I have been told by my doctor that mediation will help my anxiety and depression. Lots has happened to me recently like losing a dear friend that has really brought me down. The world situation is not helping either it all seems so crazy to me, but my friends and family think I am the crazy one for questioning what is going on. I have tried to meditate but can’t switch my thoughts off. It is really hard to do and I feel like giving up. Have a product that will help?
It understandable that you are feeling as you do right now. You are nor alone but in the company of millions of others that are being affected by our global situation, the fear and uncertainty surrounding it. Added to this, and not to be underestimated, is the shift in vibration that is happening.
Energetically we are in a maelstrom. We can feel it but like anything intangible we cannot quantify it. Cannot put it in an intellectual box. For those that are sensitive, which probably includes most of our readers, there is the feeling of being knocked about. Out of sorts but unable put a finger on why.
Once we accept that this is happening, and ignore what people say or think about us, we can go with the flow. When we accept that there is nothing wrong with us – but very right – we can get on with our lives. Not easy, but I believe we are in the eye of the storm with the sun just hidden out of view by the clouds.
So, meditation is a great tool to help us find and keep our equilibrium while we live with this. And it is wonderful that that your doctor has suggested it. Meditation is now mainstream – that’s progress.
But like all good things it takes practice, persistence, and finding a meditation that is right for you. There are dozens of ways but with the assistance of one of our energetic tools the simplest technique can take you into a deep and peaceful place inside.
This is a very easy way to meditate:
- Put your feet flat on the floor – this is grounding. Take your shoes off and wiggle your toes – be comfortable no one is looking.
- Put your attention on your breath and notice your breathing. Normal breathing in-and-out. Focus on it. if your mind wanders – no biggy- just come back to focusing on your breathing. Feel it.
- Do it for as long as feels comfortable, or you have time. Several short sessions throughout the day can feel good and help you a lot.
This may not be regarded as exactly classic meditation, but I just love it and I do it several times a day when I have a couple of minutes. Give it a go?
Sitting comfortably as before, holding a POWER P.E.BAL , Zen Stone or Shell Shield, just listen to your environment around you. Listen for the silence in between the sounds. Do not analyse or think about it at all. Do not name the sounds. Do not do anything but listen. Be the observer with your ears and give your mind a rest. Focus on just listening. Be in the moment – just doing that.
And if you have a QSB
run it while you meditate it will help you to relax and go into a deeper meditative state.
Persevere – you will get it.
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