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“Meditation is not to escape from society but to come back to ourselves and see what is going on. Once there is seeing, there must be acting. With mindfulness, we know what to do and what not to do to help.” Thich Nhat Hanh
From the above quote, you must have understood that today we are going to talk about a thousand-year-old practice called Meditation.

So let’s get started. Shall we?

What is Meditation?
“Meditation is a vital way to purify and quiet the mind, thus rejuvenating the body.”Deepak Chopra
Meditation is an ancient practice of eastern countries. It literally means to think or to ponder. It was usually practiced by gurus and yogis for thousands of years. Notably, the practice of meditation is used to attain consciousness, attention, and awareness.

Not to mention, it is a way to train our mind and a way to bring peace and calmness to the brain. In fact, it has the capability to transform our mind.

Why Meditation…..?
“The thing about meditation is: You become more and more you.”

Meditation is not about controlling your mind. It is about working with the mind while making it more aware. The mind becomes calmer during meditation but not unalert.

“Meditation is like giving a hug to ourselves, getting in touch with that awesome reality in us. While meditating we feel a deep sense of intimacy with God, a love that is inexplicable.”

Its regular practice is a stress relief which can bring harmony in one's life. It teaches about focus, attention and helps to be calm and compassionate.

Besides, it can be effective physiologically as well as psychologically. Various researches have proven multiple benefits of practicing meditation regularly.

Why One Should Practice Meditation?
“Meditation brings wisdom; lack of meditation leaves ignorance. Know well what leads you forward and what holds you back, and choose the path that leads to wisdom.” -Buddha

There are several benefits that speak about the importance of meditation, especially in today’s busy and relentless lifestyle.

In fact, people practice meditation due to a number of reasons. It is used to reduce stress, depression, anxiety, and inner instability. It helps to control blood pressure and improve the condition of insomniac patients.
Not to forget, regular practice of meditation increases emotional stability, inner peace, and positivity.

“The goal of meditation isn’t to control your thoughts, it’s to stop letting them control you.”

Furthermore, meditation also awakens the brain which increases the learning capacity of the practitioner. It helps to connect with the mind rather than controlling it.

Practice Meditation Under The Guidance
“The more regularly and the more deeply you meditate, the sooner you will find yourself acting always from a center of peace.”

Meditation may seem an easy practice but it cannot be done accurately without a teacher. You can try watching it from videos but you’ll hardly reach there where you meant to be.

Therefore, a good meditation teacher is very important. Besides, there are various kinds of meditation such as mindfulness meditation, concentration meditation and many more. It is very important to choose and practice wisely. Hence start meditating under the guidance of an expert.

In fact, you can join a Yoga Teacher Training Course that will help you to deepen your practice.

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