Results Of Meditation.

Profile picture of the author idesignbanner by idesignbanner Posted: 10/20/2010
Meditation is something that everyone should do.

When i do it,i feel very relaxed mentally and physically.

If you do it,please share your results you got via meditation.

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  • Profile picture of the author chrisbiz
    chrisbiz
    I used to do this every single day when I was still in the seminary. And it actually makes you feel relaxed and feel serene. Its a time when you can free yourself from anything about the world, the world of pain, hardships, problems, struggles etc. Its the best time to divert your mind, yourself to the the beauty of life, how great life is.

    By logic, when you meditate you always inclined to go to the positive side of life instead of leaning to the negative, and in no time will make you insane. You are meditating, you are in solitude and you will think of negative things? you will get crazy.

    Meditation=POSITIVE!

    Again it boils down to one principle.

    Everything is in the MIND.
  • Profile picture of the author Julie M
    Julie M
    Agreed! Most everyone is constantly rushing around - we all need to take time to be still in the body and mind and amazing things will happen. The benefits of meditation are so many and so far reaching that I wish it was something everyone would do.

    ..one of those things they should teach in school... along with money management LOL
  • Profile picture of the author Mark Pitt
    Mark Pitt
    Learning meditation and living in the moment completely changed my life. My mind used to tell me a lot of nasty things about myself. Now of course I realize that none of what it said was in any way true! I pretty much went from depression to joy, and I've never looked back. My mind is very quiet nowadays.

    Shutting off the mind results in inner peace, calm and feelings of joy every time. Chris is right, it's virtually impossible to be negative when you meditate. It helps you focus too.
  • Profile picture of the author The Mike Sherratt
    The Mike Sherratt
    Meditation is the gateway to the soul. It provides the illuminated path of shifting from the ego self of the soul into spiritual oneness. It is the key to unlocking the ego self of the soul, shifting the energy of the ego self of the soul being one with our soul thereby bring spiritual oneness within us, within our soul. It is within meditation that we shift vibrationally to connect with Spirit. Meditation assists us with our spiritual journey to realize our life's purpose within this life experience. Benefits of meditation, though free from being sought in meditation, are indeed derived from meditation praxis. Some of them include being focused, centered, and grounded - especially amidst the appearance of the illusion called distractions, soul balance and harmony, a deep genuine feeling of calm and relaxation, a continuous state of absoulute love and well-being, a remembering of our connection with all, of all, for all, and in all that is, and an awareness of the one infinite moment.
  • Profile picture of the author chrisbiz
    chrisbiz
    Originally Posted by The Mike Sherratt View Post

    Meditation is the gateway to the soul. It provides the illuminated path of shifting from the ego self of the soul into spiritual oneness. It is the key to unlocking the ego self of the soul, shifting the energy of the ego self of the soul being one with our soul thereby bring spiritual oneness within us, within our soul. It is within meditation that we shift vibrationally to connect with Spirit. Meditation assists us with our spiritual journey to realize our life's purpose within this life experience. Benefits of meditation, though free from being sought in meditation, are indeed derived from meditation praxis. Some of them include being focused, centered, and grounded - especially amidst the appearance of the illusion called distractions, soul balance and harmony, a deep genuine feeling of calm and relaxation, a continuous state of absoulute love and well-being, a remembering of our connection with all, of all, for all, and in all that is, and an awareness of the one infinite moment.
    Very well said! Agree!!!
  • Profile picture of the author tk226
    tk226
    I have a question - is not we are in a state of meditation when we fall asleep?
  • Profile picture of the author idesignbanner
    idesignbanner
    Originally Posted by tk226 View Post

    I have a question - is not we are in a state of meditation when we fall asleep?
    No friend.We are not in our sense during sleep but in meditation we are awake and in full sense from in side.
  • Profile picture of the author John Bellamy
    John Bellamy
    I'm so pleased that there are like minded people out there who meditate.

    I meditate for an hour every morning in our teepee which is in our garden. Man, it's so peaceful out. We live @ the foot of a mountain and there is a beautiful stream with salmon in it which runs at the bottom of our garden.

    I find that meditation helps focus the mind. Keep me alert and ready for the day ahead.
  • Profile picture of the author chrisbiz
    chrisbiz
    wow. good for you to have such conducive environment for meditation. I believe that its also the environment that adds more depth/value to our meditation. The environment should by nature be positive and once we are in meditation, we more likely be more aware of our sorroundings, that leads us to appreciating it, and will end up in more harmony with it. Consequently, we will have more sense of positivism to face each day, or anything ahead of us.
  • Profile picture of the author idesignbanner
    idesignbanner
    Originally Posted by John Bellamy View Post

    I'm so pleased that there are like minded people out there who meditate.

    I meditate for an hour every morning in our teepee which is in our garden. Man, it's so peaceful out. We live @ the foot of a mountain and there is a beautiful stream with salmon in it which runs at the bottom of our garden.

    I find that meditation helps focus the mind. Keep me alert and ready for the day ahead.
    You are so fortunate to have a great environment.Keep the good habit of meditation.
  • Profile picture of the author Ernie Lo
    Ernie Lo
    Yep meditation is great! It's not some hogwash BS, it really makes you feel good and clears your mind and makes you happier.

    I've had some pretty crazy (good crazy experiences while meditation.

    I can't wait to quit my job one day, set up a meditation area and meditate daily at home.
  • Profile picture of the author Alex Barboza
    Alex Barboza
    I meditate daily and I am becoming very proficient at it. I still find times when I lose focus but that will stop sometime. I love it!

