This is the first article in The Energy Tree series and includes an introductory offer.
What is Beditation?
Beditation is the practice of meditating while lying down in bed. This practice can be done as you start your day or as a way to unwind before sleep. It can be any number of meditation practices that gain focus, reduce stress, create relaxation or improve rest and sleep.
How I Enhance My Energy With Beditation
Beditation benefits our energy in many ways.
I have sets of meditative practices that I use at various times in a night. Before bed, I will meditate if I find it difficult to fall asleep immediately. I have other techniques if I wake up at night and don't fall back to sleep. In the morning, if I wake up early or don't need to get up right away, again, I will meditate. These routines form a notable part of my personal meditation practice.
Understanding Beditation: A Simple Approach to Wellbeing
In the hectic pace of modern life, finding time to meditate can be challenging. Beditation is a straightforward solution. Here is a list of some key benefits.
Some Benefits of Beditation
Ease of Practice: Being comfortable can make it easier to meditate.
Improved Sleep: Engaging in beditation before sleep can help calm the mind and improve sleep quality.
A Better Start to the Day: A morning beditation sets a calm and focused tone for the rest of the day.
Stress Reduction: Regular practice can be an effective tool for reducing daily stress levels.
Enhanced Focus: With time, you may notice improved concentration and focus throughout the day.
Do You Want To Learn More?
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About The Energy Tree Series
The "Energy Tree" is a conceptual training aid that I have created. It's designed to show how the mindfulness and meditation practices I teach support us in our hectic modern lives.
I will work through the elements of the energy tree in the next few weeks on The Meditation Course and at the drop-in meditation classes. You can then explore how to use this knowledge to cultivate a richer and more grounded life.
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