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We're on the go all the time so how often do you get to just be lectured.
The practice that we're going to learn this morning is called the practice of tranquility.
Meditation has been around for 2500 years.
I mean these stressful times he might just be what you need to stress.
The -- -- -- -- they focus.
A more relaxed I don't worry so much and other things and realize I'm more optimistic -- my whole day and that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Scientific studies have shown that.
-- regular meditation practice.
Can decrease stress.
Which enables you sleep better regulates your appetite lowers your blood pressure.
It's been shown to increase focus and memory.
Susan -- it has been meditating for fifteen years and says it has also been shown to prevent the relapse into depression.
I can get sad that things -- get angry about things but I don't freaked out as much about it.
I hit sort of -- remember like.
-- medication that stuff is gonna happen and stuff doesn't go away from time passes -- says it's important to learn and meditation practice from reputable source.
And do it for just five minutes -- -- will give you results even in your relationship.
You don't react as quickly.
So it's not that it stops you from fighting -- it doesn't but it somehow.
Allows for more space to really begin to see what's actually going on.
Some -- think meditation means you need to clear your mind completely.
The private -- says that isn't true.
You can have as many thoughts as you want wild crazy boring.
It's about coming into a different relationship with your thoughts observing them and seeing them for what they are things that rise and fall.
Instead of believing them to be the only reality areas.
It is best to meditate at home at the same time every day but you can't even do it on the bus in the morning.
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