Meditation , opening the door of the soul..

PART 1

The science of meditation has been around and known for thousands of years.

Today at Sarvodaya's Early Morning meditation

Today at Sarvodaya’s Early Morning meditation (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It is one of the most prominent alternative and/ or complementary types of therapy that helps the person heal and get his needed balance on all three levels (physical, emotional and spiritual).

Meditation is a practice in which an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness, either to realize some benefit or just for that aim in itself.

The term “meditation” can refer to the state itself, as well as to practices or techniques employed to cultivate the state of mind we wish to achieve.

Meditation often involves an internal effort to self-regulate the mind in some way. It may be done sitting, or in a more active way.

Mind science research has suggested that the key to most of the things we want in life, whether it’s abundance, career success, health, happiness or enlightenment, lies in a particular state of mind.

That state of mind if cannot be achieved spontaneously, we may need to consider natural ways to help us get into that; one of which is certainly the meditation.

Scientifically, there are certain brain waves that correspond to that state of mind – in which we are capable to get anything we desire in life; the scientists call this the Alpha and Theta brainwave frequencies.

What would happen if you could reduce the resistance in the human brain?

By training to function at brain frequency levels known as Alpha and Theta; levels of deep relaxation that most people experience while meditating or in light sleep. If  you  train your mind this way you will see a significant improve in your life on many levels, you can even use that with the kids which may help them improve their grades at school, some research  have  even found evidence of enhanced intuitive functioning for some people when they started using their brains at the previously mentioned frequencies.

Calmness is the ideal state in which we should receive all life’s experiences,” writes Paramahansa Yogananda (1893-1952), founder of the Self-Realization Fellowship, in the prominent book Inner Peace.

Meditation is the perfect antidote for the constant intrusion of technology in our lives. In fact, recent research has shown that meditating twice per day for about 20 minutes can actually reduce blockages in your blood vessels, significantly lowering the risk of sudden death by heart attack or stroke.

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