The Many Modes of Meditation
Learn How Meditation Can Transform Your Life
Meditation is a simple, straightforward practice available to everyone, regardless of physical ability, age, or any other “limitation” that might otherwise hold you back from trying something new.
Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years and remains so popular because it can reduce stress, increase calmness, and promote happiness.
At first, meditation can feel uncomfortable because it is like exercising a muscle that perhaps you’ve never worked out before. However, once you get started, benefits come quickly as just a few minutes of practice a day can make a big difference.
Meditation is a tool that you can use to bring yourself back to the present during stressful situations that might otherwise derail you from your day, so taking a few moments to check in with yourself is well worth the time and effort.
Join me so that you can get started on your journey toward a more peaceful and enlightened future!
What to Expect From The Many Modes of Meditation
I created The Many Modes of Meditation as a way to introduce the practice of meditation in a way that feels accessible and manageable for everyone, regardless of their knowledge or experience.
During our time together, it’s my goal to act as your guide for all things related to meditation, so I’ll be encouraging questions and concerns through the entire facilitation!
Topics we’ll be discussing include:
-How meditation affects the brain
-What mindfulness is, and the difference between meditation and mindfulness
-The many benefits of meditation as well as ways to incorporate the practice into your everyday life
And so much more!
Well Nourished Life
Walk Away With The Tools For A More Balanced Life
Meditation isn’t about becoming a new person; it’s about training your brain to become more aware of your surroundings in a way that gives you a healthy sense of perspective. By learning to meditate, you learn to observe the world around you, as well as your reactions to your surroundings without judgment. Once you accomplish this, you’ll be able to understand your own feelings better and create a healthier, more in-touch relationship with your mind and the way it operates.
Put most simply, meditation is a way to train your mind to focus on the present, instead of allowing it to stray toward worry about the future, or dwelling on the past.
Meditation gives us the tools to be less stressed, as well as calmer and kinder to ourselves and the people we surround ourselves with. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about what meditation has to offer you!
I Can’t Wait To Share With You On Friday, September 13th At 2:00 pm EDT!