Meditation, does it really work?
Lately I’ve been exploring the field of meditation. I started small, with easy exercises from , Deepak Chopra and others. The truth is that I was really suspicious about the process itself and its effect. In the beginning I was believing that meditation was some kind of supernatural process with unrealistic results. In addition to this I was convinced that only naive people would fall under its spell and make up their minds with false beliefs about its efficiency. But I admit it, I was wrong.
As it turns out meditation is nothing of supernatural and magical tricks. It is all about connecting yourself with your environment and your goals. It is all about leading yourself through your desires. It also is all about finding clarity and open your thought up to the real you by getting in touch with your core values.
When listening to the light music and leading yourself to unleash your inner power, fills you with energy and inspiration. I know that all this sounds pretty abstract and fluent, but the truth is that it actually works. And the reason why it is so fluent and sometimes unspecified by definition is because it is different for every individual being.
Each one of our projects their own fears, blocks and wishes from their mind and they organize it in a productive way that boosts their energy and motivates them in achieving their goals. That is pretty much what meditation is for me. I absolutely suggest you to give it a try. Keep your mind open and surrender your body to your inner energy. It will only benefit you, trust me on that.
I try to meditate three times a week, but if I need to focus or up level my energy I don’t hesitate to spend some minute of my time, because that ‘s all it takes. It doesn’t have to be long hours, except if you want it to. Mine is usually around ten minutes tops and they work miracles.
Do you meditate and how long does it take you? Let me know in the comments below. Have a beautiful and happy Sunday and don’t let unhappy thoughts get into you. Remember, there’s always something good in every situation. Even in the worst ones.