What We’re Talking About In This Episode!
- 3 ways to manage anxiety so it doesn’t manage you
- The difference between mindfulness and meditation
- Learn what the Ziva technique is all about
- How meditation can cure insomnia, reduce anxiety and help you enjoy your life more
Unless you have been living under a rock, you probably know about the many benefits of meditation. However, many of us don’t meditate because we don’t understand it, are frustrated or confused by it, or believe that we don’t have the time. Today, Emily Fletcher is going to show us how to easily integrate a meditation practice into our lives!
Emily is the founder of Ziva Meditation. Emily decided to take her meditation training virtual to be able to reach people all around the world and help them realize the life-changing benefits of meditation. Ziva meditation has been featured by amazing companies such as the New York Times, Vogue and Harvard Business School.
We all know that stress wreaks havoc on both our minds and bodies, throwing your body into fight or flight mode which keeps your body agitated and retaining toxic stress levels. Stress wastes your energy, causes fatigue and greatly limits your productivity. By using meditation to get back to your center, you can tap into the very source of creativity and energy within you so that you have more energy to give to your work and your family.
Meditation can help reverse your body age, cure insomnia, eradicate anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD, IBS, and more. The list is virtually limitless because the list of ailments that come from stress are also limitless. It time for us to take back control of our bodies from stress and meditation is the key to having fewer distractions, less stress, and more of getting stuff done.
If you have never considered meditation before, or are struggling with insomnia or anxiety, let Emily show you why it may be the path to your most productive, happiest and healthiest life yet.
What does your current meditation practice look like? If you don’t have one, what’s kept you from starting? Let us know in the comments below!
“Harvard researchers estimate that 80% of doctors’ visits are caused by stress. Meditation is the single most powerful stress relieving tool available by natural means.” (2:05)
“We meditate to get good at life, not to get good at meditation.” (6:42)
“I want to encourage people to understand that meditation really is like any other skill, it takes a bit of training.” (10:04)
“The style of meditation we teach at Ziva is really designed for busy people with busy minds and is designed to be integrated into your busy life so you don’t have to shut everything down” (14:31)