Meditation is an all-around comfort food for the mind, the body, and the soul. You’ve probably heard that meditation is good for your health and that you should meditate every day. Whether it’s in a yoga class I’m taking, or I see it in a article on Facebook, or if I read it in a book or magazine – I’m constantly seeing that meditation is great for you! But why? Here’s why:
Okay, not really because of science, but science has proved that meditation has both real and tangible, mental and physical benefits. Studies are everywhere! Just google them. Or don’t google it, and just listen to the knowledge I’m about to drop right here – Google will tell you the same thing, I promise. In all honesty, I love to meditate. I’m not very good at it, but meditation is a work in progress, it’s a practice, and some people won’t get the hang of it right away. But that doesn’t mean you should do it! I mean, just look at the facts. Studies show:
All in all… I’m not going to tell you should meditate. You should tell you, that you should meditate. These facts might convince you, and if they don’t, I don’t know what will!
What I will tell you is, I love meditation. I need to practice it more often. I need to set aside more time for it. Because it’s like a mental health day from work – but instead of from work, it’s a mental health day from life. And life is one crazy erm, thing. There’s so many words I could use to describe it, but I’m trying to go with the peaceful state of mind thing here.
Love & Light!
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Colleen, founder of Om in Bloom, is a travel and holistic wellness writer based in Southern California. With a certification in Reiki energy healing, an active yoga practice, and a passion for clinical herbalism, Colleen is adept in opening her mind to wellness and the benefits it offers. She believes that with great care, we can indulge into our own journeys of self exploration, conscious growth, and compassionate love of both the self and others. She enjoys traveling the world with her loved ones and taking her wellness practice along to each destination. With firm intentions and gratitude, she wishes to experience the culture of wellness in each and every corner of the world.