Having personally experienced the power of meditation, I am tagged as ‘Meditation Advocate’ in my social circles. It has been my constant endeavour to encourage friends and family to give meditation at least one try. So, for the readers of Fab Life Guide, I thought, why not to list down the select best free meditation resources available on the internet. Idea is to help you start easy and right away!
Insomnia is a rising problem and can be caused by couple of factors – from stress, anxiety, gadget addicted lifestyle to a physical imbalance in body and illness such as diabetes. Enough is already said about the health benefits associated with 7-8 hours of restful sleep. Sleeping with a relaxed frame of mind is extremely crucial for a sound, restful sleep. Here is a wonderful podcast that will help you tremendously to fall asleep soundly and quickly.
How many times have we noticed that while we are physically present at home, our mind is still occupied with thoughts about the unfinished to-do list, the presentation tomorrow, appraisal review with boss next week – so on and so forth? By mentally carrying work home, we are not doing any justice to our physical and mental health – least to mention our social health. We are not giving our mind and body enough time to unwind, recuperate and rejuvenate. No wonder we go to work the next day feeling drained and demotivated. Tara Brach’s amazing breathwork guided meditation works wonders to help you unwind post work.
I truly appreciate the efforts of the team at The Chopra Centre in creating a bank of free guided meditations for various conditions. From awakening abundance to the wonderful healing meditation, these fabulous mediations are sure to bring in a remarkable change in your life.
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program is a wonderful online course created by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn from the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Being mindfulness is simply making sure all your sense is functioning in the present and living to the fullest.
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