Showing posts with label Anxiety Meditation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Anxiety Meditation. Show all posts

Meditation for Anxiety


Anxiety is a fear, nervousness, or uneasiness over something that has an unknown outcome. 

When you feel restless or tense, you know you're worried. It's possible that your heart will beat faster and that your breathing will become more rapid. When people are nervous, they can quickly become exhausted and weak.

It's important to recognize and appreciate the role your thoughts play in your anxiety level. Images, memories, opinions, judgments, and reflections that float through your mind and cause anxiety are known as thoughts. 

“What are the thoughts and images in my mind that keep me feeling as nervous as I do?” you may wonder.

Meditation is beneficial to our physical and emotional wellbeing in addition to assisting us in having constructive thoughts and thinking. And we also support those around us while we help ourselves. Solo meditation may have a positive impact on a relationship in this way.

It's understandable if you're hesitant to use meditation to alleviate your anxiety. It may seem counterintuitive that a seated, quiet, and solitary practice may help you improve your social skills, reduce your anxiety, and improve your relationship skills, but research shows that it can.

You may also like to read more about Meditation, Guided Meditation, Mindfulness Mediation and Healing here.