Tuesday, December 30, 2014
One of the most common reasons that people cite for wanting to learn meditation is to reduce stress. Life is always going to be fullof challenges, and a life without some turmoil is not only impossible but isalso undesirable.
A considerable amount of research has shown that meditationhas benefits on mental & physical health, including a reduction inproneness to depression, an increase in emotional positivity, and an increasedability to deal with life’s inevitable stresses.
People often think of meditation as being nothing more thanrelaxation. Meditation, however, not only involves relaxation (thecessation of unnecessary effort) but promotes mindfulness, which helps thestress-sufferer to recognize unhelpful patterns of thought that give rise to thestress response, and also involves the active cultivation of positive mentalstates such as loving-kindness, compassion, patience, and energy.
Each meditation group session is geared towards the needs ofthe individuals of the group itself.
"Meditation, It's not what you think!"