The Importance of meditation
How to meditate?
The fundamental principle of meditation is to 100% focus your conscious awareness at the current moment on a specific thing such as positive thought or intention, or the space in and out of the body, or just paying attention to the physiological process of breathing or what so-called (focused breathing). Mediation is related to altering the brain wave and putting the individual in a different state of awareness.
Most people have much resistance to daily meditating, which is also related to the fact that most people don’t know how to meditate and resist it because of some distractive thoughts that pop up in their minds at the beginning phase of meditation. But meditation can significantly help individuals observe and control their thoughts, precisely, the negative and intrusive thoughts; it enables them to monitor and change thoughts that don't serve them. according to scientific research, regular meditation is associated with reducing stress, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and increasing life quality. Benefits of Meditation: 12 Science-Based Benefits of Meditation (healthline.com) Balance and inner peace are the noticeable reported benefits by meditators. Neuroimaging studies found great benefits for some regions of the brain. Furthermore, according to Dr. Joe Dispensa, regular mediation cures life-threatening diseases such as cancer. The founder of Thetahealing, Vianna Stibal, had healed herself from bone cancer through regular theta meditation and focused prayer. https://www.thetahealing.com/
The best way to start meditation is to have a quiet and comfortable place, sitting or lying down with a straight spine. Eliminate any external stimuli to get the best benefit out of your meditation. You can start a guided meditation such as Thetahealing meditation or transcendental guided meditation. Its note Worthing that if you pass the 21 first day of a new habit, it will be effortless for the subconscious mind to consider it a new practice.