The Golden Space Meditation Circle
Tuesdays on 28 Nov 2017
7.30pm – 9. 00pm @ SGD22 per session
There are plenty of other important reasons and benefits to meditate, by practicing meditation.
Meditation reduces stress better than anything else. Not only does the practice of meditation give you some “down time” to rest physically and mentally, it also has a very direct effect on your entire nervous system by reducing your body’s production of stress related chemicals like cortisol, and increasing the production of mood enhancing chemicals like serotonin.
Strengthens your immune system, reducing your blood pressure and lowering cholesterol levels.
Meditation is often of particular interest to people who are diagnosed with a chronic or potentially life threatening illness. People with serious medical conditions like cancer will sometimes turn to meditation as a means to enhance the process of healing and recovery. While meditation should never be used as a substitute for proper medical care, in some cases it can lead to medical breakthroughs and healing even when traditional medical treatments have been unsuccessful.
Of course, you do not have to be terminally ill to benefit from the healing effects of meditation! Even if you have just come down with a case of the flu, meditation will enhance the function of your immune system and help to you to rest more deeply, leading to a speedier recovery. Meditation also happens to be a wonderful way to alleviate headaches and to prevent them from recurring.
Sleep is a totally natural human function, and it’s something we need every day. But if you have a busy mind or if you are stressed then you may find that your sleep is not as restorative as it should be. Meditation dramatically improves the quality of your sleep and it is one of the most powerful natural treatments for insomnia. A great reason to meditate.
Studies into the effects of meditation have shown that the regular practice of meditation can slow the aging process. The biological age of long term meditators is generally less than those of people who have never meditated. It is believed that the physiological cause of this is due to the fact that meditation helps to reduce the body’s production of free radicals. Free radicals are organic molecules that are responsible for aging, tissue damage, and possibly some diseases.
Meditation is a very powerful natural prescription for people who suffer from anxiety and/or depression, and it is also taught to people who have difficulty controlling their anger. However, you do not need to have a serious psychological condition for meditation to be of benefit to you! Every-day people who meditate generally enjoy a lot more…
People who meditate are less stressed, healthier, they sleep better, and they have a more positive outlook on life. Simply put, meditation makes you a happier person!
Success and Quality of Life
Think about this for just a moment…
Meditation will help you to make wiser, more peaceful choices during everyday moments. This in turn leads to a life that contains more positive opportunities and fewer problems. Of all the reasons to meditate, this one is perhaps the least obvious, but it is also one of the most significant.
Did you know that most top athletes practice some form of meditation and/or visualization? Not only does the practice of meditation help athletes to concentrate on achieving their goals, meditation also help them to achieve peak physical condition and to accelerate healing and physical recovery after exercise.
Professionals often rely on meditation to help them become clear on how to manage complex situations or to develop a strategic direction for their business. When intensive, multi-faceted thinking is required, meditation can really help you to open your mind to new possibilities and to improve your ability to see the “big picture”.
Artists of all types use meditation to open their minds to “creative flow”. After all, where do new ideas and creative inspirations come from? They come from the mind. If your mind is full of noise, if you are stressed and confused, then how can you expect to access the “creative genius within?”
It is common for spiritual people to practice meditation. Meditation has been used for thousands of years as a way to attain a level of awareness that is beyond the limitations of the everyday thinking mind, to find freedom, and to connect with the spiritual awareness within.
As you can see, there are many reasons to meditate. But even if you are not an artist, or a professional, or an athlete, and even if you are already an intelligent, healthy person who has no interest in spirituality, meditation can still dramatically enhance your quality of life. I urge you to try meditation, if for no other reason than the fact that it makes you feel so good!
Join us each week, relax, de-stress, connect to your Inner Self and enhance your Spiritual Awareness with like-minded people.
Do bring your family and friends along to join in the fun. We look forward to share our love with you!
Meditation sessions are facilitated by our in-house practitioners.
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