Mood Boosting Meditation

50 Shades of Zen

Just 20 min of meditation a day can reduce stress, anxiety, depression, improve immune function and it’s free. Meditation has completely transformed my life into a calm, stable, peaceful, and enlightened state. The benefits it provides are treasures waiting for you to unlock them. All you have to do is make the conscious decision that you are worthy of giving yourself love and care. It’s almost impossible to not feel love when meditating. I remember when I first started about 5 years ago it felt as though I was giving myself a big hug, a hug I so desperately needed. Each morning as I meditated the feelings of love and gratitude for my life increased. No matter what was going on in my life I had a safe space to go where I knew how to calm myself down and completely change my perspective. There have been times when I was stressed out and pulled my car over and simply sat & meditated. When I was finished I was in a whole new place, one that was free of and anxiety and stress. The power of meditation is extremely trans formative. I want you to understand that you are the driver in your life. You can have control over how you feel on a daily basis. Meditation is a powerful tool to have in your toolbox. You can completely upgrade your quality of life with simple breathing techniques targeted towards releasing anything that is no longer serving you. So the next time you find yourself in a reactive stressed state remember you are in charge of your emotions. And if you are struggling with health issues meditation can drastically improve your quality of life. Some of the health benefits of meditation include: Increased immune function, decreased pain, decreased inflammation at the cellular level, increased gut permeability, balanced gut function, increased happiness, decreased depression and anxiety, decreased stress, balanced hormones, lowers blood pressure, better sleep, increased focus, increased calmness, boost in mental clarity, increased gratitude, decreased substance abuse, and the list goes on. Stress is the leading cause of disease so it stands to be very important to learn how to manage it.

You are worth it!