Meditation is the most important practice for calming the head. A serene head can lead to a healthy, happy and successful life. It can heal ailments and accelerate healing processes. We describe the straightforward technique below called prana-dharana. Prana in Sanskrit stands for the atmosphere that we breathe. It is the most basic action of life which starts from birth and goes on till death. But usually, we’re not aware of the breath till our attention is drawn close to it.
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By using this simple mindfulness meditation you are raising comprehension both of yourself and your surroundings, in an extremely gentle and easy way. It can function as a prelude to some mental job, along with being part of an on going mindfulness effort to reinforce and enlarge the use of your own head.
Here are some much more articles on the field of how to meditation
- Meditation for Strivers – New Yorker (blog)
- What Meditation and Sex Have in Common + How to Meditate …
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- the How To Meditate blog | helping you access the … – WordPress.com
- Can meditation really slow aging? – CNN