Sleep Better. Worry Less. Live More. Yoga + Meditation, the keys to a balanced mind and body.
Updated: Mar 29
It can be so hard in today's day and age to be able to reach a complete level of calm. Our minds are always racing with thoughts. Trying to make sense of all the information that we are constantly bombarded with.
Technology has blessed us with the ability to be connected to the majority of people on the planet and access to most of the information available to humans.
However, it is also a curse to our peace levels. Our news comes in dramatic headlines with no real information. We gauge our popularity and self worth through our social media accounts. Plus they are so addicting, we just can’t put them down.
This is why people are finding it so hard to manage stress and anxiety levels. If left unmanaged it can have significantly bad effects on your mental and physical health. Increasing the likelihood of you getting a fatal disease and having years cut off of your life.
Stress is one of the biggest killers in our world today.
Thankfully there is a wide range of options you can use to control your stress levels and peace of mind.
Mindfulness is a great option to try for beginners or people in a hurry. Think of it as a ‘meditation lite’, it teaches you how to breathe and focus more on being present and appreciative.
You can find some great free mindfulness audio files here, thanks to the Free Mindfulness Project.
Meditation is the process of quieting the mind in order to spend time in thought for relaxation of the mind and body. The goal is to attain an inner state of awareness. There is a wide range of options for people to use to meditate. Some focus on a sound or a thought or an image. It is all about which process specifically works for you. Have a play around with some different styles and see which you like. It is really important to get someone’s help when you first try a meditation practice so do your research. Get more information on guided meditation here.
Yoga, just like meditation there are so many different practices you can try, and once again I would recommend trying some different styles and see which one suits you the best.
While meditation focuses on sitting still and observing the mind. The main goal of yoga is to harness unity between the mind, body and your environment. It aims to teach you to self-observe and become aware of your own nature through moving your body in different ways
Some types of Yoga I recommend looking into:
How are Yoga and Meditation connected?
While practicing yoga one of the purposes is to achieve a balance between body and mind. By linking both practices you can achieve a deeper calm than is achieved through just meditation or Yoga.
By connecting these two powerful practices you will be able to sleep easier, you will lower your risk of heart disease and cancer, and you will stress less so you can enjoy more.
Try a guided Yoga Meditation here today!
The true beauty of all of these practices is that it only takes 10-15 minutes a day to completely transform your mental and physical states.
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