Stress Relief: Meditation? Me?

Meditation is a powerful and essential stress relief technique. It is very important that we become mindful of our state of mind to learn to control it.

Meditation was once reserved for the monks and the religious seekers. But it has now become common practice in the general public, more out of necessity to survive the daily stress of our modern life.

We have seen the havoc stress creates in our physical and mental health. To increase our stamina, our emotional fitness, we need to make time for meditation. It is an easy, natural and powerful practice. Click on the following link to see the many benefits of meditation.

There are many ways to do this. To choose one or a few of the many methods that could work for you now, click on the following link:

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/meditation/HQ01070

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About hyma

My goal is to help you live better & love better! Dr. Hyma has been working as a clinical psychologist since 1992, for over 19 years in USA. Prior to that she has worked in India and West Indies. She also does spiritual life coaching. She has trained in psychotherapeutic modalities such as Gestalt Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Guided Imagery, Hypnosis etc. She has helped patients with depression, anxiety, panic disorders, phobias and trauma; children with ADHD and other behavioral difficulties. Her primary interests are now in stress management, mindfulness practice, mind-body medicine, and energy psychology. She conducts online and in-person seminars and retreats to groups of individuals to learn these skills to master their life situations. Her CDs to help with relaxation, sleep and stress management have been very popular and helpful. She makes customized CDs for clients dealing with various emotional issues.
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