Every day, scientists are discovering new benefits of meditation and mindfulness on your mental, emotional, and physical health.
Meditation helps to balance your blood pressure, slows down aging, has pain relieving properties that are twice as effective as morphine, heightens your memory, helps you with decision making, and makes you less reactive to stress.
So why is it that approximately only 20 million Americans meditate today?
For many people, the reason why they don’t meditate is because “it’s just too difficult to find a way to stop thinking.”
But here’s the good news. It’s not always about clearing your mind. It’s about engaging your mind and asking yourself a series of questions to get you to reflect on some things.
In this video, Vishen introduces his favorite number one daily exercise, the 6 Phase Meditation.
“The 6 phase meditation is how I start every single day..
and I’m hoping that you might get something out of this,
to take home and try out for yourself.”
The 6 Phase Meditation is based on six particular needs in life. Vishen explains,
“If we can meet those needs, things would work out pretty well.”
The 6 areas are:
1. Love and Compassion
3. Being at Peace
5. Sense of Control
6. Feeling Supported
As we go through life, circumstances you face may make certain levels drop. Vishen’s 6 Phase Meditation helps to enhance all of these levels. By merely doing this practice for 10-15 minutes, your mind refocuses on what’s important.
You free yourself from misgivings, feel grateful, and you set your intentions for your day and for your future. It’s quick, efficient, and you’ll feel empowered.
“People will wake up and not dare to skip a shower.
Yet millions of people wake up every day feeling dread,
or anxiety, stress, or depression,
and they’re not trained to do anything about it.
Simple practices like gratitude can elevate levels of happiness,
but we don’t learn that.”
Watch this video and learn how to transform your life, influence the outcome of your day and future, and shift your level of happiness each and every day.
How has meditation helped you? Check out this video above and then let us know in the comments below.