stillness

 
 

Meditation

“It is not meditation that stops the mind. It is the surrender of the mind to the soul, and the soul to Truth. It is when you prefer the word of Truth to the word of your own intellect.” -Yogi Bhajan

 

improves
   

  • quality of sleep 

   

 

  • sense of wellbeing + happiness

  • focus + attention span

  • feeling connected to self, others and divine

  • quality of relationships by increasing compassion, empathy and awareness

  • immunity + heart health

cultivates
   

  • calmness of the mind:

      

         (emotions, thoughts, feelings)     


 

  • relaxation


  • stress relief

  • awareness of mental, physical and emotional patterns

  • clarity

  • creativity

reduces
   

  • anxiety

   

 

  • fear

  • depression

  • blood pressure + muscle tension

  • worry

  • anger + reactivity

 

 

     There are many types of meditations, and each allows us to go beyond our thoughts and anchor into the true essence of our authentic nature.

    

      -Naad Yoga: The sacred healing and transformative

      sounds of Mantra and Chanting

      -Kriya: Dynamic moving meditations designed to cultivate

     our inner power and radiance and balance the ten bodies

     (one physical, three mental and six energetic bodies)

     -Bandhas and Mudras:
Physical energy locks and hand gestures

      to seal and direct the flow of energy

     -Pranayama: Breath work practices to access higher levels of

     relaxation, connectivity and  consciousness

 

     -Guided visualizations: body scans, chakra work to

     empower, relax, and raise consciousness and self awareness

Anyone who can breathe can meditate  

Om Namah Shivaya
Om Namah Shivaya
Om Namah Shivaya
Shiva Om Namah
 

-Mia Heller

   “Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts. Whenever your mind becomes scattered, use your breath as the means to take hold of your mind again.”


                                                                                                 - Thich Nhat Hanh

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