Meditation

The Benefits of Meditation

Making changes, creating new thought patterns, establishing new behaviours and ultimately a new reality takes conscious effort. Change is created when you are in a conscious state of awareness.

Meditation brings you into the present moment. When you move your focus from the past or the future, into the now, you are able to become more mindful of your thoughts, your emotions, your environment.

This is important to enable change in the way you perceive your everyday. And in turn, change your response to them.

Creating Well-being For You

Meditation can be a very effective way to create wellness and well-being in your life.  It’s proven to help individuals deal with stress, build resilience and cope with the ever changing world we live in. Meditation is an effective way to harness inner strength and foster a more calm, stress free day.

At CSN we encourage  a regular meditation practice. We we have found that after some initial repetition individuals gain confidence and pick it up quickly, experienceing almost immediate benefits. Meditation can benefit it many ways including:

  • Reducing Stress – Seeks to lower heart rate, whilst quietening the mind, fostering a sense of wellbeing
  • Breaking Habits – A transformation meditation that raises awareness to habitual patterns and transforms them
  • Fostering Gratitude – Gratitude is a base requirement to wellness and wellbeing
  • Manifesting real outcomes – It has been proven that the power of visualisation is key in manifesting a desired outcome or situation

 

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