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5 SIGNS WHY YOU NEED MEDITATION


Meditation is how you take your power back and the ability to return home to yourself. In meditation, you can transform yourself from being a creation to becoming a creator, because everything starts from your mind.

It’s very easy to get caught up with the fast pace activities of the world and eventually starts to drown in it without knowing that we are drowning until we become a disaster to ourselves and the people around us. It’s

easy for our mind to travel to different dimensions of life without any form of control if we are not aware and conscious of ourselves and our environment.






What exactly is mediation?

Meditation is the ability to be mindful, or the practice of mindfulness in our everyday life. Without harnessing the part of life we can never function completely in the right frame of mind. This is why a lot of people get caught up in bad activities eventually resulting in consuming different type of drugs or alcohol because they feel it can relax them or calm their nerves but this is just a temporary solution which debilitates your life.


Meditation, as it sounds is not a hard nut to crack but a very simple thing to bring you long-lasting healing for your soul, mind and body as long as you are willing. It all starts with being willing to dedicate a certain amount with yourself in stillness. The truth is that all the answers we are seeking to come to us in the moment of stillness, that is to silence your mind and listen to your soul speak.




1. YOU’RE ANXIOUS ABOUT THE FUTURE


Everyone worries. We consider these things to be normal as that makes us human. But when one cannot cease troubling oneself about fate, it can seem anything but ordinary. Fear is a sentiment whose root invariably rests in fate. This usually reveals concern of not succeeding or enduring longed-for desires and visions.


However, that doesn’t indicate you are ought to try to circumvent worry by casting yourself apart from beliefs and aspirations. Defining long-term aims and ideals are crucial to impulse and a future-based centre. Without purposes and aspirations, you can dissipate a feeling of determination and force in your life but when you can’t stop agonizing about tomorrow, it can control your decisions and take a charge of your today, this can be a devastating habit to live with.

Destiny is unending and inconstant. There are just various summaries and assets to check to feel like you hold a grasp on them.


Anxiety can have both mental and bodily symptoms, subconscious/mental symptoms can be

  • Feeling unnecessarily bothered or nervous most of the time

  • Having trouble resting, which makes you feel drowsy, not being able to focus, being dissatisfied, and behaving more alarmed

When you’re feeling uneasy or accented, your body discharges stress hormones, like adrenaline and cortisol.


Persistent worry, nervousness and stress can never help to prevent a future situation from happening. All we can do is our best in the current moment and accept the outcomes. Distress and concern will just increase our blood pressure and adrenalin levels while concurrently making us feel uneasy and suffocated. They are worthless as they just make us fearful. The only action in the present moment can make the difference and for that, we need to leave the baggage of uncertainty and stop being anxious about what's going to happen in the future leads to physical symptoms of anxiety, such as an increased heart rate and increased sweating.




2. ALWAYS THINKING ABOUT THE PAST


We have made mistakes, wrong decisions, been emotionally wounded, rejected, got taken advantage of, and sometimes we have hurt others in the past. None of us has a flawless past. Blemish is part of being human.


Our flawed pasts furnish us with relevant teachings from which we can acquire and learn to grow into a more genuine person. The errors and damage that we underwent in the past help us to become more rational and more endured. They give the experience of learning in such a realistic way that no book can.


Notwithstanding, the past is something which left forever. We can never retrieve or modify it no matter how much or hard we seek. Yet various people let their thoughts steadily think about the past, reiterate past mistakes, suffering and grief. It is more as if we are again watching and experiencing an old movie in our head over and over again.


Constantly reminiscing about our past situations and encounters is the chief cause for nearly all sorrow, anxiety, rage, distress, and irritation. Think about it for a minute, every time you go through any of those negative emotions, it will regularly concern an event or condition that happened in the past we have made mistakes, wrong decisions, been emotionally wounded, rejected, got taken advantage of, and sometimes we have hurt others in the past. None of us has a flawless past. Blemish is part of being human.


Our flawed pasts furnish us with relevant teachings from which we can acquire and learn to grow into a more genuine person. The errors and damage that we underwent in the past help us to become more rational and more endured. They give the experience of learning in such a realistic way that no book can.

Notwithstanding, the past is something which left forever. We can never retrieve or modify it no matter how much or hard we seek. Yet various people let their thoughts steadily think about the past, reiterate past mistakes, suffering and grief. It is more like we are again watching and experiencing an old movie in our head over and over again.


Constantly reminiscing about our past situations and encounters is the chief cause for nearly all sorrow, anxiety, rage, distress, and irritation. Think about it for a minute, every time you go through any of those negative emotions, it will regularly concern an event or condition that happened in the past.




