Group Meditation Program
Group Meditation Program – COMING SOON.
“You are not here to make others understand you. You are here to understand yourself.”
We all know how difficult it can be to meditate well and maintain a meditation practice alone. But when we meditate in a group, the meditation becomes much easier.
It also gives us a boost of encouragement to continue with our own individual meditation practice at home. When you meditate together with others, you are all pulling on the same side. A certain synergy of energy is created together, and everybody achieves more. Meditating in a group is a fun and healthy way to socialize and learn a new skill that is good for ones mind, body, and soul. It can be a rewarding experience which can provide the members with spiritual nourishment vital to their development.
There are thousands of studies that have shown how meditation can positively impact mental and physical health. Whether it’s by reducing stress, improving sleep, increasing focus, or improving relationships, studies have shown that meditation works profoundly.
What if there was a simple solution that’s been scientifically proven to decrease your stress levels? Something that will clear your mind of all the clutter and help you feel refreshed each morning with more focus and energy? Like you’re ready to take on the world?
This is exactly what meditation does. You superpower your brain!
For many of us, relaxation means zoning out in front of the TV at the end of a stressful day. But this does little to reduce the damaging effects of stress.
To effectively combat stress, we need to activate the body’s natural relaxation response. You can do this by practicing relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, Reiki, yoga and so on.
No one can avoid all stress, but you can counteract its detrimental effects by learning how to produce the relaxation response, a state of deep rest that is the polar opposite of the stress response.
The relaxation response puts the brakes on stress and brings your body and mind back into a state of equilibrium. We can’t avoid all sources of stress in our lives, nor would we want to. But we can develop healthier ways of responding to them.
The practice of meditation gives you perspective: by observing your mind, you realize you don’t have to be slave to it. You realize it throws tantrums, gets grumpy, jealous, happy and sad but that it doesn’t have to run you. Meditation is quite simply mental hygiene: clear out the junk, tune your talents and get in touch with yourself.