Meditation for Healing
The brain is like a computer. The more you use it, the better it works. That’s why you need to make sure your brain gets enough rest when possible.
When you are injured, the brain may not get enough rest because it is constantly working hard trying to recover from the damage done by the accident or trauma.
Your brain needs time to rest. If you don’t take care of your brain, then it will eventually suffer from problems such as depression, anxiety, memory loss and other mental health issues. These mental health issues can lead to physical pain and even death if left untreated.
If you want to increase your chances of getting well faster, then you need to spend some quality time with yourself each day while relaxing in nature or doing something else that helps you relax.
Here are some ways to do just that:
1) Meditate – Meditation is one of the best things you can do for your own mental health.
You could meditate every day or only during certain times of the day. Either way, it’s good to start now so you have time later in life to practice regularly.
2) Eat right – Your diet has a lot to do with your ability to recover from stress and trauma.
If you eat a lot of sugar and simple carbs, then you’ll have a lot of energy, but you’ll crash and feel worse than before in no time. Complex carbs are a better option for giving you lasting energy without the mental fog.
3) Get enough rest – Your brain needs time to rest just like any other part of your body.
Make sure you get enough sleep every night. You should also take naps during the day if you feel tired or sleepy.
Drink enough water – When was the last time you had a glass of water?
If you can’t remember, then it’s probably time to drink up. Your brain is like any other part of your body, it needs water to operate properly. You may think that coffee or some other drink can substitute for water, but it can’t.
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What You Can Expect From This Website
In this website, I’ll be sharing a lot of information about meditation and mindfulness. I’ll be aiming my content at helping others learn more about this practice so that they can reap the many benefits of meditation for themselves.
I’ll also be sharing some success stories from people who have been able to use meditation to help themselves overcome a wide range of issues such as:
Stress and anxiety
Back pain and other physical ailments
Various forms of addiction
And much more
I want to share these stories with you because I know that meditation can help, and I also want to make you realize that you’re not alone in this journey.
Everyone experiences pain and suffering in their lives. Meditation is just one way that you can fight back against the negative thoughts, feelings, and emotions that are causing you distress. I hope that through this website, you’ll find the inspiration and motivation to begin your journey towards a happier and healthier life.
And as Nietzsche once said, “That which does not kill us only makes us stronger.”
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope that you come back soon!
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Sources & references used in this article:
Full catastrophe living, revised edition: how to cope with stress, pain and illness using mindfulness meditation by J Kabat-Zinn – 2013 – books.google.com
Can Mindfulness Meditation Really Reduce Pain and Suffering? by D Penman – Psychology Today, 2015 – fokt.pw
The mindfulness solution to pain: Step-by-step techniques for chronic pain management by J Gardner-Nix, L Costin-Hall – 2009 – books.google.com
Yoga for emotional trauma: Meditations and practices for healing pain and suffering by NE Rosenthal – 2012 – TarcherPerigee
Alterations in brain and immune function produced by mindfulness meditation by C Browne – 2018 – Storey Publishing