Meditation

The word 'Meditation' is derived from two Latin words: meditari (meaning "to think" or "to dwell upon", or "to exercise the mind") and mederi ("to heal"). The Sanskrit derivation "medha" means wisdom. 

There may be some people who consider meditation as a form of worship or prayre. Although there can be religious connotation, and application of meditation, generally speaking, means awareness. For example; focussing on your breathing is an awareness state, and is meditation. Many religions encourage the use of meditation - the Spiritual exercises of Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit movement in the church of Rome, are just one Christian example.

 

Meditation is a practice that brings about not only physical benefits, but physchological benefits as well. The meditative state has quite amazing effects on a person's psyche. Relaxation, and a decrease in stress are rather obious benefits, but many people do not realise that meditation can also improve moods and memory. It can decrease  moodiness and depression.

We can say that the practice of connecting with your inner self, in an effort to release your mind  from specific stress factors, anxieties or fears.

With the use of meditation one can develop the ability to release neative energy within your body and mind, physically and mentally. The goal of meditation is to transform those negative energies into positive energies.

 

Meditation classes coming soon !!

 

 

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