|Spring is such a beautiful time â€” the air is fresh, flowers bloom, leaves grow back, skies are clear and our homes, well, that is where we begin our Spring Cleaning! It is the time we put away our heavy winter clothing, reducing the load in our wardrobes; we declutter our drawers and cabinets, ridding ourselves of all that is unnecessary.
While getting rid of all this physical clutter is easy, some types of clutter are carried along with us everywhere we go. Issues such as stress, emotional disturbances, negative thoughts, anger, grudges and other intangible â€œclutterâ€ are sneakily causing us harm and more often than not, they remain unnoticed. So how can we rid ourselves of all this mental and emotional baggage? One word can give you the answer: Meditation! What is meditation? Many think of it as being in some kind of non-responsive trance. While that may be true for some, it definitely is not for most people and certainly not for those who are just beginning their journey of meditation.
Meditation is actually a way of cleansing and renewing or recharging oneself. When we meditate, we are subconsciously removing the negativity that lurks within us. In fact, meditation involves the cleansing and strengthening of the aura. What is the aura? The aura is an energy-field that penetrates into and surrounds the contour of the physical body, keeping it in good health, as much as possible. Any imbalances within this energy-field, if left untreated, will at some point bring about a health condition, for example, high blood pressure. Having a strong aura not only keeps us healthy but also keeps our emotions balanced and allows us to maintain a positive frame of mind.
A strong and clean aura leads to clarity of mind, which, in turn, enables us to have better control over our thoughts and emotions. Our stress levels will decrease and attitudes towards various circumstances and situations will change. Eventually, we will notice that the issues which initially seemed bothersome or frustrating, will no longer affect us as much or even at all. Through this cleanse, our energies are renewed and recharged, ready to be channeled towards a more productive goal. With regular meditation, we develop an understanding that certain matters are frivolous and spending any amount of energy on them is an actual waste of time and effort. When we have clarity of mind, we have clearer focus. With a clear focus, we become more effective in prioritising and determining where to place our efforts. We need the drive to push us to achieve our goals. That drive comes from this renewed energy. We all have a variety of ideas and goals but many of us lack the drive to achieve them, possibly because we ponder on the â€œwhat-ifsâ€ or lack the confidence to take the next step. Bear in mind, the key is, â€œregular meditation,â€ so this is not something that can be achieved overnight. It requires dedication, commitment and discipline. Just as Rome was not built in a day, similarly our aura cannot be perfected in one meditation. The good thing is, it is never too late to start. In fact, we have a place we can go to, to learn more about meditation and how it can help. The GMCKS Pranic Healing Centre is open throughout the week and runs weekly meditation sessions. It also holds regular full-moon meditations, which are open to all persons over 18 years of age.
The GMCKS Pranic Healing Centre - Lagos
Flat 1, Ground Floor, Ayinde House, Akanbi Court
2 Oju Olobun Close, Victoria Island, Lagos
t: 08050299834, 08050299830 (Whatsapp available) firstname.lastname@example.org
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