Sheila Murray > Meditation
What is Meditation?
Meditation is a tool for rediscovering the body's own inner intelligence. Practiced for thousands of years, it's not about forcing the mind to be quiet, it's finding the silence that's already there and making it a part of your life.
Silence is the birthplace of happiness, creativity and infinite possibilities. From this field of pure potentiality we get our bursts of inspiration, our most intuitive thoughts, and our deepest sense of connection to the Universe. Practicing meditation on a daily basis allows you to weave silence and stillness into your mind and body to create a life of greater compassion and fulfillment. Meditation is a journey to the centre of our very being; a journey to emotional freedom; and a journey to the reawakening of our unconditional self.
What are the benefits of meditation?
Practicing Primordial Sound Meditation on a daily basis can help you to:
What is Primordial Sound Meditation?
Primordial Sound Meditation is a meditation technique originating in the ancient wisdom of India. Primordial Sounds - the basic, most essential sounds of nature are used to disconnect us from the activity of life. These individually selected sounds, knows as mantras, are based on the vibration the Universe was making at the moment of your birth.
Once your Primordial Sound mantra has been determined, we will teach you how to use it on a daily basis to reawaken balance, tranquility and compassion within.
How will Primordial Sound Meditation affect my health?
Nowadays doctors are increasingly citing stress as a major contributing factor to most illnesses. Even though meditation should not be considered a cure by itself, research has shown that it to be beneficial for a wide range of health problems. As stress is greatly eliminated through Primordial Sound Meditation, our minds and bodies begin to function with maximum effectiveness, creating health, vitality and happiness.
How do I get started?
To take your next step toward developing Primordial Sound Meditation practice, please call Sheila Murray on 07799 437174
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