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A Simple Meditation Technique to Combat Stress

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By : Frederik Talloen    99 or more times read
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Stress is inevitable. Everyday, there are just enough stressful activities and thoughts that cannot be avoided. Stress therefore is a part of life. However, the condition will not be able to influence or alter the overall state of being and lifestyle if it will not be allowed to manifest its influence and effects. In this sense, there is a need to control and curtail levels of stress.

To better understand stress, it will be noteworthy that there are two general types of stress usually encountered. There is such a thing as good stress. This type helps the person find a strong and achievable motivating influence. Bad stress, on the other hand, exceeds the good influence and gets to the destructive or unlikely boundary. Such stress is the major cause for exhaustion, depression and unrest.

When the body accumulates high levels of stress, due to different conditions, situations and problems, there is a need to trim down stress levels to normal levels. In most cases, there is a need to eliminate stress altogether. Some people have unconsciously learned how to deal with unhelpful stress, while others are less fortunate not to do so. In general, a happier and lighter disposition in life is generally helping achieve stress relief.

For those people who are not able to control stress and bring about total relaxation, there is a need to seek techniques to do so. There are specific medications available in the market to help people curtail stress. But many people prefer to attain stress relief the natural way. It is because of this reason that meditation has phenomenally emerged as an effective measure to fight high levels of stress in the body.

Meditation for stress relief

While in the past, meditation was more like a religious activity, its usefulness is now widened. Because of the long-term health, mental and physical benefits, the meditation has emerged as an alternative measure to attain relaxation and combat stress. Meditation is a mental activity used to bring about quietness, peacefulness and stillness to any person.

Now, many people rely on meditation when relieving and controlling stress levels. There are reasons why meditation is more preferred in doing so. First, the activity does not inflict or bring about any side effects, like most stress medicines and treatments. That is because when meditating, you do not take in any substance. Instead, you condition the mind to clear itself and seek natural relaxation through a simple mind exercise.

The second practical reason why meditation is such a hit is its accessibility. Logically, anyone could meditate anytime, anywhere. There is no need to invest in any machine or device, nor is there a need for special rooms or venues. To meditate effectively, all you need is a silent and comfortable room, where you can concentrate, relax and take time sitting down.

You will only need about five to 20 minutes to do a good meditation exercise. You can do it in your office, in your room, your living room or practically anywhere. Some people can even do it within a crowded or public place. However, to do so, you need to be in the advanced levels of meditation expertise.

Simple meditation process

Because many people are not very familiar about how to properly meditate, there is a need to disseminate helpful information on how to do so. Thus, this article is aimed at teaching people how to meditate effectively, the simple way. There is no need to attend expensive seminars and tutorials, nor is there a need to invest in premium learning materials, modules and other instructional instruments.

To begin the simple meditation process, find a good and conducive place where you will do the activity. As mentioned, it could be your bedroom, your living room or your silent office. Allot up to 20 minutes of free time for the activity. Spare yourself from any possible distraction within those minutes as you set to meditate and attain total body and mind relaxation.

Sit very comfortably in the room. Sit as cozily as you could, whether on a chair or on the floor. Make sure the temperature of the room is just optimal, neither too cold nor too hot. When sitting down, also make sure your spine is reasonably straight.

Clear your mind from any thoughts, problems or worries even for just a while, or during the duration of the activity. This is very essential in making sure you can facilitate for focus of concentration. Let your eyes rest by allowing the eyelids to drop to a comfortable level. Rest the eyes by gazing downward without focusing on any sight.

Continue the action until you feel that the act of gazing becomes your primary focus. This way, you will start noticing that your breathing is starting to become rhythmic. You can allow your eyes to close if that will give you more comfort. Stay in this relaxed state for the whole duration of the activity. After about 20 minutes, open your eyes and feel how you feel better, more relaxed and stress-free.
Author Resource:- Frederik Talloen has trained thousands around the world to improve there life's, reduce stress and live happier life's. He's mission is to help millions more to live a blissful life. Click on this link to download a free: guided meditations
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