Do you want to be Calmer, Happier and More Productive?

Some people seem to cope so well with life, blessed with a positive perspective of the world and lots of space and time to achieve everything they want. Is this how it really is or do they have a secret weapon? Perhaps they have discovered the secret of meditation and how it can benefit them.

So what is meditation, what can it do for you and how can you incorporate it into your daily life? Perhaps your vision of meditation is of monks sitting in silence on top of a mountain, completely separate from the real world. Meditation is in fact a universal practice which is becoming increasingly popular in the West to quieten the mind, reduce stress and heal the body, mind and spirit.

Meditation means ‘to become familiar with’ and is a way of exploring and getting to know your inner self. It is a system anyone can master, where thought, contemplation and reflection are used to improve physical and emotional wellbeing. It is about getting in touch with your senses, connecting to your true self and filtering out negative and busy thoughts.

These days many of us are so busy that we rarely have any quiet time. Our senses tend to be drawn outward, rather than inward in exploration of ourselves to discover who we really are or find our true purpose in life.

“Awareness is the greatest
agent for change”

Ekhart Tolle

When sitting quietly in meditation, you become acutely aware of your physical sensations and learn to be in the present moment rather than focusing on the past or the future. With regular practice, meditation can help you find peace, clarity, stability and lightness. You will become calmer, happier and more productive. 

Join Wendy Rosendfelt, Meditation Practitioner and Maharishi Vedic Health Educator on the Happy Mind Tele-seminar series where she will share with you her secrets on the benefits of meditation and how it can enhance your life on many levels.

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2 Responses to Do you want to be Calmer, Happier and More Productive?

  1. Hi Tracey, great blog! You are so right. Meditation has become a mainstream Western practice to reduce anxiety and depression. Psychology has embraced Eastern traditional practices of mediation and it has become quite a legitimate field of study and therapeutic practice. We have a great deal of psychological evidence about how meditation literally reduces symptoms of depression and anxiety and increases our resiliency to developing these conditions!

    Lots of love

    • tracey says:

      Hi Vanessa, Absolutely, I have meditated daily for four years now and find that I am so much more resilient to cevents and circumstances that would have once knocked me down emotionally. I love it.

      Thank you Tracey xx

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