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Dissolving the Invisible Walls

“Meditation means dissolving the invisible walls that unawareness has built.” -Sadhguru

Is meditation one of your routine practices?

Today, May 20th is World Meditation Day and, May is the Mental Health Awareness Month.

Currently, it is estimated that globally 200 to 500 million people practice meditation. There is evidence that meditation practice dates way back to 5,000 to 3,500 BCE. Still, meditation is one of the most popular mind and body practices along with yoga.

The word “meditation” is derived from Latinmeditatio” from the verb “meditari,” meaning "to think, contemplate, devise, ponder." However, the purpose of meditation is not to think, ponder, or contemplate.

🙏 Meditation is the practice of beingness in the non-doingness. Meditation is an inner connectedness practice, a practice of “The Self.”🙏

When we meditate, we create a space for ourselves to connect with our consciousness. We can harness our thinking and controlling minds through meditation practices so that we can control the inner critic, the judge, and the voice in our heads. Meditation energizes the power of our hearts and opens the gates to higher awareness of the true self. This peaceful connection to the stillness and the effortlessness of the present moment is a great teacher and a healer.

Meditation is the resourceful spring of general wellness as well as wisdom. Meditation is known to relieve depression, reduce stress and anxiety levels. It has proven to help reduce blood pressure and the risk of heart attack and stroke. Meditation increases energy levels, improves memory, and helps to focus.

📌 Statistics show that meditation increases employee productivity by 120%. Company-sponsored/implemented meditation programs decreased absenteeism by 85% and also those businesses experienced a 520% profit increase.

💎 If you have not yet tried meditation, please do. Be patient, you will reap the benefits, and you will experience positive results in your personal and professional life.

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