Why am I meditating?
There are many reasons to meditate. In a world in which information and impressions are constantly falling upon us, peace and quiet and no distraction have become a real luxury.
There are two beautiful quotations from Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician, physicist, man of letters and philosopher who lived in the 17th century. (https: //www.google.ch/search? q = Blaise ...)
"All disaster in this world is based on the fact that people cannot sit still in their chambers."
"The present is the only time that really belongs to us."
With meditation you take possession of your presence again!
In the meantime, mediation has been very well researched and that makes it possible for even the most incredulous to doubt that it will help with many complaints. Widespread disease stress and burnout:
Studies show that after 8 weeks of meditation for 30 minutes a day, a significant decrease in stress symptoms can be seen.
- high blood pressure
- Heart disease
- Back pain