Increase Meditation Motivation and Maintain Your Important Practice
What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow. Our life is the creation of our mind. – Buddha
Hypnosis can help refocus your attention towards regular mindfulness practice
Do you find yourself sometimes getting distracted by life and forgetting to be mindful?
Do you enjoy meditating but struggle to do it regularly?
We all know that medi-tation has huge benefits for our mental and physical well-being.
And even if you only meditate once in a while, you are likely to see positive changes in the way you feel. Read More Here. . . . .
Differences between hypnosis and meditation
The goals of hypnosis and mediation are different although there are similarities. Medi-tation may be used as a general way of ‘stilling’ the mind or as part of a wider spiritual system whereas hypnosis may be used more specifically to cure a phobia, stop nightmares and help lift the debilitating effects of depression.
Both states involve stilling parts of the mind so that other parts can become activated but medi-tation involves a little more conscious direction. In fact the lotus position (which, in my opinion is not the most relaxing way of sitting) may have originated to stop students going from a state of medi-tation into hypnosis.
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