Do you see yourself become wiser day by day, yet lose out to your aging body and aging mind?With only a look in the mirror,is your attention drawn to new, fine lines that have made way to your face and a few silver lockslanding on your shoulder? Not to forget the wide smile that has shrunk a bit and a joint that pains occasionally? You feel lazy in getting out of your bed and it takes a lot of persuasion to get you to do things you have never tried before.
Evidently, these are the signs of aging that affects you physically and psychologically. Though we cannot reverse the molecular clock and our physical age, we can definitely look and feel young just by carving a place in our schedule for 20 minutes of meditation every day. So, while you relax, you are healed internally on physical and mental level and this retards old age. Discover the levels where meditation works!
1. Better skin
Let your skin radiate happiness.
Let everyone compliment your happy skin wherever you go.
While healthy food and exercise can’t be ruled out as ways to a younger looking skin, but, an instant source of energy for our skin cells comes from meditation. It revitalizes our skin, andalso relieves us from the stress we have been holding onto consciously or not. Haven’t we noticed the dullness on our face when we are stressed? Take this awareness one step ahead with meditation and let your skin speak for you as you regularly meditate for a few minutes every day.
2. Better health
Why not enjoy the pink of your health even at 50?
Just make meditation a part of your day!
For a healthy body: Meditation helps release all toxins from your body.
For a healthy mind: Meditation releases the pent up emotions. You are better able to handle challenging situations when you start responding instead of reacting and don’t chew on unnecessary or wasteful thoughts.
Collectively, you distant yourself from negativity like stress, anxiety and tension and take a step further towards healthy and happy living!
3. Active and charged up
Why wait? Plug in to your source of energy now.
Just click on the Guided Meditation and experience so much energy after 20 minutes.
Have you been having morning blues lately? Or can muster only as much energy as is needed to survive through the day? You probably might want to drop your pills and take up meditation as a good habit every morning. It is like you slip into a mystical world before you get back to your mundane activities. This can pump in so much energy in you to take up tasks you have to do and those you wish to do but couldn’t earlier because you were sapped of energy! Breathe a new life into yourself and your day with meditation and forget aging!
With meditation, it is never a NO! Say YES to Life, Say YES to meditation!
One thing goes wrong for the day and you start losing hope! Has this happened to you? Is the repetitive routine everyday a dampener for your high spirits? You’d be glad to know that you can recreate that undying enthusiasm by taking to meditation. It will help you approach things with a fresh mind. You get over the cycle of boredom and find it easy to drop things and march ahead – something we forget to do as adults.
5. Young mind
With meditation, 60 is the new 40. Through meditation, relive the youthfulness of yesteryears and say, ‘Goodbye Aging’!
As a matter of fact, we are depleted of ideas and creativity when we need them the most, i.e. at the peak of our career. It therefore should be a wise deal to start meditating early and reap its benefits throughout one’s life. When you meditate, you are not stuck in thehistory of failures butwelcome challenges with open arms. This way, when your mind is in tune with your goals, and there is a willingness to learn, then the efforts resulting from effortless meditation speak of success.
Ravisha Kathuria, a passionate writer, has just begun dabbling in the world of words. Through her articles, she conveys the beauty of the ancient knowledge of meditation in its simplest form that are easy takeaways for the readers.
Author has written this article based on meditation inputs by Bharathy Harish, Sahaj Samadhi Meditation Teacher