Meditation: Easy Guide How to Relieve Stress & Depression by Stephen Gates

(9b) Easy Guide How to Relieve Stress & Depression

Meditation: easy guide how to relieve stress & depression


Meditation has gained widespread popularity as an effective tool for living peacefully and mindfully in the moment. But what is it exactly, and how does it work? Invitation to Meditation provides simple answers in a beginner-friendly format that weaves the experience of meditation directly into the reading—proving just how easy and enjoyable it can be.

A modern practice with ancient roots, mindfulness is widely recognized for its calming, healing, and restorative effects. Mindfulness and meditation can help you relieve stress, regulate your emotions, achieve focus and clarity, strengthen your communication skills, and cultivate an appreciation for what is most important to you. Based

This book will guide you, step by step, into the natural, open, peaceful awareness that is available to you at all times. Using the mindfulness-based Natural Rest program for recovery, you’ll learn how to tap into this present-moment awareness throughout the day, relieving yourself of worries about the future or past by allowing your thoughts and feelings to come and go as they are, without grasping at or trying to control them.

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Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / General

Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Language: English

Keywords: meditation, meditation for beginners, meditation and mindfullness, buddhism, meditation exercises

Word Count: 5232

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When we start to pay attention to the present moment, we become more aware of ourselves and our life. The past is forever gone and the future is a complete blank. The present moment, the experience and the surroundings that you have right here and now, is what you really have. This sense of awareness is called mindfulness.

What mindfulness really is?

Simply put, mindfulness came from the ancient Indian word “satt”, which means awareness, attention and remembering. You become aware of the present moment; you pay attention to your awareness of the present moment; and you remember to pay attention to each experience from each moment.

When you put mindfulness into action, you pay attention to something or someone in particular. You become aware of the way things are right now, not what they were or will be. However, you do not react to it; you respond. Reaction is when you do something automatically without thinking. Response is when you become more mindful and reflective as you take action.

By being mindful, you are also being non-judgmental. Most of us judge an experience in black or white, good or bad. By becoming non-judgmental, your mind’s eye is not clouded by your opinions based on your past. Instead, you begin to perceive things as they are now.

Lastly, being mindful means being openhearted. In anything and everything, you bring with you the elements of warmth, kindness and compassion.

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