3. YOU FEEL GUILTY ABOUT BEING UNPRODUCTIVE

When we slip into the net of competing in the Rat Race of Life, we force ourselves to believe that we are ought to Do More, Be More and Get More, without actually understanding what’s sensible and adequate for our purposes and demands. There is no excelling in this rat race because there is always going to be a lot of people that are “better” than you in some or another way. And honestly, do you crave to be a “rat” that exists according to measures of satisfaction and success commanded by society without ever being in the driver seat of your own life?


Productivity Guilt makes your prospect overly future-oriented. So, preferably of holding the current moment, you navigate through life one goal after another without exerting the time to understand your progress and achievements.

Hear this out, only because you are involved/busy in something, does not indicate that you’re being productive. Staying busy means you have things to do, things that are not significantly important or critical in the moment.

Staying busy just to avoid the feeling of unproductivity is obverse, it is more like an escape.

To examine this a little more, you have to realise that guilt is a sense of meriting blame for something. It is a hint that our behaviour is inconsistent with our values. Guilt is not intrinsically a negative sentiment. It is an illuminating effect that prompts us to work and gets us to do “the best thing”

To ease ourselves of the guilt and to conquer the feeling of cognitive discrepancy (distress that emerges from incongruence between behaviour and belief)


When you can differentiate between senses of excitement (good pressure) and dread (bad pressure) following a measure of achievement, the slope down from Mount Euphoria can be a stress trigger in itself. When your physique becomes conventional to a constant state of distress, the precise physiological alterations that occur after good news can, absurdly, trigger the feeling that something isn’t correct.




4. YOU PROCRASTINATE AND THEN END UP MULTITASKING


This problem can be unusually questionable in circumstances where one's anxiety rises as a sequence of their procrastination, which can direct to a feedback loop where someone feels anxious about a particular task, which lets them procrastinate instead of doing it, which delivers them more stress, which in aid causes them to procrastinate even more.


Procrastination is the act of casually deferring judgments or claims. it is usually pernicious to people’s capacity to conveniently seek their purposes, which is visible. It is also linked with a wide variety of subsidiary issues, such as prolonged tension and worse bodily and psychic health.

If you’re a procrastinator, then you’ve presumably questioned yourself at many points “why do I procrastinate so much?” or “why do I continue procrastinating although I understand that it’s wrong for me?” These are basic questions since perceiving why you procrastinate is crucial if you want to figure out how to end doing it.

As long as our discipline and motive surpass the impacts of demotivating factors, despite the hindering factors that conflict with them, we somehow manage to get the work done promptly. Though, when all the abrogating factors burden our dignity and self-control, we end up procrastinating, by setting off our work either frequently, or until that ultimate period when the insight turns in our favour.



An influential downside of multitasking is that sensation of stress which troubles people who consistently divide their concentration

Donating your attention to numerous duties at once, you will never have a practical thought left to build up with concepts and notions that are original, unique and creative.



Multi-tasking or multi failing results in disturbances, half-finished tasks and a higher proportion of your time spent “shifting” from one thing to another and has many unpropitious outcomes such as

  • Shrinkages Productivity

  • Negatively Influences Your Mind

  • Hikes Risk of Physical Harm

Attempting to do too much at once makes it more difficult to remain attentive and truly present at the moment

Several therapies based on meditation can even heal people suffering from depression, anxiety, chronic pain and other conditions.




5. YOU DESIRE TO BE MORE SELF AWARE AND EMOTIONALLY BALANCED


Even the most charismatic people, whether in person or celebrities of any sort, go through times where they are considering themselves to be lost in life and separated from everyone else.

While it’s a little relieving helpful to know we aren’t the only one in this perception, but the problem persists



What should we do when we feel misplaced and alone?

Self-awareness is the strength to see yourself with transparency and to take an external outlook through observation and self-examination. The principles of self-awareness are based on the idea that you are not your beliefs, you are an entity that is adopting them, you are deeming but are detached from your assumptions or thoughts. We can very simply live without paying any heed to our inner self, to learn to recognise our thoughts reflectively we are entirely able to stay in charge of them, this is what we get to learn when we explore ourselves.


Self-awareness can be the disparity between how we see ourselves and how others see us. The more self-aware we are, the more we tend to make healthy choices and watch for our prosperity and strength.


Greater self-awareness enables us to feel positive, productive, indulged in what we do.


"Emotionally balanced" here implies being in touch with your emotions, that you understand what you feel. It indicates that you perceive how to avoid whatever makes you feel uneasy or uncomfortable so that you're able to walk away unharmed.

It involves being thoughtful and quick enough to endure the hurdles that life tosses your way.

Nothing can be accomplished if the mind is not in an assembled state. And once you can maintain a steady stream of thought without changing direction, amazing things begin to manifest.


Understand that consistency plays a tremendous part in the quality of your experiences. Don't look for significant changes in your initial days or weeks or months of meditation. They will ultimately transpire but ordinarily when you least expect them to happen.





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