This book was partly inspired by an event that our volunteer team organized for the elderly, and we called it Respect Elderly Day. The day before the event, I was helping to move chairs and other heavy stuff. However, I was not used to exerting so much energy and I began feeling excruciating pains. On the day, after being on my feet for roughly two hours into the event, I could feel the tingling pain in my back from yesterday. I was almost at my wit’s end and the event was scheduled to last for eight hours, which meant another six hours of standing. After ensuring that everyone was served, I eventually snuck out to find a place to meditate until it was time to resume my duty. To my surprise, I felt so fresh and rejuvenated after meditating and I was able to carry out my duty properly.
Aside from its calming effect, meditation is a great way to connect with your soul and promote healthy living by reducing stress-related conditions. Most people find that they do not have the self-discipline to exercise regularly, and this is the main reason why they have not attained the level of wellness that they seek.
There are several forms of meditation such as tai chi and yoga, which involve a significant amount of movement that produces relative physiological effects when compared to simple mental exercises. Meditation can boost overall health in several ways and there is much to gain by adding it to your routine. With that said… Let’s get started, NAMASTE!
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