Keep Calm and Meditate

You switch off the engine of your car, so why don’t you switch off the engine of your mind?

Meditation is MEDICATION! Learn how to breathe, to savor the moment, to embrace your infinite existence, and step back inside your mind as you let your thoughts go.

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Meditation is the gateway, through which you arrive to the world of freedom. Plant the seed of meditation and reap the fruit of peace of mind. Inner peace gives you an opportunity to come to know your true divine self. It allows you to empty yourself of the endless hyperactivity of your mind, and to attain calmness. It teaches you to be peaceful, to remove stress, to receive answers where confusion previously reigned.

Your body benefits, too.

Meditation’s physical payoffs are equally impressive. We all know that reducing stress can dramatically improve health on a number of levels. The proven beneficial effects of regular mindful meditation are protection against and reversal of DNA damage, a boost in immune function, reduction of cardiovascular disease risks, decreased inflammation, improved outcomes in cancer, reduced side effects of conventional treatment, and increased vital energy and physical capacity.

“He/she who breathes deepest lives the most.”

So as you go about your everyday life, do not forget to take atleast 20 minutes a day to meditate, to silence your mind, and to surrender yourself to inner peace, joy, and abundance. When you are aware of your inner self, your life flows naturally with the spirit of the universe!

Namaste!

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