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Why Meditation?

Meditation has widespread positive effects on the body, brain and mind. It’s the process of Relaxation, Awareness and Expansion of Awareness which leads to freedom from conflict, fear and sufferings and the experience of peace, passion and bliss.

The good effects of meditation:

There are enough evidence from scientific research about the good effects of meditation on body, brain and mind.

  1. Reversal of  stress response and relaxation :

The most important and early effect of meditation is relaxation and freedom from stress.Why Meditation? and its good effects!

With turbulent streams of thought, both good and bad, constantly rushing through the mind, people experience stress. The three pillars of a healthy life, namely appetite, sleep and sex, are disturbed.

If this response continues, permanent damage may occur to the body and the brain and may lead to many health problems including sleep disturbances, anxiety or depression, memory loss, increased risk of accidents, problems in relationships and work to various physical illnesses such as asthma, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, high blood pressure, heart problems, strokes, allergies, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, tension and migraine headaches, arthritis, infertility, hormonal disturbances, decreasing functioning of immune system causing frequent infections, obesity, possibly cancer of various kinds, premature aging, etc.

Meditation reverses the effects of stress, and induces relaxation to help in healing the body and mind.

  1. Decreased heart rate and blood pressure to prevent heart attacks and stroke

  2. Better control over emotions and mood

  3. Improvement in sleep

  4. Relief from the anxiety and depression

  5. Preventing the age related degenerative changes in the brain to protect it from dementia

  6. Increased sense of well-being and happiness

  7. Reduction in chronic pain and addictive behaviour

  8. Increased immunity

  9. Increased compassion, love and peace

  10. Enhanced creativity

  11. Experience of flow which brings optimal performance in life’s activities

  12. Transcendence of ego which brings freedom from fear and sufferings and leads to the experience of Samadhi, Moksha, Non-duality and Nirvana

What else benefits of meditation do you know? Let us know by commenting below!

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