Meditating ultimately improves physical, mental health, and well-being.  Meditations have the huge advantage of rejuvenating and healing your body and mind and it only costs a short time of your life daily.  Unfortunately, we don’t always take the time for ourselves to do something so simple to feel happier and more peaceful in life.  Additionally, your mind is continuously busy and often hard to stop the thoughts racing through, unless you know how to stop the thoughts.

Stress and anxiety are often causes of illnesses.  When your body is stressed and run down you are more prone to illnesses.

By practicing meditations you gain control of your mind and move into the conscious mind, rather than the other way around.   This is what is known as mindfulness when you are consciously aware and living in the present moment.

The mind can keep you trapped in the future or the past.  However, when you are mindful and have awareness you live in the present moment.  This is the peaceful moment we seek but miss it most of the time.

Having control of your mind is a mental ability to:

  • bring consciousness/awareness to your life
  • have awareness so that you are in control of your mind
  • be aware of your thoughts in order to stop negative or unwanted thoughts from the’analytical mind’ or also known as the ‘ego-mind’
  • live a balanced life
  • mental stability and well-being
  • Understand the mind in order to understand meditation

According to the WHO (World Health Organization), mental health is:

“… a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities can cope with the normal stresses of life can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community.”

The WHO stresses that mental health “is not just the absence of mental disorder.”

There is no “right way” to meditate, meaning people can explore the different types until they find one that works for them.

Advantages of meditating:

  • Better state of well-being
  • Bring balance to your life
  • Quieten the mind and gain control of your mind
  • Relax your body
  • Inner Peace
  • Loving
  • Better concentration
  • Move into a state of inner peace
  • Inner peace transcends into happiness
  • Develop concentration
  • Manage stress
  • Learn to transcend into a deep state of relaxation

This course is for those who:

  • Value themselves and are therefore willing to take the time for themselves
  • would like to heal themselves physically
  • would like to heal themselves mentally
  • believe in higher consciousness
  • want to learn to quiet the mind to find peace
  • know the mind is powerful but not sure how to make the most of it
  • want to start meditating and for those who want to take their meditation to the next level

This course is not for:

  • people who do not value themselves
  • those who never have time for themselves
  • anyone who has already reached super conscious level in meditation
  • those who lack self-discipline
  • non-believers of higher consciouness

Meditations Taught In This Class:

  1. Loving-kindness meditation or Metta Meditation

With the many types of meditation to try, there should be one to suit most individuals.

The objective is to create an attitude of love and kindness toward everything, even a person’s enemies.  This meditation will also help relieve stress.

Upon finalising this meditation you will feel compassion and love for yourself and for others.  By doing this you reduce emotions such as anger, frustration, irritation, reduce conflict by allowing positive emotions to help you feel better.  It can also help reduce depression, anxiety, and PTSD

  1. Body scan or progressive relaxation

During this meditation, the practitioner will scan the body slowly for any tension.  Usually starting with the toes and moving up in order to relax each and every area. With progressive relaxation, you may choose to tense and then relax your muscles.

This type of meditation can help to promote a general feeling of calmness and relaxation. It can also help with chronic pain. You may also use this form of meditation to help you sleep.

  1. Mindfulness meditation

Furthermore, mindfulness is a form of meditation to be in the present moment rather than projecting into the future or focussing on the past.

Mindfulness meditation is included in most kinds of meditation.

Research has found that mindfulness can:

  • reduce fixation on negative emotions
  • improve focus
  • improve memory
  • lessen impulsive, emotional reactions
  • improve relationship satisfaction

Research suggests that mindfulness may improve health. Therefore, mindfulness meditation could lower blood pressure and reduce other illnesses.

The Total Solution In One Simple Discipline To:

Revive…Your Body

Renew…Your Spirit

Relax…Your Mind