“Work Work Work” by Rhianna is the anthem of today’s society. In today’s society, media marketing has less than three seconds to get consumers’ attention and with a plethora of options, we consumers are connected digitally all the time—when we walk, run, drive and fly. Getting the attention of the consumer is one problem, the second becomes keeping it.
This is where meditation can come into play and make a huge difference in our lives by helping us reset from the hyper-stimulating world around us. This is the gold that yoga instructors, wellness coordinators and personal development teachers have been focusing on to help our well-connected population reconnect to themselves. Corporate Offices and International airports now include yoga and meditation rooms to aid their employees and travelers in conscious connection while in the flow of the day.
Everyone can learn meditation with practice. Everyone can learn to relax and calm their minds in a few minutes, and you can build your meditation time with practice. Meditation can be done in silence, through movement, or with guidance and music. Each person will find their own unique way to begin a meditation practice, but for most, guided meditation is easiest. There are many digital options available like Hay House, HeadSpace, and YouTube. Whatever you desire – there is an option available – if not you create it.
Meditation can be quite simple and the benefits are well worth the effort. Meditation has been proven to increase focus, feelings of well-being, inner wisdom, insight, gratitude and even mystical experiences. The simplest way to get started is by:
Three minutes of your time can change your life, in meditation you may discover a message that was calling to you when you were not listening.
Andrea Bell is a connective consultant with a background in risk management, insurance, nutrition and wellness. She loves to travel and learn and has been involved in many coaching organizations including Tony Robbins Platinum Partnership, Institute for the Psychology of Eating and Integrative Nutrition.She is in the process of writing
her first creative book for teenagers.