6-Phase Meditation

6-Phase Meditation

According to Vishen Lakhiani, Writer and Speaker, in order to live a full life it is essential to force on 6 aspects of our life to keep the mind positive and healthy in order to achieve the desired goals.

Are they:

  1. Compassion: we connect to all beings with a feeling of love and compassion, becoming one with the whole.
  2. Gratitude: we are grateful to someone who has done us a kindness or something good that has happened to us.
  3. Forgiveness: we take advantage of the loving, grateful and complete frequency that we find ourselves to forgive someone or any situation that has hurt us.
  4. Perfect Day: we bring the memory of a very happy day for this sense of accomplishment to return to our cells.
  5. Desired future: with our cells vibrating completeness, we visualize something that we desire in the near future being realized.
  6. Blessing: We feel blessings for fulfillment falling on us. Create new habits, and make them a bridge for your evolution!

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Stress Relief through Meditation

Stress Relief through Meditation

Learn how meditation works and its benefits in reducing stress

With the lifestyle we lead, there are few people who do not suffer from any symptoms of stress.

In view of the impacts it causes on our health, we need some actions that contribute to the reduction of these impacts, and one of them is meditation.

Who has never been in a stressful situation or has suffered from any of the countless effects it causes?

Stress should not be overlooked: if left untreated, it can damage your immune system, considerably increasing the chances of several health problems.

Meditation is very positive for the treatment of physical and mental illnesses. ‘Studies show that it can reduce the effects of depression, anxiety, heart problems, sleep, among others.

Research shows that the practice reduces the discharge of hormones such as cortisol and, in addition, boosts immunity.

Stress reduction is perhaps the most noticeable benefit of meditation. No wonder, the American doctor Jon Kabat-Zinn, one of those responsible for popularizing the practice in the West, created a mindfulness program specially designed to deal with stress, called Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (or MBSR) , which consists of eight weeks of practice. Since its creation, more than 370 studies on its effectiveness have been carried out. One of the most comprehensive analyzed the impact of the program on 93 individuals diagnosed with anxiety disorder, a problem that affects one third of the world population according to WHO. Scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital, USA, found that the technique drastically reduced stress levels and the feeling of despair in the face of problems.

One of the reasons for the good result may be the power of meditation to reduce levels of cortisol, the stress hormone. A survey by Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein, Unifesp and the Appana Mind Institute revealed that 1h15min of yoga and meditation three times a week, over two months, halved cortisol levels in a class where anxiety reached levels alarming, caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients.

Living more peacefully is great. But reducing stress has another important role in the body: controlling cardiovascular problems, diabetes, obesity, depression and Alzheimer’s, chronic diseases that are at the top of the causes of death in the world.

Cortisol works as an alarm. In risky situations, it informs the body that it is time to prepare for an emergency. The cells give priority to the immediate expenditure of energy, which will help us, for example, to run out in the face of a life or death situation. But that system was perfected millennia ago, when human problems were linked to wild nature – ferocious animals and hunger. Our ancestors who survived had high levels of cortisol and adrenaline in their blood because threats were present all the time. Thanks to these hormones, the muscles were well supplied so that our ancestors could take off at the right time. Emergency was the priority. With cortisol in the blood, the body distributes less energy for cell maintenance or for the immune system, which stops fighting a silly infection. These two activities do not kill anyone in a single day – like the lion. But they can be fatal in the medium and long term.

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Research source: “Revista Superinteressante”

What is Meditating?

What is Meditating?

What is Meditating?

To meditate is to be present, in the here and now, to experience each day, each hour and each minute of your life as a whole. It is walking, talking, eating, breathing, in short, living consciously being with your conscience in the present moment.

Aware that you are responsible for what you think.

In parts, the modern world has facilitated our dispersion of the present moment. We are busy, in a hurry, thinking about tomorrow … we keep saying that everything is very busy … always leaving it for later, in the next launch, in the next lunch, in the next conversation and even in the next life. What can this cause us ?? We no longer live in the now, letting go of several opportunities that perhaps will never return.

Meditating silences thoughts …

What do you mean by silencing thoughts ?? it is not the silence we are used to, it is putting yourself in the position of observer and practicing self-observation. It is to let thoughts arise, but without labels or judgments.

What the purpose of meditation is is an individual experience, everyone will discover their ideal way of meditating and will experience the entire meditation process in a very particular way and also according to their goals.

You can use meditation to sleep better, before a meeting or important event, to relax during a flight, relieve emotional pain, reduce stress … in short, to connect with yourself!

Make this moment a habit and you will see the infinite benefits that meditation and meditation can bring you like being happier, having more resilience, self-realization, tranquility, self-knowledge and much more. However, you will only discover what it is to meditate after you feel that you are really willing to do it, and get started, the first step.

Tips to start practicing:

There are not many secrets to start with, but there are some tips that make it easier to practice, such as:

Accept your thoughts: do not create expectations, your thoughts will not disappear overnight. You will learn to observe them and not to get attached to them;

Establish a routine: to start realizing the benefits of practice, you need to practice daily. One suggestion is to practice a morning meditation to start the day well.

Find your technique: there are different types and techniques of meditation. Explore this universe and find out which one makes the most sense for you.

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Meditation is a divine gift. It simplifies our outer life and energizes our inner life. Meditation gives us a natural and spontaneous life, so natural and spontaneous that we cannot even breathe without being aware of our own divinity. ”

– Sri Chinmoy, from the book Meditation

Life is Art

Life is Art

We must act when we realize it! I heard that at various times in my life when I was younger … Today I understand the true meaning!

And being attentive to the messages, I detected the disease in time that could have taken me from this plan.

Be aware of the signs, both of our physical bodies and those that happen around us.

To act in the Art of full life so that we are in constant development.

“The meaning of man’s life is to express the unique and peculiar personality that has been given him by God for the benefit of others and society”