Here at EBOOST, we are all about boosting ourselves to the next level, with healthy natural energy. EBOOST is for people who live to do more every day—who thrive on the go and always have a new goal on the horizon. So to some when the mentioning of meditation is in the same space as the word EBOOST, it may seem a bit out of place.
Well, we are all about balancing all the riches in life and doing more every day. Without meditation or what some like to just call relaxing and rejuvenating one’s self, we wouldn’t be able to efficiently ‘take it to the next level’. Sure there is a certain vibe and ambiance that comes with the word meditation but did you know there are three different ways to meditate? I think you probably only really think of the one kind, but there really is a kind of meditation for us all.
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If you’ve ever been to a yoga class that included some meditation, it was probably transcendental. Also known as Vedic meditation, it has its roots in Ancient India. When you do it with a teacher, they will prescribe you with a mantra (often “om” or “shanti”), which you repeat over and over in your mind throughout the session to keep your mind focused.
Whether it’s from an app, YouTube video or in person at a class, guided meditation involves listening to a teacher guide you through a visualization. Often, they will guide your attention through your body or on a fictional journey through a beautiful setting. This is a great option for beginners who find it particularly difficult to ‘switch off.’
Meditation doesn’t necessarily have to involve sitting cross-legged on the floor with your eyes closed. Walking is a great way to practice mindfulness and increase your inner zen — especially if you do it somewhere picturesque! But instead of popping on your headphones or thinking about what you’re going to make for dinner, pick one thing to focus on — like the movement of your arms swinging.
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