Today we live in a fast-paced world. Things happen so quickly that more often that not, we do not have the chance to react to the things thrown at us. We somehow lose the ability to think matters over in favor of lightning-quick decisions. But it should not be so. Every one of us needs to slow down a little from time to time and be serene. Otherwise, pressure will develop and will change how we deal with the people around us, not only in the workplace but also at home.
Hutchinson NewsMeditating toward ChristmasHutchinson News“People are rushing around and our lives have become more hectic,” Slater said, explaining why he picked the weeks before Christmas for the spiritual meditation classes. “What better time to slow down and notice the peace that is always i…Meditating toward Christmas – Hutchinson News
An easy stress relief process that anybody can do, at home or at work, is meditation. The great thing about meditation is that there are numerous ways to do it and it’s just a matter of figuring out what works best for you. Some people meditate using visualization, others chant an affirmation over and over again in their own head and some use breathing techniques. Regardless of what meditation procedure you use for your stress relief, make sure to find a quiet place to practice in. Shut the door to your office or find an isolated part of your home to be alone with your ideas. Then, use meditation to push out all the negative, stress inducing feelings you’ve been having and help clear your head.
Read the web pages listed below more resources for meditation classes
- – www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au
- Unplug Meditation – for Type A Personalities Who Need It Most – Small Business Trends
- Inventing a Drybar for Meditation – New York Times