Meditation focuses on the control of the mind, it is a millenary practice where people become aware of their thoughts and manage to train their minds to obtain peace, calm and inner serenity.
Our main focus during this challenging time is quite rightly on our physical well-being. But we shouldn’t forget about our mental health considering these are stressful times for all of us.
As adults, we spend a lot of time captivated by the stories depicted in our minds. It’s impossible to know for sure, but some studies suggest we spend more than half our lives lost in thought – that is, completely gripped by free-associating mental depictions of life, rather than life itself.
Learning how to befriend fear and use it to your advantage means furthering in personal development and spiritual growth.
The funny thing about anxiety is that it can come even when you are generally happy. Anxiety symptoms often show up as pressure in your chest, shallow breathing, a racing heart rate, or scattered thoughts.