Did you know that our thoughts and the way we process them affect the way our mind works? It also indirectly affects our body systems; even the heart! Meditation calms the mind, and naturally if the mind is calm and at peace, the heart will also benefit. The Journal of the American Heart Association published
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Do you usually worry about how long you should meditate? Is it 5, 10 or 15 minutes a day? Or Is it 5 days in a week? Is this something you have to do forever or will a few weeks/months be enough? How long is really long enough? This and others are the frequently-asked questions
Choosing a meditation practice that suits your needs and requirements is of paramount importance!
Teenage anxiety is a legit problem, and so is the stress related to studies- therefore, these need to be addressed in time, with meditation!
Meditate. Meditate. Meditate. That’s what you should do when it is a full moon!
Meditate. Meditate. Meditate. No matter what is your query, meditation is your answer!
On this World Meditation Day, let us embrace the stillness in our hearts while engulfing the peace of mind!
Did you always think meditation was for adults? It is time for you to think again.
It would not be wrong to say that be it our personal or professional life, we are faced with innumerable situations of fight or flight syndrome. In fact, we often come face to face with war, even if it is just waged in boardrooms and conference rooms. In such cases, the best weapon to face