Meditation and Mindfulness Benefits 

Helps to develop awareness and resilience, so that we can cope better with adversity 
Helps you to see things more clearly and identify those activities that nourish you and those that deplete you 
Helps you to take better care of yourself every day 
Helps you to relax mentally and be happier 
Helps to ‘de-clutter' the mind 
Helps you to control your thoughts 
Reduces feelings of depression, anxiety, anger and confusion 
Decreases stress, negative thinking and dysfunctional beliefs 

 Additional Health Benefits 

Additional physical health benefits 
Helps to relax the body and reduce muscle tension 
Reduces pain and enhances the body’s immune system 
Increases blood flow and slows down the heart rate 
Increases energy 
Reduces the risk of heart disease and strokes 
Reduces blood pressure 
Decreases inflammatory disorders 
Helps prevent asthma and rheumatoid arthritis 
Reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease 

 Other Benefits 

Can be a tool to help improve relationships 
Can boost your IQ 
Achieves better mental and physical health naturally, without the need for medication, for the long-term (‘meditate, don’t medicate!’) 
Positively impacts the structure and functions of the brain and nervous system 
Boosts general health, wellbeing and vitality 
Provides a sense of calm, peace and balance 
Increases concentration (learning ability, memory) and improves your focus, attention and recall speed 
Promotes youth and longevity, so delaying the aging process 
Fosters creativity and problem-solving/practical intelligence 
Improves your performance in practically any task, physical or mental 
Helps you to be more ‘present’, compassionate and empathetic 
Helps you change negative thinking, habits and past suffering (which has often been deeply wired into our brains) 

 Science confirms that practicing meditation and mindfulness regularly will keep you healthy, help prevent multiple diseases, and make you happier.  With time and practice, people truly become calmer, have a greater capacity for empathy, and find they tend to respond in a more balanced way to challenges, people or events in their lives.  

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