Here's the thing: Meditation is for everyone, and it's different for everyone. There is no right or wrong way of doing it, and meditation can help you increase your focus, reduce stress, and prevent common health ailments.
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Put down the phone and turn off the hob, lower the laptop and switch off the radio – multitasking is officially over. Instead say hello to 'Mindfulness', a way of single tasking and living in the moment"
"The concept is very simple: by living in the moment, and focusing the mind through regular meditation, we can retrain the brain to function better."
craig daniels's insight:
I never tire of reading people accounts of how mindfulness has affected their lives. One theme always emerges, everyone has found something deeper within themselves, something they did not know was there before or at least has not known the extent it existed.
In many years of reading about their experiences I have never come across one post or article where someone wrote that mindfulness was of no use. Put some time in and mindfulness will work for you as well, how exactly it will work is as individual as we are but it will change your perceptions of yourself and your everyday reality that I'm sure of.