When you open up to the ultimate, immediately it pours into you. You are no longer an ordinary human being -you have transcended. Your insight has become the insight of the whole existence. Now you are no longer separate -you have found your roots. ~ Osho
Relaxing the mind and finding relief from stress is a vital important to happiness and a healthy body, especially with the constant pressures of work and the increasing developments in technology everyday.
If you are seeking ways to transcend the mind and find inner peace, meditation is one of the easiest gateways to do so, regardless of the level of experience you have with meditating each day. With just a few minutes each day and a few techniques for opening the mind, you can feel relaxed and a bit less worried about the “small things” in life.
Here are the 5 simple techniques you can explore that will enable you to deepen your meditation experience:
Meditating Once a Day
Meditating at least once a day for about 10 minutes or so can greatly help to relieve stress and allow you to feel more calm and relaxed overall.
Assess Your Own Behavior
Assessing your own behavior and actions towards others and situations in your life will give you the opportunity to make positive changes
Keep a Journal
Keeping a journal is a method of documenting your true feelings and emotions that are otherwise difficult to remember, especially if you are dealing with trials and tribulations in life that are challenging and stressful.
Learning to Trust Your Instincts and Intuition
Learning to trust your intuition is a key factor in transcending the mind with meditation. Letting go of your past fears and even irrational fears of the present can allow you to be more open to changes and to the world around you.
Remove Your Ego
Removing the ego from any type of situation that invokes negative energy and emotions can help to see any type of issue in a more objective manner, keeping emotions from becoming intertwined.
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