3 ways mediation will get you more joy.

What makes meditation such a powerful healing experience is its ability to liberate people from thoughtful stuff that conceals the mind. People that meditate regularly experience significant inner peace and joy in their life.

 

Meditation opens up the mind to natural positive energy that boosts self-esteem and enhances creativity. There is also indescribable natural joy, which comes with meditating. It takes you beyond the constant clamor of thoughts, and it unlocks your immortal inner self, which brings satisfaction.
The most vital thing is to relax during the sessions to get the full experience. Do not try so hard, simply focus on letting go the stress and tension. The rule of rumination is that the more relaxed you are, the deeper the meditation will be.

 

When you submit yourself to the stillness of the moment, inner peace will fill your mind. Learn to let go, and something special will happen to your soul and spirit, and that is Peace and Joy.
Try the following exercise daily for about ten to fifteen minutes, to experience unmatched peace and joy. With time, once you are comfortable you can gradually increase the time to thirty minutes or longer.
Relaxing stage

Find a quiet place and sit in a comfortable position. Sit up and try to relax. Take deep breaths and allow tension and stress to slip away. This should be a sacred and quiet time for you to reconnect with your inner being and the abundance of nature’s energy. The more peaceful you become during this stage, the more source of energy you get.

Peace out stage

After you begin to feel tension and stress slipping away, think of peace. Breathe out and in repeatedly and think of things that calm you. You will realize that positive energy is replacing negative forces in your thoughts.

Concentration stage

Your mind will start to experience many random thoughts, ensure you are not caught up in them. At the same time, do not try too hard to ignore them; just replace the thoughts with a feeling of peace.

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