Monday, September 16, 2019

What is Meditation?


Becoming an owner of one’s mind and constantly managing the thoughts that are stuck in our heads for many, especially today’s aspiration, is a busy and busy life for many of us. The word "meditation", which derives from the Latin verb "media" (measuring, thinking, meditating), means a practice that allows us to become aware of "here" and "now" through the use of mental concentration techniques.



Meditation is an ancient practice that the ancients already knew and applied, which allows us to interact with the deepest parts of ourselves in the most intimate part of ourselves, what we tend to neglect because we are busy with actions and actions because of every day. Meditating is an act of awareness and if one is a beginner, it is not necessary to follow the practices or take a specific position. It is important to return to the isolated and quiet place to focus more on what you are doing.

Meditation sets a single goal: to be in the present moment. At the beginning of the exercise one may feel the need to follow someone to plan to pursue, so attending a course that teaches the basic principles of meditation can be effective.

"An old man once asked the Buddha how he could meditate. When he took water from the well, he asked him to be careful about all the movements he did with his hands.

Meditation techniques


The ways to reach a calm and calm state are many and different. The major religions of the world, including Buddhism, use techniques to raise awareness and spirituality. Meditation in Buddhism is a tool that helps men to liberate themselves from suffering and enlighten them. Today, by adopting ancient Buddhist teachings in the field of psychology, one speaks of "mindfulness", which means "awareness of thoughts, motivations, and actions."

Mindfulness techniques, which refer to the traditions of the past, were adopted by Italian behaviour and cognitive therapy.

Meditation techniques are divided into three categories:


Visual meditation (based on visualization);
Ministerial meditation (based on the repetition of sentences, songs, words, prayers, prayers, praise);
Meditation causes the fusion of heart and mind (from this typology the ability to guess is degraded).
The meditation originating in India and fairly broad in the west is "transcendental" based on the ancient Vedic religious tradition. This kind of meditative activity was practised by the Illuminati all over India.

Meditation is the only temple where you are truly inside a temple after you enter it.

[Osho, from "the immortality of the soul"]

The psycho-physical benefits of meditation

Now, this is scientifically proven: meditation is good for the body and mental health. Those who practice this discipline on a regular and continuous basis can immediately assess the positive effects. Here's what they do.

It is a cure for flu and seasonal disorders: regular exercise, combined with constant physical activity, is able to prevent the flu, thus avoiding the use of flu vaccine;
It is a remedy that helps fight anxiety and depression. Scientists believe that spending 30 days to achieve great results in the treatment of anxiety and depression, replacing antidepressant drugs;
It is a great tool for improving concentration and memory. Practising meditation techniques for 8 weeks has a positive effect on empathy and memory. Like all relaxation techniques, meditation gives more precision to brain function;
This is one way to reduce physical pain. Exhaust concentration exercises, in particular, make it possible to reduce pain perception by helping to regain wellness;
Meditation relieves stress, reduces the concentration of cortisol (stress hormone) and increases the resistance of professionals to external stress, such as from the workplace;


It's a great way to increase productivity in the workplace, as the effects of meditation are reflected in brain waves, which go from a beta type state to an island and a theta.


Why meditate


Before I realized that it was doing me good, I practised day after day, wondering what was happening inside me.



The first profound effect was to make it a habit for me to spend a moment each morning. Take care of me Activate my mind to plan my future and teach me not to listen to the thousands of thoughts that waste my time unnecessarily.

According to a study by Daniel Gilbert, a Harvard researcher on the "happy" expert, a wandering mind is one of the leading causes of grief. His research has proven that on average, we spend waking up to interrupted thoughts from the 46 hours we spend working.

Practically, we pay more attention to what happens outside of us than to ourselves, and it saves us badly. That is, we live for something that is outside of us, not inside.

Thanks to meditation, I have been able to find the awareness and concentration I need to start writing this blog. I do not know where this will take me, but in the meantime, he has put me on the road and I am enjoying the ride.


The benefits of meditation

The positive effects of meditation on your brain are different. There are hundreds of studies on this, and some agree. Here is a list of the benefits of science-based meditation and what I have seen in the past two years and how it is good for your brain.

It makes the mind more calm and delicious.
It helps you clear your mind.
Reduce mental stress.
Reduce anxiety.
It calms the nerves and relaxes you.
Reduce depressive conditions.
Reduce fear.
Reduce rumours.
It makes the mood stable.
Develop a feeling of well-being.
It teaches you to keep your back straight.
Increase of the psychological faculty.
Develop neural connections.
Develop the ability to manage chronic pain.
Develop the power of self-control.
It improves density, especially at work, study and sports activities.
Develop awareness
Create a vision of what we want from the clear of our future.
It helps you understand the importance of the present moment, it's just that we can experience happiness.
It helps create harmony in the relationship.
Feel compassion for others, who instead seem to be better people.
Keep in mind that we are not talking about the results, but about the benefits and effects or the results of the practice, something is not clear during the meditation.


