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What is Meditation?

Meditation is a discipline by which the practitioner is attempting to go beyond the sensory stimuli that we take in and process with the Conscious mind, focusing the attention onto a particular object of contemplation, avoiding external influences “thinking" ourselves into a deeper state of relaxation or awareness.

Under normal waking conditions we are stimulated by inputs from our sensory devices, touch, smell, taste, hearing and sight. We bounce these inputs around and then based on what we have received may make decisions, take action, reject, absorb or ignore them.

When doing Mediation you are trying to stop any focus or analysis of external stimuli by either narrowing that focus onto a single object, word or what we have going on inside us already.

"The brain processes 400 Billion bits of information a second BUT, we are ONLY aware of 2,000 of those."
-Dr. Joseph Dispenza, D.C.

The processing of stimuli can cause us to have a negative or positive reaction to what is being processed based on our beliefs, understandings and experiences. They can in turn cause stress and energy disruptions within the body leading to other ailments.

“Negative emotions are directly connected to a disruption in the body’s energy system and negative emotions are the cause of many physical health problems”

Meditation helps to reduce the effects caused by the constant bombardment, processing and analysis of external stimuli. It helps to relax the mind and body, benefitting the user in a multitude of ways, improving areas that we would not expect were the cause of many health problems.



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