Meditation

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It’s impossible for us to make our thoughts disappear; often, the more we try to suppress them, the louder they become. But practicing meditation can help clear away the mind’s chatter. Studies show that meditating even for as little as 10 minutes increases the brain’s alpha waves (associated with relaxation) and decreases anxiety and depression.

Meditation has been shown to increase focus, reduce stress, and promote calmness. It can also help people recognize and accept negative emotions—especially when it is done in combination with mindfulness practices that keep people grounded in experiencing the present.

Most forms of meditation are meant to decrease distractability and promote focus on and enjoyment of the present moment. Like many forms of meditation, requires that one turn 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. Successful meditation takes into account both internal and physical states:

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Immersive Meditation

What is Immersive Meditation? Immersive Meditation is an outcome-oriented form of guided meditation, designed by Heather Hayward, to spark insights & catalyze creating thinking. The goal of Immersive Meditation is to facilitate moments of deep contemplation – leading to realizations that create lasting transformational change.  Get to the root of what holds you back; Discover your patterns;  Learn how to break away from old habits and create your vision, becoming the best version of yourself

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Mindfulness Meditation

In mindfulness meditation, one turns their attention to a single point of reference, such as one’s breath or bodily sensations, or a word or phrase known as a mantra. The practice has been shown to decrease distraction and rumination, make negative automatic thoughts seem easier to let go of, and promote greater enjoyment of the present moment. Loving-kindness meditation directs one’s focus toward developing feelings of goodwill, kindness, and warmth for others. It can help boost empathy and compassion, and curb charged responses to negative thoughts.

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