You don’t need to be Buddha to meditate!
Anybody can learn to meditate! “Not me”, I hear many clients say, “I can’t sit still for 5 minutes; there’s other things that I need to do; how can I find time just for me?”, there are as many reasons why you should not afford yourself the luxury of peace as there are reasons for. The evidence supporting the positive effects of meditation and relaxation is everywhere, and you deserve time out of your day just for yourself. Taking time out to create a meditation practice is one of the key elements in the active participation of your healing journey.
Meditation is not an alternate therapy, it is an extremely effective and productive way to still the mind sufficiently, which will see positive results in the reduction of stress triggers, anxiety and fear based emotions and thoughts. This form of centeredness has been practiced for thousands of years, and with proof of success in all corners of the world. Once you experience the benefits, you will not find it surprising that so many people meditate – and meditate for a multitude of reasons, all with amazing results.
Physical and psychological changes associated with relaxation and meditation:
A slowing of the mind
Decrease in breathing rate, metabolic rate, heartbeat and blood pressure
Reduction in anxiety levels, and extremely effective for stress management
Decrease in pain levels
Improved management of pain
General feeling of increased happiness
Improved memory, concentration, and intuition
Once comfortable with the process of meditation, you, like many students of meditation, may experience a feeling that something within your mind body connection has shifted or changed – that feeling is actually the process of finding peace and center.
Rejuvenation and healing of the body and mind takes place during periods of relaxation, meditation, rest and sleep. Whilst in waking and “doing” mode, the body is literally taking care of basic survival and existence; the body is busy pumping blood, allowing breathing to take place, and of course unwittingly allowing very busy thoughts to dominate the majority of peoples minds … seeing the benefits yet?
Meditation can sometimes be the only time a cancer client takes out of their lives to actually allow their mind to quieten.
Anybody new to meditation, or newly running the gamut of emotions after being diagnosed with cancer, may wish to book a private appointment with me to investigate the methods of meditation, efficient breathing techniques, and relaxation tools, that will allow better coping strategies and increased feelings of peace – finding you inner sanctuary.
To book your private meditation session, or to join a meditation group, please phone Debbie
on 0414 632 668, or email email@example.com
BUT BEFORE YOU LEAVE THIS PAGE – will you allow yourself only 10 minutes… right now – to click on the link below and just….be…just for 10 minutes…try it now! Allow your attention to be only on the sound that you hear, and give yourself permission to just let go for this short time – then come back tomorrow and try it again!!!