Why Choose To Meditate?
Meditation is practised by millions of people globally for many reasons, meditation is a tool and an avenue to develop a deeper connection with ourselves. It gives us an opportunity to reflect and check-in in with ourselves, allowing us to create freedom from the daily stress of our busy lives. Meditation teaches you to balance thoughts.
We all live two lives simultaneously; we live life in our thoughts, and we live life as our experience in the present moment. Freedom from stress and worry comes as our life in thoughts reduces and our experience of the present moment leads. Freedom comes through learning how to balance the two (thoughts and the present moment) and meditation is a way to learn and develop that ability.
Benefits of Mediation
Reduction of Stress and Anxiety - Meditation helps you reduces your stress, deal with anxiety disorders and panic attacks as a way to calm nerves
More Energy and Better Sleep - People who meditate on average sleep better, have lower heart rates, have lower blood pressure, and get sick less often.
Increases Memory and Helps You Think More Clearly - Remove all of the unnecessary garbage from your thought-patterns. This t frees up your mind to keep what is useful and important more efficiently.
Increases Ability to Empathize and Bond with People - Meditation activates the positive, happy, empathetic aspects of the brain. helping build and develop stronger relationships with partners, friends and family, it increases ability to empathize and care about the emotions of others and bond with them more easily.
Increases Emotional Stability - For people who are prone to outbursts of anger or sadness, meditation helps people regulate and control their emotions, making you calmer.
Why Should I Do Yoga
Modern yoga has evolved with a focus on exercise, strength, flexibility, and breathing. It can help boost physical and mental well-being. There are many styles of yoga, and no style is more authentic or superior to another, the key is to choose a class appropriate for your fitness level.
Yoga is not a system of beliefs. It takes into account the influence that the body and mind have on each other and brings them into mutual harmony. Sometimes the mind cannot concentrate simply because of tension or illness in the body, which prevent the energy from flowing to the brain. Yoga works primarily with the energy in the body, through the science of Pranayama (Breathing techniques), and Mediation. Yoga teaches how, through breath-control, to still the mind and attain higher states of awareness.