Guide to meditation for atheists: Mindfulness



In the United States meditation is the most widely used field, from small schools to large companies. One of the most innovative startups and corporations is a steadily growing trend in recent years. As well as the search for green areas for offices or the use of analogue equipment, meditation is considered an antidote to a life that is always connected and always in a hurry. Before resuming the vivid rhythm of our lives, a hole to recharge the body and mind stops.

When Janice Marturano, Deputy General Counsel for Jenners Mills, presented a program involving organization, employees to Yoga, Meditation and Mindfulness, she explained that the goal was to train.

Mindfulness Meditation is a technique that allows you to increase your ability to focus, to see things more clearly, to create space for creativity and to increase your sense of connection with the rest of the world.

It is based on paying attention to feelings, positive or negative, that come to us from the outside world and from within us. The goal is to reach a state of non-reactive awareness. And that is to pay full attention to what is happening to us and our survival moment, to avoid responding to external or internal stimuli, either from the past or the future.


Steve Jobs talks about this with Walter Isaacson, who quotes in the biography of Apple's founder: "You sit down and watch how playful your mind is. If you try to calm her down, it's worse with time. To be able to do, and when it cools down, there are many more complex things to hear that expand your insight here And you start to see things more clearly and to live in the present. Your mind slows down, and you will see a huge expansion right now.


For all the reasons mentioned above, the CEOs of several Silicon Valley start-ups and businesses have started practising these and other eastern branches, often presenting their employees to specific programs, such as corporate experts involved in conferences such as Google's Search's Inside Yourrside or Wisdom 2.0. Companies like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Keep calm in a world about the importance of ensuring that digital technologies are more complex.

The importance of meditating every day



Meditation is a practice. If you are not practising, you will not go anywhere. Instead, meditating daily helps you find the right rhythm, to take care of yourself and your happiness, to create margins in your life. It helps you not to be too busy so you don't have time to focus on your life.


Meditating every day can listen to my life and guess where it wanted to take me. I'm trying to keep up, although they both don't know where we got it.

He continued to meditate on who I was really realizing and I dared to answer those 13 difficult questions that led me to openly acknowledge my dream.


How to start meditating




Close your eyes and fix the tip of the nose for 12 seconds. Listen to the noise around you; Feel the sensations of your body; Follow your breath


Done? You have meditated You can see It's really that simple! And you only need more than two minutes a day to start getting real results.

Meditation is basically practical. Daily practice

The position is calculated as yes and no. It doesn't make much difference if you sit on the floor with your feet in an armchair or if you lie in bed with your head on a pillow. The important thing is to be comfortable.

Focus on breathing This will help you focus on thoughts that don't wake you up and don't get confused.

Some time ago, my yoga teacher sent me a link written by Satya Sai Baba, an interesting character born in the Hindu context, but who do not preach any religion and invites us to pray to Shawar God Shawar, who has given us his hands. There is a long lesson on meditation on his dedicated Italian site, which describes the times he went to the shower. I discovered that he was a bit sceptical, but the practice he describes is nothing more than meditation involved in the world of yoga.

This is how meditation works to synthesize toxins:

In the first stage, the concepts are: total visual density for 12 seconds of an object;
The second stage, meditation: 12 meditations composed by Doharana, this is less than about two and a half minutes in total;
The third stage, the grave: Da Acharya reaches 12 Dahan over 22 minutes of joy.
There are thousands of "truths" about meditation, but knowing that you can start meditating with two and a half minutes a day was a great stimulus to start practising.

Instead of focusing on an object, it seemed easier to focus my body's sensations with my eyes closed.

The advice I can give you if you want to try meditation is to practice in the morning. This will help you find the time to do it: Get up three minutes before! And it will have a significant impact on your day: knowing that you have already achieved an important goal, your dedication puts you in a good mood and gives you lasting value throughout the day.

Don't worry about it, do it.

When they arrive, because they arrive, you have thousands of promises and relationships in mind, to say goodbye and invite them to sit in the lobby, when you have a moment when you feel you are always breathing.

Another help to relax the body and mind is to recite mantras like the name OM, which is actually an AM. A mantra is a set of words with a combination of sounds and effects of "divine acoustic acoustics." In practice, it represents a support for concentration, thanks to the vibration produced by the song.

One last thing I should do is follow the guided meditation of the Quiet application to start practising.

If you still wonder how to start meditating, stop. Do not worry about how it turns out. The day of the week is now. For 12 seconds, tomorrow morning.




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