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"By praying, we talk  to the universe. By meditating, we listen to what the universe answers".



Benefits of Meditation

Life has unexpected twists and turns for all of us. Problems crop up every day as adults and our children are no different. Whether it’s one of the kids at school being mean, or a particularly stressful exam, we all have challenges to face and surprisingly, meditation can present some amazing benefits.


Inner happiness and joy is a piece that comes from knowing that you are following your own path and are confident in your choices knowing they are best for you.​ If your heart is happy, you can be a positive influence on others and become someone other people will want to be around.

Studies from Harvard University found that long-term meditators have increased amounts of gray matter in the insular and sensory regions, and the auditory and sensory cortex. Harvard has confirmed that meditation reduces stress, fosters clear thinking and increases  our capacity for empathy and compassion.

Physical Benefits of Meditation

Mental Benefits of Meditation

Regular Practice of Meditation

  • Anxiety decreases

  • Emotional stability improves

  • creativity increases

  • Happiness increases

  • Intuition develops and increases

  • gain clarity and peace of mind

  • Problems become smaller

  • meditation sharpens the  mind by increasing focus and expands through relaxation

  • A sharp without expansion causes tension, anger and frustration

  • An expanded consciousness without sharpness can lead to lack of action/progress

  • Lowers high blood pressure

  • Lowers the levels of blood lactate, reducing anxiety attacks

  • Decreases tension-related pain, such as, tension headaches, ulcers, insomnia, muscle and joint problems

  • Increases serotonin production that improves mood and behavior

  • Improves the immune system

  • Increases the energy level, as you gain an inner source of energy

  • Meditation brings the brainwave patterns into a relaxed state, that relaxes the body as well as the mind.Without constant stimuli entering the sensory pathways, the mind is able to relax and enter a state deep rest.

  • Meditations is also a practice of self -care, that allows for a connection with he inner self. In doing so, self esteem increases and the ability to make decisions that align with the individual's authentic feelings and desires.

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