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Many of my patients are dealing with a lot of stress, and they often ask me what they can do to reduce their stress and not feel so overwhelmed.
I love recommending one of my favorite self-care practices – meditation. Before you tune out thinking it’s not for you, consider this:
You don’t need fancy equipment. You don’t have to be religious. No matter your background, you can enjoy the practice and reap the benefits.
It’s a great way to “quiet” your mind and focus on what is truly important in your life. I like to think of it as a workout for your soul.
One of my favorite meditation practices is called heartfulness meditation, and it’s a life-changer. It’s a relaxation technique that will bring you calm, focus and the ability to live in the moment. There are so many health benefits, and you can use it to achieve purpose in your life.
It’s a simple approach to connect with your heart … and all matters of the heart. It’s such a beautiful way to connect with what matters.
It’ll reduce your anxiety, lower your blood pressure and help cultivate strength and serenity. If you’re looking for an easy way to keep your stress down and feel more in control, you’ll love it.
This practice transcends cultural and religious barriers and brings together people from all around the world.
Bonus Tip: If music helps you to focus and feel calmer, you can play something quietly in the background. Singer, songwriter and musician Moby (any Moby fans here?) recently released 4 hours worth of free music designed for yoga and meditation!
Cultivating a sense of spirituality – simply a belief that you are connected to something greater than yourself – is one of the best ways to achieve a healthier life. Take time each day for pause and reflection. It’s a beautiful way to connect with what matters while improving your health and honoring your heart.
Make healthy living a part of every day.
The light in me honors the light in you. Namaste.
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