The world today is so fast paced that it seems to leave little room for us to slow down, relax and be calm. Even when we go on holiday we take the office and work with us in our minds, thinking about the next board meeting, a dissatisfied client or a where the next deal will come from.
We think we are relaxed and calm, but there are many unseen pressures, concerns, worries and thoughts going on deep within our minds. If we don’t consciously and deliberately take time out to calm ourselves and quieten the inner noise, stress will build up and eventually affect the quality of our lives and how we deal with people around us.
It doesn’t have to be like that. The introduction to meditation will help us learn slow down and become still. It enables our mind to become focused and calm, allowing us to be able to cope with all the daily pressures of a hectic life. Continue reading