I have experienced a decrease in both my blood pressure stress level, since I began meditating almost two years ago. My day starts at 5:00 a.m. with a morning meditation, it grounds and prepared me for the remainder of the day.
BY: Dinndayal Morgan Yogi Priest/Life Coach/Speaker/5 Rings Movement Therapist & Executive Director at Pathfinder Institute.
Meditation has been practiced for as long as anyone can remember. It’s still being practiced now as a means to promote better health and well-being and has been integrated as part of therapy programs for various conditions. One of the most popular applications is to de-stress with meditation.
Stress seems to be one of the primary things that people are battling these days, and with good reason. Stress can be triggered by a number of things: health, emotional problems, relationships, major life changes, your job (or for some people, the lack of one), or even the environment. Sometimes, involvement in a traumatic event can even cause prolonged stress disorders that may require professional help to deal with.
To de-stress with meditation is a practical exercise that more and more people are getting into. Proper…
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