write further post on meditation on other post for those of you you are interested. I meditate a lots it my way of life and I have a positive attitude towards life, good health and a reasonable looking body.
The precise way in which the body should be positioned in each yoga pose in order to obtain the maximum benefit from the pose and avoid injury. Each yoga style has its own take on alignment. In many contemporary methods, props are used to help students get into the best possible alignment.
Examples: The proper alignment for cat-cow stretch is to have the shoulders over the wrists and the knees over the ankles.
On the next exhale:
1. Release the tops of your feet to the floor.
2. Round your spine.
3. Drop your head.
4. Take your gaze to your navel.
Repeat the cat-cow stretch on each inhale and exhale, matching the movement to your own breath.
Continue for 5-10 breaths, moving the whole spine. After your final exhale, come back to a neutral spine.
I practice Yoga on occasion I love it keep you flexible pose in the picture I do this often after exercising in Southwark outdoor gym using the weight.
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