Breathe in and Meditate

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    Sep 05, 2012
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The art of meditation has been known to humans from the start. Meditation is known to help the mind and body relax to create a happier, healthier you. But remember one will only get as what one will put into it.

Breathing is the most important part of the base foundation in meditation. Proper breathing lets your body relax during this time. This is not just normal breathing as for this exercise you should inhale through your nose while letting your diaphragm expand and then exhaling through your mouth. This should be done slowly and while focusing on what you are really doing. Try to visualize the air coming in and then you letting the air back out. To many this is a great sensation that all seek. It has been compared to, as a new high or to feel truly alive.

After you are past the breathing stage you will be able to focus and concentrate much easier on things. With everything slowly coming together, one should be able to see their level of stress has calmed and most times their level of health will greatly increase. Some would also benefit by being able to accept things as they are or as they happen. As many of us have known friends and family members that have had great troubles in dealing with issues that come about.

When a person really wants to improve themselves and their surroundings, meditation is a great road to journey down. Many lessons and hard facts have been learned down this road. But in the end it improves you to a more complete happier, healthier you.

When one is at peace and is comfortable with themselves then everything from above seems to naturally fall into place.  It is then easy to fit this into your daily routine and feel good about yourself.

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