Healing Your Body with Mindfulness

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It may seem as over exaggerated hippy mumbo-jumbo, but it is a fact that meditation and mindfulness have healing properties. People underestimate the power of their mind, which is not to say that this won’t go both ways – healing as well as damaging. The abilities of human brain are way underestimated in general. Everyone knows that our psyche can provide negative impact on our health, psycho-somatically influencing our physique by reducing healing capabilities of our body. It is obvious, therefore, that this can be turned to our gain by staying calm and ebbing away the bad thoughts. Difficult as it is, meditation done properly can do wonders for or bodies, both psychologically and physically, you just need to know what steps to take and how to do so.


Easy does it

The reason people usually quit trying to meditate is that of not knowing what they are trying to accomplish or even how to start. Meditation should be done for the sake of organizing one’s thoughts and supressing negative emotions. As an end result, isn’t maintaining a peace of mind well worth the trouble. On another hand, this in no way means that you shouldn’t seek medical attention, but merely that, at the very least, proper mindfulness of meditation will help you achieve inner peace and, at best, it will physically help you with your issue. In order to properly perform meditation, you need to take things slowly, sitting in a quiet room, with your environment set to your comfort, sitting or lying down on whatever surface you find most comfortable and beneficial. Secondly, remaining still, while taking deep breaths (in your nose, out your mouth) for max relaxation. If random thoughts occur, which will undoubtedly occur, rather than trying to ebb them away, or focusing on them, simply ride the wave and let them pass.

Words and Actions

Meditation doesn’t end or begin while meditating. In order to procure a positive, healing mind set, you’ll need to be mindful of your language. This doesn’t end with the words you use, but also how you use them. Negative, undermining words will bring upon negative thoughts, while a positive outcome is a result of using positive, encouraging words. Saying “I’m sick, I wish I was healthy” is way less encouraging, than saying “I’m sick, I can’t wait to get better”. This, however, goes beyond health – you can apply this strategy to your life, craft and/or passions. If you keep telling yourself you’ll never get better, chances are, you really won’t.
It is quite similar with actions, perhaps even more influential, seeing as how actions speak louder than words. As FrontlineER suggest, visiting an emergency room as soon as an injury occurs, for example, is a sign of initiative, a way of thinking where you disregard all the hate towards hospitals and tune yourself towards getting better. What we do describes us more than what we say, so keep in mind of the importance of your actions, as a person.

You CAN!

Once you’ve practiced meditation of mindfulness for a while, you’ll get to know the hidden powers of your mind. You’ll know how to ebb away the negative thoughts as soon as they pop up and you won’t even know where that came from! This is one of the beauties of a meditative state of mind – the benefits will creep up on you without you even knowing. Tuning yourself to this way of thinking is vital in truly learning that you truly can influence your physique with your mind.

Although it takes time to achieve, knowing how to properly meditate can be extremely beneficial, regardless of whether or not you are sick or not – you can rest assured that meditation pays off either way.

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