STILL MIND FOR STRESS FREE LIVING
Still Mind for Stress Free Living. I have found doing this daily for over thirty years, it is the most effective tool to manage stress. Many people find meditation fascinating and somewhat elusive, most often being distracted by unwanted thoughts. It takes time to train the monkey mind, but well worth it. Learning can be deepened and accelerated down to hours with processes like the “Drift Paradigm”.
Often misunderstood, especially by those who haven’t done it. It’s simplicity can also be it’s difficulty. Well, it isn’t being asleep or unconscious. and No, you don’t have fairies sitting on your shoulders. It’s available to anyone, despite what the gurus (morons) have some people believe.
Meditation is simply a state of profound stillness, blissful awareness. At its deepest levels, all physical, mental & emotional pain is not present. It reverses all the stress processes, for a better life. There are different techniques available but they all use the principle of a single point of focus. We’ll use the most simple form by repeating a mantra or phrase. So let’s get started. Do it for twenty one days to embed it into your life and then do it every day for the rest of your life. You will notice subtle but profound changes.
STILL MIND: IS 20 MINUTES A DAY WORTH THESE BENEFITS?
- Promote whole brain function.
- 20% more efficient oxygen consumption.
- Deep relaxation while wide awake & alert.
- Normalise blood pressure.
- Less anxiety by reducing lactic acid by 50%.
- Improved sleep.
- Decrease in heart & respiration rate.
- Increased energy & mental alertness
- Live with an hours less sleep
Stress Management Instructions
Sit upright on a chair, hands resting on lap. Start breathing into the diaphragm. Close your eyes and focus on your breathing.
Start to repeat the phrase “Calm and Relaxed”. When a thought distracts you return your attention to the phrase “Calm and Relaxed”.
Start with ten minutes a day, building up to twenty minutes. Do every day. for life.Twenty one days will train your mind.
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