spiritual awakeningFor many, meditation brings up images of people giving up a physical life and fully focusing on a spiritual life. While this represents one aspect of meditation, meditation is not just about devoting one’s self to a totally spiritual focus. Meditation is also for enhancing your entire life, including your work, relationships, communications and all aspects of your creativity.

Meditation can help you increase your energy, improve your health and focus your attention on anything you do. All of these things can help you be more creative and productive in your entire life. When you practice meditation as a part of your daily health and well-being program, you add a new vitality to everything you create. All it takes is some time each day to bring a higher energy into your life.

Many will ask: Where do I find time to meditate? You can begin with five minutes and build on that. You can take the first five minutes to meditate about a convenient time for you to give five minutes to yourself. Giving yourself a quiet time to turn within and reflect on you, your creations and your relationship with the big picture can vastly change the way you live your life. You may discover greater meaning to what you do or the courage to change your life so you can do what you truly desire.

Meditation helps you slow down, let go of everyone else’s agenda, gain perspective of your issues, and gain control of your emotions. The clarity you develop with meditation helps you focus on what is important to you. You emerge from your meditation with a simpler, clearer view of life and the focus to help you move forward with greater ease.

Meditation can be used to help you focus on any aspect of your life. You can meditate on a business issue, a communication challenge, a human relationship, your relationship to your God, or a creative project. By turning within to yourself, you will learn to know yourself and discover your unique answers. You will stimulate and validate your intuitive abilities and be better able to make sound and effective decisions. Meditation saves a great deal of time and increases productivity by helping you release unnecessary problems and emotions and to create a clear, grounded focus.

You need information to help you with everything you do; thus, you need meditation instruction to be able to use meditation effectively. There are powerful, simple tools that can help you create the quiet experience of meditation. The most important of these tools is grounding. It can be used in daily life, as well as during meditation because it helps you be in charge of your body and your creativity. Your body is like an electrical system and needs to be grounded just as other electrical systems do. The foundation of grounding makes you more in charge, stable, safe and focused.

Meditation can assist you to quiet your body to help you in all aspects of your life including your daily activities. You can use the meditation technique of grounding while meditating, during a business meeting, a talk with your children, driving your car or any activity of life. Meditation with grounding gives you control, focus and freedom to express the uniqueness of you in everything you do.

Include meditation in your life and discover the many practical ways meditation will affect your life. Meditation can help you experience greater calm, more focus, increased energy, clearer communication and much more. Meditation is practical because it heals you and brings you to life. You are here to live a full, healthy life and meditation is an important ingredient in any formula for living. Learn to be focused, relaxed and in charge by turning within with meditation to discover your strengths and capabilities.

by Mary Ellen Flora

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