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Benefits of Learning Meditation

By the Venerable U Vimalaramsi

 

  

Here are some of the benefits that you may have from practicing meditation on a regular basis.
There is no doubt in my mind that Meditation has a very clear ability to improve our daily lives.

Remember.
A change in your life can begin with a just a . Send it to yourself in the mirror and to others every day. It's cheap. It's fun. It effects the world around you. Hey! It's free! right?
Always Remember:

"What you think and ponder on will be the inclination of your mind!"

Khanti-Khema

Some of the Benefits you may obtain from the practice of meditation are:

  • Marked stress reduction
  • Higher self-esteem
  • Improved concentration
  • Increased productivity
  • Clarity of mind -resulting in less knee jerk actions and more responses.
  • More positive thinking
  • Better relationships
  • A sense of youthful happiness - reclaiming of the wonderment of life ( childlikeness ). Fun.
  • Openness to life - reclaiming some of the wonderment of living life as you stay in the present moment.
  • Reduced dependency on alcohol or other drugs or desire to stop altogether and to see what is real and genuine- experiencing the value of a clear mind.
  • At the deeper levels of meditation the blood sometimes cleans itself and you can heal the body more easily.
  • A significant lessening of Depression as we discover how mind really works...how depression occurs and how to get uncaught by it.
  • Become kinder to yourself.
  • Become kinder to others.
  • Developing an inner strength.
  • Reduction in mental chatter, busy mind, monkey mind! Better focus.
  • Marked improvement with sleeping and the advantages of good sleep.
  • Easy and happier rising in the morning. Not foggy minded anymore.
  • An ease of dealing with previously difficult situations. a new formula, new perspective for approaching things.
  • Achievement of your goals becomes easier and more natural and enjoyable again.
 

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