12 Big Benefits of Meditation

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I first decided to try meditation about a year ago. I was feeling totally stressed and really out of it. I tried it on a whim really. I thought what do I have to lose? I took to YouTube to search for a meditation video.They were so many but I was looking for something short and to the point, to begin with.

Patience is not a virtue that I possess.(work in progress) I tried the first video that popped up which happened to be Bexlife . One short meditation and I was convinced.There really is a meditation for every one of life’s issues.All it took was four minutes. It is so simple anyone can do it! Not a lot of time but a whole lot of benefits. So, of course, I had to buy her book You Have Four minutes to Change Your Life. I can’t wait to read it. It only came today. Hey, I am late to the party it launched in February. If you have not given meditation a try I would encourage anyone to try it.20170808_182118 (1)

Afterall it only takes a few minutes to get in touch with yourself and find your bliss
I’d ask you to trust me on this but hey; I’d rather you decide for yourself.

Improve your emotional well-being

It reduces stress caused by worry, fear, anxiety.
It helps you to relax which will increase your levels of optimism and self-awareness.
It improves your mood and promotes happiness. A happier you will have better relationships. Those closest to you will directly benefit from your new-found emotional intelligence and stability.

Need a mental boost? 

Mediation improves mental strength and focus. It grounds you to the present moment and allows you to heighten your consciousness.
The repetition of mantras and the focus on your breath can improve concentration and memory.
With time and practice, you will learn to ignore distractions and focus your attention on what is important. A definite plus of this is not feeling overwhelmed when you are swamped with several tasks on your to do list.

Need a healthier body?

Meditation increases immunity. Since meditation fosters a positive environment in the mind it significantly improves immune functions within the brain and the body. It can boost antibodies.The result? A healthier, stronger you.
Improves breathing and heart rate
Lowers blood pressure
Improves sleep
Aids in the management of chronic pain
Improves metabolism which can help with weight loss

Think of meditation as your mental, emotional and physical detox.
A few minutes a day can help you lead a better, more balanced and happier life.

These are just a few of the benefits of meditation. The wonderful advantages of having a meditation practice really are too many to list. So what are you waiting for ? Give it a try today.


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41 thoughts on “12 Big Benefits of Meditation

  1. Bee says:

    I started meditating to help relive stress at the end of the day and it really makes a HUGE difference, it’s really helped me focus and stay clear headed. It takes a little time to “get into it” at first but once you do it’s totally worth it!

    • Tachiwi says:

      It took me a long time to because I do not like to sit still or I simply am just overthinking everything . I love how it just puts the crazy in perspective

  2. thefashionwanderer says:

    very well done article! love your info graph! i have been practicing meditation for 6 years now. dharma.org and 10 days of silent meditation changed my life. I was able to clear useless thoughts and set new life goals with direction and purpose. today i live live a remote, location independent lifestyle, traveling around in our RV mobile mansion. check out our blog sometime… fashionwanderer.com

    • Tachiwi says:

      Thanks so much for commenting . I would love to just do that for a few days . Heading to your blog now 🙂 It is so hard sometimes for life circumstances not to grate your nerves

  3. KrishaunaLyn says:

    I use to meditate all the time a couple of years ago but when my daughter was born it got pushed to the back burner. Now that i think i finally have this mother thing somewhat figured out lol I’m REALLY interested in starting back! This post is great!!! Even if its only 4 minutes a day, it can make a huge difference and i never looked at that way until now. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Tachiwi says:

      I am kind of in the same boat . Trying to balance mom life and work and all the other stuff but the consistency matters not the length of time spent meditating . Thanks for commenting . Sometimes you just need to pause and reflect

  4. Jen@Jenron Designs says:

    This is a really great article I wish I could remember to meditate more throughout the day. I also really like the info graphic you decide to go with this post I will pin it into my fitness for life board.

  5. Evelyn, PathofPresence says:

    Love this post, Tachi. I’m a huge proponent of meditation as I consider it my path home to myself. Meditation gives me peace, helps me to open my heart, and returns me to the expensive grace that is gratitude. Thank you for raising awareness. ❤️

    • Tachiwi says:

      Such an eloquent description as usual Evelyn . It surely gives me perspective and keeps me sane on most days :)Thanks for commenting.

  6. Mirley Guerra Graf says:

    I haven’t mediated in the traditional way, but lately I’ve been reading before getting the day started and that has been nice. Baby steps for me.

  7. Danielle Lavoie says:

    I had started meditating a few months ago and then I kinda got out of the habit. I really did love it and want to get back into it, thanks for reminding me of all the benefits!

  8. Melissa says:

    There are so many uses for meditation, I definitely need something that will put me in the frame of being ready for bed, thanks for the tips x

  9. Lauren says:

    I have been wanted to start a meditation practice, but haven’t had the patience to follow through. I often try late at night and fall asleep. I’ll check out the resource you mentioned.

    • Tachiwi says:

      I do at night as well . I just listen to a guided one and always end up falling asleep . I do not think that is a bad thing as the positive thoughts are there in your subconcious as you sleep. It takes time and practice but once you get used to it . It is so beneficial.

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