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Why Meditate?

April 23,2019

Why Meditate?

  1. Meditation is easy to do

The Success Without Stress meditation program we offer is an effortless practice. It involves no concentration, nor controlling of thoughts. It is a simple mental technique that supports the minds’ natural tendency to move to a state that is naturally calm, and relaxed, yet alert.

 

  1. Meditation can change our lives

Taking 20 minutes, twice a day pays off in the long run. From your first meditation session, you will experience results. You’ll feel stress, tension, anxiety, sorrow and anger just melt away. You’ll feel sharper, clearer, more at ease and resilient to stress. You’ll also start sleeping better. These results grow exponentially over time as you move towards reaching your greatest potential in life.

 

  1. Meditations positive effects are proven

Yogis and doctors both agree: meditating relaxes the brain, reduces anxiety, and decreases depression and pain. It also increases self-awareness, problem solving abilities, immunity, relationships and much, much more.

 

A 2005 study at Harvard Medical School found that meditation increases the thickness of your prefrontal cortex, the area of your brain associated with attention and self-awareness.

Dr. Elizabeth Hoge, a psychiatrist and assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, found that meditation help those with generalised anxiety disorder, a condition marked by hard-to-control worries, poor sleep, and irritability.

 

  1. Meditation works in the modern world

The modern world is chaotic. Having an effortless tool like meditation is highly beneficial in today’s society. The need to sit, pause, recover energy, release stress and boost immunity is necessary in this world riddled with stresses, anxiety, heart disease, cancer, depression and chronic disease. Our Success Without Stress meditation program gives you a simple mental technique that can be practised anywhere – on a plane, train, bus… anywhere. There is no need for a class, props, or to sit a certain way. You simply close the eyes and gently begin practising the technique.

 

  1. Celebrities love Meditation.

Many top stars in music, film, art, fashion and business leaders all contribute meditation to their success and their continued success. Jerry Seinfeld, Katy Perry, Jennifer Aniston, Hugh Jackman, Miranda Kerr, Gwyneth Paltrow, Lena Dunham, Tom Hanks, Jennifer Lopez, David Lynch and many more.

 

  1. Meditation is part of business today

Meditation works for leading organisations around the world who have introduced meditation in the work place, such as Sony, Google, Harvard Law School, The New York Times, The United Nations, IBM, IMG and Lazard’s. Improved job performance, emotional intelligence and reduced sickness and absenteeism are significant and substantiated reasons for implementing and including meditation in HR training.

 

If you’d like to learn to Meditate, please be in touch. We run monthly courses form our sister company Veda Wellness in Melbourne, Australia. Or you can learn during your stay at Sukhavati. Please email rejuvenation@sukhavatibali.com today to enquire or contact us here and chat with one of our team members!

 

Author: Tegan Wallis

 

Tegan is a Naturopath, Ayurveda Health Consultant and Yoga Teacher at Sukhavati’s sister company, Veda Wellness.

For more information about Tegan or her services, please go to: www.vedawellness.com.au

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