Why Not Take 30 mins Time Out? The Art & Science of Relaxation.
Universal Energy Arts Meditations are Time Out from the daily demands of life and from our habits and patterns that keep us bound in our actions and thoughts. Time Out helps us realign with our vision of who we are and what’s important to us. It supports us in living a life that is in harmony with our Higher Self. Meditation brings deep awareness, relaxation and helps with stress management. Meditation harmonizes the deep unconscious and awakens inner potential. Make contact with your True Nature, your Divine Strength, Vitality, Peace, Love, Inspiration, Vision, Wisdom and Divine Will.
In Yoga Nidra, Conscious Relaxation or guided Meditation we can reach a state of relaxation by turning inwards, away from other experiences and stimulus from the world. If our consciousness can be separated from external awareness, and also from sleep, it becomes very powerful. We can achieve this state and use it to develop our memory, increase knowledge and creativity or to transform our nature.
Divine Nature Meditation/Yoga Nidra. Getting Back to Nature. Mindfulness is the capacity to be present. This becomes easier when we bring a contemplative attitude to being outdoors
Time Out from the daily demands of life and from our habits and patterns that keep us bound in our actions and thoughts. Time Out helps us realign with our vision of who we are and what’s important to us. It supports us in living a life that is in harmony with our Higher Self.
The Art & Science of Relaxation. Deep Awareness. Deep Relaxation, Stress Management, Harmonize the Deep Unconscious, Awaken Inner Potential, Withdraw the Senses, Make Contact with your True Nature, Divine Strength, Divine Vitality, Divine Peace, Divine Love, Divine Inspiration, Divine Wisdom and Divine Will.
Time Out helps us realign with our vision of who we are and what’s important to us.
It supports us in living a life that is in harmony with our Higher Self.
Benefits of Time Out
There is a well-known saying in the world of neuropsychology that says, “the neurons that fire together, wire together.” This is the power of our attention and focus. Our attention is firing neurons.
When we put our attention over and over again on something, we are creating links in our brain and nervous system. This is how habits are formed and how habit can be broken. It is also why we get a real spiritual boost from concentrated time focused on the Divine. It is also why a daily spiritual practice is so important. It reinforces the neural-links.
We are literally wiring our brains for the Sacred. Then, when we go back to our daily routine, we have the benefit of that wiring to help carry us through.
Calms the Mind
When the mind is calmer we feel more peace. By taking time out, somehow, issues resolve or simply are no longer important. Time out is critical for stimulating new ideas and creativity. An open relaxed mind is more receptive to inspiration and spontaneity. A busy, overwhelmed mind has a tendency for tunnel vision and can make us feel trapped or stressed.
Relaxes the Body
When we give ourselves a break from, our work responsibilities, our relationship duties, our social media compulsions and other things that keep us in alert mode, our fight-flight-freeze (FFF) system starts to calm down. Our internal alarm stops going off and the chemicals in our bodies settle down. This restores balance to our brain and our body. It feels like peace or calm or more ease or spaciousness.
Clears the Heart
A natural outcome of a calm mind and relaxed body is an open heart. Simply allowing our heart to be open, allows our accumulated sorrows and pain to clear. The slowing down of time out gives us the chance to feel our heart, just as it is. Peace and calm allow our bodies to go through the essential process of restoration. When our peace and calm neural connections are made strong by regular experiences of peace and calm, then it becomes easier the next time to access that experience again.
Which comes first, the calm mind, the relaxed body or the clear heart? There is no particular order. Each are interrelated and everyone is different. Someone may have a heart opening experience on retreat, which affects the mind and body. Another may have a deep relaxation of the body, which opens the heart and calms the mind. Someone else might get an insight that creates a deep relaxation and open heart.
Whatever way it happens, it is a gift. Time out is a gift—one we often don’t feel like we have the time for. Or maybe we don’t think we deserve it, or that we can’t afford it, or it is not a good use of time. Yet, retreating is one of the most productive, life-enhancing things we can do with benefits that ripple through us and into our lives, our work and our relationships.
Benefits of Meditation
I promise – once you learn how to meditate and make it a daily habit, you will experience the benefits for yourself. You will wonder how you ever existed without your daily ritual of meditation
Take comfort in silence
Meditation really works. Around 80% of doctor’s visits are due to stress-related problems. Meditation has been found to reduce stress, boost immunity, improve sleep and increases happiness. People who meditate are generally less anxious when confronted with challenges.
Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, a retreat with the Universal Energy Arts Academy will:
TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE FOREVER, INCREASE YOUR HAPPINESS FACTOR AND BE MORE ALIVE!