Meditation is the practice of turning one’s attention to a single point of reference. It can involve focusing on the breath, on bodily sensations, or on a word or phrase, known as a mantra. Meditation means pivoting away from distracting thoughts and focusing on the present moment.
These distracting thoughts can range from mild to extreme and disabling leading to disrupted sleep, depression and anxiety, increased blood pressure and contribute to fatigue and cloudy thinking.
These are things that mediation can help with. The psychological benefits of meditation are wide ranging: heightened creativity, decreased stress and anxiety, reduced irritability, better memory and even increased happiness and emotional stability. Regular meditation can also help you focused mind, leading to greater overall productivity. In addition, psychologically speaking, meditation can increase awareness, while making self-actualization more probable, help with mood swings, boost confidence, increase self-acceptance & empathy.
Meditation lets us get to the core of who you really are. Like a cool breeze on a hot day, meditation clears out the emotional debris and waste. It offers you a fresh perspective and a new look. It can be done anywhere and anytime; no equipment needed. Meditation helps you get deep into your subconscious mind to help you realize that you are much more than your thoughts. Meditation can help you shed the layers to reveal your true self.