Why Meditation is Important?
Life is sometimes crazy. We all know how we feel when everything seems a little too much. It is at these very moments that you have to take a careful break and focus on your inner world.
One day you feel like you can challenge the world. But for others, someone can offend you when someone blocks your traffic. You don't want your peace to be determined by what's happening around you, and you ride a roller coaster of emotions.
Here at New Beginnings Meditation, we are passionate about encouraging people to start meditation. Our mission is to support the mental health of people around the world by finding peace for people around the world and providing tools to address modern stressors.
Benefits of Meditation
Although a hot topic these days, meditation is an ancient practice that is now widespread because of its many benefits. Over the past few decades, the scientific benefits of meditation have been studied by many clinical and research groups around the world. To varying degrees, systematic reviews and meta-analyses have found evidence of the physiological benefits of meditation.
1. Meditation Reduces Stress and Anxiety
Studies show that regular and accurate meditation can reduce stress and anxiety, helping people around the world relieve stress I am looking to meditation for this. This reduces stress-related illnesses such as high blood pressure, insomnia, chronic pain and malaise, while reducing the risk of stress-prone illnesses such as heart disease, digestive disorders and headaches.
2. Meditation boosts immunity
Meditation also increases resistance to illness and improves time for surgery and recovery from illness. These health benefits of meditation are due to the fact that meditation helps slow down brain waves to a calm state, which also makes the body calmer and more relaxed.
3. Meditation Relieves Pain
Many medical centers and hospitals now offer meditation classes to reduce stress, eliminate certain illnesses, and improve patient health. Meditation can heal our body by healing our mind and emotional state. Being absorbed in yourself can distract you from feeling the effects of your illness. There is God's healing power that we can use to shift our consciousness from the physical to the spiritual side. By connecting with your inner strength in meditation, you can overcome physical pain.
4. Meditation relaxes the body
Meditation takes more rest than the same sleep time. why? When we sleep, we dream. We can have good dreams and stressful dreams
The sleeping body can react to dreams as if it were awake. We can turn over. But in meditation, the body and mind still remain. There are no miserable thoughts or dreams to respond with meditation. Thus, it is a time of peace for our bodies.
5. Meditation heals the mind
Our mind is often upset by pressure. Life has become complicated. People have too much to do and don't have enough time to do it. Some people have jobs that require a long time and too much responsibility. Others do two jobs to raise a family. People are surprised – they get frustrated, out of balance and “stressed”. They can act in ways that are not "their". Sometimes they get rid of their frustration with their loved ones.
6. Meditation calms the mind
Meditation is a way to get rid of the imbalances caused by psychological stress. By spending time in meditation, we create a calm heaven to rebalance the functions of the mind.
Researchers who record brain activity have found that our brain waves are measured at 13-20 Hz when we are engaged in stressful situations at work, in traffic, or in combat flight mode. .. In meditation, brain waves are recorded between 58 Hz, a state of deep relaxation. Meditation reduces stress levels. The mind is calm and the body is calm. Through meditation, we bring healing of the state of mind. That way, we can function more effectively and peacefully in this world.
7. Meditation improves concentration
As stress levels decrease, we gain more mental clarity, calmness, and a sense of balance when performing our daily activities. Improves concentration and concentration, and increases productivity in all activities. We have more control over our reactions and can face conflicts and adversities with calm and tranquility. Our point of view changes. We see a panorama of life about what it is and the little things don't bother us anymore.
8. Emotionally Healing
Why is meditation the solution to so many illnesses in modern society?
To understand this, we need to better understand the root causes of many sufferings. Why do we feel overwhelmed, unhappy, lonely, unfounded, unfulfilled, or hurt? Maybe we are looking for a connection in our lives or need healing. Maybe we feel safe and unreliable, or we are not happy with what life has to offer. The glass of life may look half empty. All of these illnesses, for whatever reason, have a fundamental reality: they all stem from our innate nature as beloved and beloved human beings.
We seek love from the moment we are born. Because that is our true essence. In meditation, we experience this love for ourselves.
9. Meditation soaks us in love
Meditation can complement the treatment to heal emotional pain. When people tackle emotional problems under the guidance of trained professionals, they can increase their healing through meditation. Meditation can help in several ways. First, by standing beyond the physical consciousness, we see our life from a clear perspective. We recognize the source of our pain and solve the problem. Second, in meditation, we contact the source of love. The flow of light consists of the same essence of our soul and God: love, awareness, and bliss. When we touch the flow of God, we experience God's love. We connect with the love of God hidden within us. It says, "God is love, the soul is love, and the way back to God is through love." Contact with God's love is filled with more love than we can imagine. This can fill holes that can cause emotional pain. Through the healing power of meditation, emotional pain can be relieved and eliminated
10. Meditation Improves Our Communication
Communication with the Inner World-Another Word of Meditation-Improves Relationships with Our Outer World. As we experience the realm of higher beings, we find that our inner light is in other people. This leads to an understanding of the unity of life. With this consciousness, we foster love, forgiveness, and respect for all. We begin to look at life from a new perspective and our behavior changes. As a result, we learn to treat and care for others. We want to serve people and help them. We do what we can to get rid of the suffering of others. Our communication will improve, we will be more humble and kind than ever, and we will be more sensitive to the hearts of others.
11. Meditation helps in life's problems
There are always problems in life, many of which are beyond our control. However, meditation can help you deal with problems in two ways. (1) Meditation can control the unhealthy physical response to the challenges we face. Meditation slows the heart and relaxes our body and mind. When the body is calm, the physical response to stress is relieved. Therefore, meditation provides a defense against stress and allows you to face problems without disturbing your physiological system. Meditation provides a way to control our reaction
(2) Meditation changes our perspective so that we begin to look at life and all ups and downs from different perspectives. This shift allows us to face the problem of calmness and calmness.
12. Remove the fear of death
Meditation gives you a glimpse into another world. This experience shows that the soul remains alive after death. Death is just a change from one state to another. It's like taking off your coat. We have thrown away this physical garment for spiritual things. We find that we exist beyond physical death. We lose our fear of death. This brings inner peace when we face the challenges of life. We face life with the calmness and wisdom that pervades the people around us.
13. Meditation can be our inner retreat
As you become accustomed to meditation, you can evoke the same calming reaction in difficult situations. Instead of reacting immediately, you can do quiet meditation. Putting yourself in meditation is a defense against stress-producing reactions. We can carry the tranquility of meditative state all day long in the face of tension. The more you meditate, the easier it is to feel tranquility when faced with daily challenges.
Meditation Heals the Mind
The Spiritual Benefits of Meditation
The Real Reasons to Meditate
The important thing about meditation is that the physical, mental, and emotional benefits are only by-products of true meditation. Meditation is more than you think. The real reason to meditate is certainly a spiritual reason-it is to enjoy the spiritual benefits of practice. Meditation helps us to become aware of our true essence, our spiritual nature. When we become aware of our spiritual nature, we come to know God, and then everything else in life is appropriate. We experience innate love, joy, and bliss, and that love invades our beings. We experience inner peace.
Inner and Outer Peace
The benefits of meditation are not limited to us. There is another notable by-product of meditation. Just as flowers spread their scent to those around us, we begin to radiate the love and peace we experience in meditation to others. When we heal everything through the alchemy of God's love that we have experienced in meditation, we become tools to bring healing to our world. We will be ambassadors of love and peace. By gaining inner peace through meditation, we contribute to the realization of outer peace in our world.