Why Meditate And Whats In It For Me?
Why Learn How To Meditate ? - Part 1
OK – I’ll Tell You Why.
Well, there are numerous reasons and health benefits for you to want start meditating on a regular basis, so let's move on and delve a little deeper, shall we?
Just a few minutes per day, say anywhere between 15-20 minutes can set you off on a new exciting path in life.
However, when you first start to apply meditation into your everyday life, gradual is the key.
Begin with 5 minutes and gradually increase the minutes over a period of a couple of weeks up to 15 to 20 minutes. If it takes longer then so-be-it.
When and where do you meditate?
But all the above means nothing and is not written in stone, you just have to find your ideal place to meditate, and your typical times that suit you, so, please don’t fret.
Meditation and reaching Stillness (transcendence) will come about naturally and effortlessly.
Each time you meditate, please try to meditate on an empty stomach.
I don’t want to fill the page at this stage for fear of overwhelming you… but the list is endless. I could go on and on but I won’t… I can't have you running for the hills. 🙂
You see, setting yourself up with a good regular meditation program will most certainly help you stabilise your nervous system, which is the powerhouse to your health.
Not forgetting that your nervous system whether you realise it or not sends out signals good or bad, which can affect your well-being if left unchecked.
But please don’t forget that your stress levels affect your whole wellbeing, seriously! I can’t stress that enough.
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About the Author
Hi, I’m Victor I. Daly,
I’m the creator of “Ask Vic – Mantra Meditation system, which I’m extremely proud to present to you.
I have been an active meditator for thirty years. My goal is to get my meditation system into the hands of as many people as I can, in a technique that is simple to learn and without all the mystic gobbledegook that shrouds many systems.
If you would like to contact me, I would love to hear from you. I’m at, firstname.lastname@example.org
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