“The thing about meditation is; you become more and more of you.” -David Lynch
3 ways meditation improves your life
Mediation, a body and body practice that comes with hundreds of benefits to one’s life. It’s perfectly normal as humans to get caught up in the fast-paced, materialistic world we live in. It’s important to remember that happiness is a state of mind and could only come truly from within and not from the outside world. And that is exactly what meditation promotes; contentment and balance of all of our body’s interconnection regarding our emotional, mental, and physical health. It simply encourages a healthy lifestyle and you’ll definitely feel the difference. Although the list of meditation benefits is never-ending, here are only three reasons why you should start meditating today.
1. Healthy emotional health
Studies show that meditation reduces stress, anxiety, and depression. When pursuing meditation, people are able to take control of their emotions including their nervous system. Along with reducing ourworries, fear, and even loneliness, meditation enhances our self-esteem and while accepting ourselves as our own identity we are also inclined to tackle our own bad habits whether if it’s smoking, emotional eating, and even unhealthy self-talk. When our emotional stability is satisfied, we are more relaxed, optimistic, and able to expand our social connections. When meditating, you’ll also notice the improvement of mood and emotional intelligence against.
2. Increases mental strength
Our brains responds very well to mediation in regards to our mental health. Meditation increases the energy in our brains to best work for the way we make decisions, problem solve, process information, and memory retention. Whenever our minds meditate, we are opening our souls to our inner-selves to express things and ways that define us. You’ll use your creativity and cognitive skills in ways you’d never think of before.
3. Enhances the quality of physical being
The longevity of your lifespan will flourish with the practice of meditation. It’s been proven that meditation improves our immune system and reduces our risks of illness and disease. Meditation lessens our chances of heart and brain problems, inflammation disorders, and premenstrual and menopausal syndromes. It’s also been proven to reduce our blood pressure including our respiratory health. When you start to feel the physical benefits of meditation, all aspects of our lives will fall into place as we find more ways to get in touch with our inner-health. The quality of life doesn’t get any better when meditating for at least 5-10 minutes a day.