Do you want to be more successful? Then the question becomes...what do successful people have in common?
They all know how to stay calm no matter what and are in control of their thoughts and emotions...which is not easy to do in a world that can be a very stressful, turbulent place. Many people are overworked and have lots of responsibilities to take care of - especially true for those on top in a fast-paced, competitive world.
Want to know what that secret weapon is to stay calm and have self-control mastery over your mind and body?
It's called meditation. Surely you have heard of it...but why is meditation so important?
Well, do you want to always have that sense of calmness, peace, and assurance or diminish stress, anxiety, and pain for better health?
Here are some profound benefits of mediation:
That's all meditation can do for you. The benefits of meditation are endless, as it's only your mind doing the work for you, and the mind, as you know, is capable of possibilities limited only by your imagination.
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I’ve often thought about meditating, but I usually associate it with a lengthy process involving mantras, uncomfortable positions, and years of practice. But the title “Instant Meditation” caught my attention, especially since I’d downloaded another book in the “Instant Series.” This isn’t a book that requires belief in a religion or spiritual activities – it’s just a down-to-Earth collection of easily understood information, simple exercises and motivational techniques to improve your life, gain energy and at the same time, release tension. Much of the audio book focuses on different breathing techniques, as well as visualization. There are exercises you can do at home, at work, in a crisis situation, while taking a walk – really anywhere you want to shut out the world for a brief time and re-gain peace in your life. There are several suggestions for meditation based on what you wish to accomplish (for example, I needed and was able to use the meditation focused on preparing yourself before delivering a speech or speaking before others). I found all of the exercises to be good, but about 4 of them I use on a regular basis. The time needed to do a meditation is short (about 5 minutes), so I think everyone can find time to do this. Just listening to the hour-long audio book helped me start to relax!
So easy to understand and so many practical exercises
I am using several of the exercises, especially the one about learning to speak in public.
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