“The purpose of meditation is personal transformation.”* We couldn’t agree more. Meditation therapy seeks to transform your body, your mind, and your spirit. Just about every week new scientific research is published illustrating how medical technology like fMRIs and EEGs are being used to scientifically validate the benefits of active sitting.
Active Sitting? Sounds like an oxymoron, right? But it isn’t. Another way to look at what happens during meditation is: Body asleep, Mind awake.
Meditation is a process. It’s an active form of mind training. It’s practiced all over the world. Generally, meditators sit and focus on the breath. With practice, respiration slows and random rapid-fire thoughts decelerate. Control of the mind is gradually achieved, allowing the body and brain to rest.
Why should you embark on a meditation practice? What are its benefits? Research as shown that . . .
- Meditation reduces physical and psychological stress.
- It benefits cardiovascular and immune health.
- It helps relieve subjective levels of personal and social anxiety and depression.
- Can help with addiction.
- It slows aging.
- It improves your ability to focus.
- Prolonged concentration on tasks gets easier.
- It protects your brain as you age.
- Meditation increases self-awareness.
- It increases happiness.
Ultimately, only you can heal you!
There is lots of evidence that the benefits are available to anyone committed to improving their health. And you don’t have to wait 20 years to experience these benefits. Research and personal experience of millions of meditators indicate just a few weeks of meditation therapy produces positive changes in the brain and mind-body.
Give Meditation a Try!
Need a bit more help starting this meditation journey? We’ve got you covered! Meditation on your own can seem overwhelming. You sit then wonder what you’re supposed to be doing, thinking, feeling? Structure and a clearly defined process will help. We’re so excited to have found a program that’s designed for everyone to access the benefits of meditation in a few minutes a day. Yes, even if you have a very busy life and your mind is, well, busy, you can make meditation work for you.
This program has been taught at and featured by The New York Times, Apple Inc., Google, Harvard Business School, Vogue and more. So you’re in good company. And it helps you much more than downloading a meditation app to your phone. The technique works to transform your stress, your sleep, and even your sex life.
It’s easy to learn and very effective. Lots of testimonials at the links below. It takes you by-the-hand and leads you forward into a new way of being in the world. Who couldn’t use that! As a major benefit, the program helps to reduce your sensitivity to stressful events and makes the commitment to meditation an easy habit for you to build. It also gives your brain and body a deep rest that is 2-5x deeper than sleep, healing you on a cellular level.
The program is online and comes with lots of built-in process help. It takes you from Day 1 of your “Commitment to Healing You” to Day 15 and literally guides you through each day. You’re not alone on this journey into health and well-being. Emily and her team have your back.
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Remember, you’ve got lots of company on this journey already. 40,000 people and growing every day.
Want to see the research?
If you’re interested in just some of the evidence-based scientific research validating meditation therapy as a means to health and healing, here are links to 12 studies and their outcomes about the benefits of meditation. Enjoy. increases brain volume, increases immune function, decreases inflammation, increases emotional intelligence, promotes compassion, improves introspection, improves memory, improves creative thinking, decreases anxiety, decreases depression, decreases pain, modulation of gene expression and epigenetics from affects of Integrative Medicine