Benefits of Meditation

What is Meditation?

Meditation is relaxation.  It is not about concentration, it’s actually about de-concentration.  It’s not about focusing one’s thoughts on one thing, but instead on becoming thoughtless.

What are the benefits of meditation?

  • A calm mind
  • Good concentration
  • Better clarity
  • Improved communication
  • Relaxation and rejuvenation of the mind and body

11 Mental Benefits of Meditation

Meditation brings the brainwave pattern into an Alpha state that promotes healing.  The mind becomes fresh, delicate and beautiful. It cleanses and nourishes you from within and calms you, whenever you feel overwhelmed, unstable, or emotionally shut down.  With regular practice of meditation:

  1.  Anxiety decreases
  2.  Emotional stability improves
  3.  Creativity increases
  4.  Happiness increases
  5.  Intuition develops
  6.  Gain clarity and peace of mind
  7.  Problems become smaller
  8.  Meditation sharpens the mind by gaining focus and expands through relaxation
  9.  A sharp mind without expansion causes tension, anger and frustration
  10.  An expanded consciousness without sharpness can lead to lack of action/progress
  11.  The balance of a sharp mind and an expanded consciousness brings perfection

Meditation makes you aware – that your inner attitude determines your happiness.

Source:  The Art of Living

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Why You Aren’t Taking Action


  • The basic premise of “The Model” and how it reflects the workings of the world.
  • That we can control our thoughts, and our thoughts are what create our feelings.
  • How to change what you are thinking to achieve different results in your life.
  • That by changing your thoughts and feelings, changing your actions becomes vastly easier.
  • Why you MUST understand yourself before you can change yourself.
  • How asking yourself “Why?” is the best way to get to know what is going on inside your mind.
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Emotional Vocabulary


  • Why I’ve been focusing lately on getting very specific when describing my emotions.
  • How you can use your creativity and varied vocabulary to create a different experience of emotion.
  • Why learning to distinguish between similar emotions – like ecstatic, happy, and joyous – is so worthwhile.
  • The knee-jerk response people give when asked what they want to feel.
  • Several questions you can ask yourself, loved ones, and clients about emotions to understand how they vary from person to person.
  • How to “try on” different emotions.
  • How to change the emotional vocabulary you use in your daily life.
  • The benefits I’ve experienced when I distinguish between similar negative emotions.

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Pain Now or Later


  • The difference between experiencing pain now and experiencing pain later.
  • Why we learn as children to disassociate from our pain and our bodies.
  • How buffering against pain and running away from it makes it worse in the long run.
  • How and why your life will expand when you accept pain as part of being alive.
  • Things that can help us to accept and process pain.

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  • How to recognize if you’re being too dramatic about your life.
  • Why I recommend de-dramatizing your life as much as you can.
  • How the way you describe your life to yourself affects your life.
  • A few real-life examples of how my clients have over-dramatized their life.
  • The steps you can take to de-dramatize just about any stressful situation.

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