Meditation for Relaxation
The purpose of meditation is to induce a
feeling of relaxation.
If you need relaxation or clarity of mind,
then learning to meditate will be of great benefit to you.
It's simple to learn, and practiced daily,
will reap many benefits.
extremely effective in helping to
reduce stress and tension, which is particularly important for
people living busy lives.
The technical bit
When we are going about our day to day
activities, we are usually in a state of low or moderate beta
brainwave frequencies, when routine thinking and physical functioning
occurs. High Beta frequencies reflect a state of heightened
anxiety or stress due to mental over-activity.
When in a state of meditation, we are usually
experiencing Alpha or Theta frequencies.
Alpha frequencies represent a relaxed state
associated with external attention. It is the wakeful state of
relaxed and effortless alertness. Alpha waves are utilised for
mental relaxation, accelerated learning, for creative process and
for peak performance. Alpha waves are brought about by light
meditation, reading a good book, soaking in a bubble bath or going
for a quiet walk in the countryside.
Theta frequencies represent a deeply relaxed
state of free flowing inward focus. We naturally enter into the
theta state for a few minutes just before falling asleep and just
before entering the waking state, when imagery is produced without
conscious effort. It is also the deep meditation state and the seat
of the creative process.
Through the use of powerful guided
visualisations you will be taken to many special places in your mind. These include
a gentle stroll along a powdery white beach, a walk through fields
of beautifully coloured flowers and many more delightful
Dawn's soothing tones will take you on a
journey of pure relaxation...
Induces Natural Relaxation
Creates a feeling of well-being
Increases Energy Levels
Relaxes Mind and Body
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