Meditation is an exercise of the mind and there are certain “muscles” that we build up when we practice.
This meditation will cultivate feelings of self-kindness, connectedness, and gratitude and is designed for beginners.
Two quick and easy exercises you help you cultivate equanimity.
Training our muscle of equanimity, our muscle of inner smoothness, is almost like training to become a mental ninja.
Today we’re going to learn how to pop out of our own thoughts.
Sometimes, the chatter and thoughts in our heads feel like a calm conversation. Other times, it can feel like a heavy-metal screamo concert.
All of these techniques work towards the same goal. Pausing, popping out of your own thoughts, and spending a couple of moments in the present.
Breath visualizations are a powerful tool to improve your concentration and focus.
Although starting a meditation practice can seem overwhelming, all you need to do is dedicate 10 minutes of your time. Trust us, your brain will thank you.
Let’s explore the concept of neuroplasticity and why it’s so important for us to understand it.