Loving Kindness Meditation Benefits. Dec 30th, 2018. As a certified meditation teacher, fitness. Thai martial arts fanatic/enthusiasts with a strong desire to create business for myself. Recently he decided to make a company that would combine his many passions & interests to help people all around the globe to find their true purpose, personal well being and overall happiness to prosper and contribute positively to this growing planet. To date, he has hired several staff & has several programs established with varying levels of success, all while continually adding more people to the mix each week.
The Art Of Meditation & Relaxation
Here’s one of the biggest loving kindness meditation benefits. The art of meditation & relaxation, as Dr. Norman Cousins of Love Medicine Institute relates in his book, “Meditate With Joy”, is the art of replacing the ego (ego’s) with feelings of connectedness, compassion and appreciation for the whole person, for our differences, our strengths and for our Differences – including those differences we hold in opposition to others. When we connect with these feelings, compassion & appreciation, it’s amazing how light our lives can become and how much less stress we can experience. Indeed, it’s similar to what I call Meditation Light.
How does meditation and/or loving kindness meditation benefits those who practice them to reduce stress, lower high blood pressure, improve sleep and promote healthy aging? The first is the fact that the breathing exercise done while meditating helps to slow down our heart rate, increase oxygen to the cells and slow cognitive aging. The second is that meditating helps release feelings of anger, anxiety, hostility and frustration. It also can help us to release physical and emotional pain and trauma.
How do loving kindness meditations benefit those who practice them to reduce stress, anxiety and high blood pressure? Again, the exercise is relaxing. The meditator focuses on releasing negative emotions like anger, hostility and frustration. He or she may also notice how easily negative thoughts slip into the mind. Perhaps the meditator is aware of a pattern. The thought then becomes ‘old’, replaced by more positive thoughts or images.
How do loving kindness meditation benefits those who practice them to lower high blood pressure, improve sleep and promote healthy aging? Again, the meditator is focusing on releasing anger, resentment, anxiety, hostility and frustration. He or she may notice how easily negative thoughts slip into the mind.
The next time you need some help with dealing with an angry person, instead of becoming defensive and picking a fight, turn to your loving kindness meditation script for some guidance. Remember that unconditional love is not about pointing out the bad things about someone. It’s also not about pointing out how much you dislike them. Rather, it’s about showing the person love so they feel safe and free from harm.