Sit in peace for health
Do you know what the most sought after fitness method is now?
YOGA, jogging, Latin dance, or aerobics?
No, it’s meditation!
That’s right, sit down cross-legged, or sit on a chair with your legs hanging down naturally.
This “meditation fever” has swept the United States, Britain and other countries and regions. Hillary, Gore, NBA Lakers coach Jackson, etc. are all meditation fans.
Although your fitness card is difficult to use for several times until it expires, you have always believed that life is exercise. Of course, this is true and quite correct.
However, in addition to sweating and the acceleration of your heartbeat, sometimes sitting quietly is also a very healthy exercise.
In the United States, meditation has become a very fashionable lifestyle. Whether it is government agencies, companies, schools, airports, and prisons, “meditation rooms” have been set up.
It is said that violence in some schools has been severely reduced due to the promotion of meditation.
Hospitals have also begun offering meditation sessions to help patients ease pain.
In the United Kingdom, the charm of meditation also makes many people unable to refuse. Everyone has opened up a world at home and just sit every day.
They believe that while exercising, they can make their concentration more concentrated and their minds more peaceful.
Sit back, get health in tranquility. We are all working in the workplace, Dura La, every day there are alarm clocks, in meetings, emails, and PPT.
Back pain, nervous anxiety, dull complexion, and dark circles that can not be covered with even thick foundation . all become our close comrades-in-arms.
Through meditation, both immunity can be improved, anxiety can be relieved, and the purpose of skin beauty can be achieved.
If you don’t have time to spend 1 hour in the gym every day, then at least 10?
In 20 minutes, practice meditation!