Tuesday 5 November 2019

Learning how to meditate for the first time: a simple method

Zoe Pennant (known as the Sage) shares her views on learning meditation

Many years ago life seemed a real struggle, money was tight (only because I wasn't living to my means) I was epileptic, dyslexic and suffered from anaemia, PMT and low blood pressure just naming a few.

My ill health and stressed lifestyle seemed to take over my life, I got to a point where I felt nobody on the outside could help me but myself so I started to search and find other ways to heal self, this is when meditation found me or I found it.

I have been meditating now for over 15 years and it have changed my life in a way that I no longer worry about things that chooses to show itself in my experiences of life, meditation doesn't just relax the mind, body and soul but also helps you to connect with that inner you. Why don't try it today as it might just change your life for the better. 

There are so many different forms of meditation, Sound/Vibration meditation, Walking meditation, Silent meditation, Chakra meditation, Yoga meditation, Tibetan meditation, the list can go on.
Once you arrive on this journey you are able to grow and create your own meditation that will work for you

Below I have made a simple meditation video that anyone can try it is a starting point by where you can start to explore and just maybe you might find the inner you that you have been searching for....

Once you realise in life that the only real person that can change your life is you, you will never look back again as the past can not help you today but can remind you of where you have been. Start today to give yourself the love and time that the YOU is crying out for and remember to have fun and enjoy the process.

A list of things meditation is good for:

Balancing the body
eases chronic pain
boasting our mood and immunity
self awareness
and much more....

1 comment:

  1. I really want to thank the author for such a nice blog that helped me to understand why it is important. benefits of meditation UK