There seems to be a lot of misconceptions about meditation. People tend to think that meditation is religious, something for monks and saints, that it takes a ton of time daily and years of practice to get it right.
But meditation is simply a mental exercise. Its purpose is to improve one’s awareness. Anybody can do it, and just a few minutes daily can have a positive effect on one’s mental and physical health.
Give it a try. You might find that you’re more focused, less stressed and more productive.
Are you new to meditation, and interested in finding out how to start a practice? Katy Davis and Dan Harris will walk you through the basics in this short video.
A lot of people are still walking around with some preconceived notions about meditation. This article dispels some of these misconceptions.
The habit of meditation is one of the most powerful things you can learn. Amazingly, it’s also one of the most simple habits to do — you can do it anywhere, anytime, and it will always have immediate benefits.
Meditation is one of the most important habits to learn. It can become the foundation for everything else you do. Meditation reminds you to be calm and focus on the present and what’s important to you now.
Until Next Week
Try practicing meditation; just a few minutes per day could improve your well-being and productivity.