Tag Archives: health benefits of meditation

July 29

Journey to Mental Clarity

One thing I tell my students when they begin a meditation practice is to let go of trying to do it perfectly. There is no perfect. You can’t mess it up. Just begin. And you’ll see how meditation benefits your mind and body.

July 08

Meditation, Guts & Brains

An eight week study conducted by Harvard researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) determined that meditation literally rebuilds the brains grey matter in just eight weeks. It’s the very first study to document that meditation produces changes over time in the brain’s grey matter.

June 18

Meditation for Weight Loss

If you have been struggling to lose weight, it might be in your mind as much as it is in your waistline. According to meditation coach Lynne Goldberg, excessive eating often has nothing to do with hunger — it’s entirely mental.

May 26

7 Ways To Meditate

There is a place for drugs, supplements, and therapists, but these are often temporary fixes, not permanent solutions. They bandage the wound, but they don’t heal it.
Mind-body approaches like meditation open up the opportunity for true healing.

May 22

Simple & Beneficial

There is an abundance of information out there about meditation, but until now I hadn’t really paid much attention to it.

But now that I’ve had a chance to take a closer examination, the benefits are undeniably profound.

May 21

Meditation; 5 Key Ideas

Imagine if there was a supplement you could take that would:

help you focus
give you more time
relax more deeply
sleep better
stay calm and centred in the midst of a busy life
achieve more of your life’s and daily goals
stop procrastinating
have better sex
build grey matter in your brain
and help you be more creative and solution focused….?

Would you take it?

OF COURSE YOU WOULD!!

May 20

Deliver Us From Burnout

What do you do for fun? This is an important question I have started to ask patients so I can get to know them better and assess whether they find joy in their lives. I appreciate that the absence of joy can be a significant contributor to absence of personal health and sense of wellness.