    Originally Posted by John Bellamy View Post

    I meditate for an hour every morning in our teepee which is in our garden. Man, it's so peaceful out. We live @ the foot of a mountain and there is a beautiful stream with salmon in it which runs at the bottom of our garden.
    .
    Wow, John. The description of your place is awesome. I just felt relaxed by reading about your mountain and your stream with salmon! Can I visit you someday when I go to The US? My wife would love it too!
  • Profile picture of the author Julie M
    Julie M
    Originally Posted by Mark David View Post

    Learning meditation and living in the moment completely changed my life. My mind used to tell me a lot of nasty things about myself. Now of course I realize that none of what it said was in any way true! I pretty much went from depression to joy, and I've never looked back. My mind is very quiet nowadays.

    Shutting off the mind results in inner peace, calm and feelings of joy every time. Chris is right, it's virtually impossible to be negative when you meditate. It helps you focus too.
    Amazing story, hope that inspires more people to try it for themselves. It CAN make such a huge difference!
  • Profile picture of the author JRCarson
    JRCarson
    Yeah, I love meditating.

    I find myself playing out negative dialogues in my head all the time. Time to meditate! It completely clears all that crap and gets me focused on the present moment.

    Nice thread!
  • Profile picture of the author Ben_R
    Ben_R
    I meditate while i work by chanting affirmations - anything that focises the mind is a meditiation 0- although sitting still is the traditional way -
    im a bhuddist
  • Profile picture of the author Gary Pettit
    Gary Pettit
    "... something everyone should do"; perhaps. And certainly something that should be done every day, since the key to effective meditation is practice. As Vince Lombardi said, "Practice doesn't make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect." Anyone who knows meditation knows how difficult it is, especially at first.
  • Profile picture of the author idesignbanner
    idesignbanner
    Originally Posted by sparkie2260 View Post

    "... something everyone should do"; perhaps. And certainly something that should be done every day, since the key to effective meditation is practice. As Vince Lombardi said, "Practice doesn't make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect." Anyone who knows meditation knows how difficult it is, especially at first.
    This is really true.Our practice should be in right direction.
  • Profile picture of the author jeannemk
    jeannemk
    There's no better way to meditate than sitting and chillaxing at the beach in front of your private beach house just staring at the horizon waiting for the sun to set simply enjoying the peaceful breeze.

    But while this hasn't become a reality yet (since I can't find time to go to the beach anymore), I meditate just by staring at the ceiling while I lay on my bed, trying my best not to think of anything that troubles my mind. I'd free myself from all those thoughts, then I'd feel at peace with myself.
  • Profile picture of the author TechGuy1
    TechGuy1
    hey there!
    Found this on a Blog somewhere.Seemed quite useful to me!

    5 Surprising Benefits of Meditation You Should Know:

    For decades meditation practice has been viewed with suspicion and often thrown into the same ‘esoteric’ pot as crystals, astrology and palm readings. However, the situation is changing fast as more and more people turn to meditation practice, looking for silence, inner peace and tranquility.
    If you have never meditated, below are some convincing reasons, why you might want to reconsider and give it a try.
    If you are practicing meditation regularly (or at least trying to), keep reading anyway to discover all the physiological, psychological and spiritual benefits that you get while meditating!
    5 Amazing Benefits of Meditation:

    1. Stronger, healthier heart.
    Meditation is not just a practice to calm down our mind. It has numerous physical health benefits as well. Recent studies have found that meditation can protect us against heart disease and stroke (both leading causes of death in the world). Your heart can benefit from regular meditation in many different ways: it lowers blood pressure, improves blood circulation, and reduces cholesterol and atherosclerosis (the buildup of plaque in the arteries that can cause heart problems).

    2. Slimmer, better looking body.
    It sounds too good to be true, but, never-the-less, it is true – you can shed pounds without sweating in the gym!
    It is not a secret that we gain a lot of extra calories due to our bad eating habits (like eating in a hurry or munching on something when we feel frustrated, sad or bored). Stress relief and relaxation provided by meditation promote more conscious eating helping us to eat healthier and, consequently, stay thinner.

    3. Reversed biological Aging Process.
    Biological age measures how old a person is physiologically, taking in consideration the functioning of the major organ systems. As it turns out, long-term meditators, who have been practicing meditation for more than five years are physiologically 12 years younger than their chronological age, while short-term meditators quickly reverse physiological signs of aging by 5 years! Try it for yourself and feel your body getting younger and healthier every day!

    4. Reduced stress and anxiety.
    Neurological studies of the brain show that meditation boosts the intensity of alpha waves – associated with quiet, receptive states that can not be achieved during sleep or other relaxation techniques. This relaxed state combats worry and stress by efficiently lowering “stress” hormones and shifting brain activity to the calmer left hemisphere.

    5. Stronger immune system and improved mood.
    It has been shown that meditation can help produce antibodies against illness as well as lift your spirits, when you feel frustrated or sad. But the most remarkable thing is that these positive biological effects can last up to four months after the end of meditation training. Which means that it is enough to meditate for a couple of weeks to stay healthy for months!


    As for me, Meditation has always resulted in a calmer & stabler mind. Its also agreat tresss Buster. The best part is , however small it may be,Mediatiaon always helps in personal well being.
  • Profile picture of the author JustinDupre
    JustinDupre
    Very nice discussion. I never knew meditating can be this powerful and amazing! I must try to do em for all these awesome benefits.

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