It is becoming more widely known that a meditation practice can be helpful in curbing anxiety.
Anxiety generally comes in two forms – a fear-based resistance to some deeper feelings that are arising, and projecting past pain onto the unknown of the future.
With practice, meditation can be a powerful practice to help inhibit the life and growth of both these forms of anxiety.
One popular approach to meditation is about being fully present with whatever arises, moving with the steady stream of life as it flows. This means being aware of thought, sound, physical sensation, and whatever else you’re aware of in the moment.
Mindfulness meditation trains us to have a balanced, unattached approach to all stimuli as they arise, regardless of their source, their volume, or their comfort.
A Full Body Experience
Anxiety exists entirely in one’s head. While there are undoubtedly many physical symptoms which can and do arise in conjunction with anxiety, the source of anxiety…
This is only a snippet of a Meditation article written by David Eyerman
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