Meditation will help you achieve your dreams. Here’s one reason

What has to happen for you to achieve your dreams? CHANGE, yes I am screaming. Do me a favor, find a time today to sit down and picture yourself as the person you want to be. Picture yourself as if you have achieved your dream in as much detail as you can. Now, write down the things that are different between you now and the achieved dream you. All the things you just wrote down have to change in the physical world! That means you have to change them, you have to change.

This is where meditation can help. I am not just saying that, there are volumes of scientific research to back up that claim.

For now lets talk about how meditation can help you bring on the change you need. Change is stressful for anybody. Meditation, practiced for as little as ten minuets a day, can make long term changes in your brain that will help you deal with stress. I need to say that again, meditation can bring on long term changes in your brain that help you deal with stress! Don’t believe me? Here is an interview with Sara Lazar a Neuroscientist at the Harvard Medical School, the article has links to her research if you want to take a deeper look.

That’s it for now. Of course meditation has many more benefits but stress management is enough to invest ten minuets a day.

Again, it goes like this. If you want to achieve something you have not yet achieved you will have to change. Change is stressful, even if it is fun it is still stressful. Mediation will help you manage that stress.

If you are new to meditation and looking for a place to start here is a beginners guide.

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5 thoughts on “Meditation will help you achieve your dreams. Here’s one reason

  1. I have a trick that I have developed to de-stress.
    What I do is set aside a minimum of 15 minutes each day where I lock myself into a secluded space (Office, Bedroom, Basement, Attic) and have no communication with the outside world during the entire time. (Everyone has been instructed not to disturb me during “My Time” and I use “My Time” to meditate, to play mini-golf on the carpet, to read, to write, to take a nap, to listen to music … to do whatever I want to do .. no restrictions. This daily mini-vacation helps a lot and I think everyone ought to think about taking one for themselves.

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