Have you discovered the secret to recovering from your addiction yet? Are you in touch with your inner self, the real YOU? Are you free from the conflicts that can keep you from being your best self? If you feel there could be a better alignment between your current state of being and your full potential, meditation could be the answer you’re looking for. Today’s world of drug addiction is a stressful place, there’s just no getting around it.
Is the “addiction” level in your life higher now than it ever has been? Sometimes it’s hard to see, but addiction can have a big effect on the amount of stress you experience, each and every day. I’m sure you’re familiar with some of the research showing how much addiction weakens your immune system and worse, how likely it is to put you at a greater risk for disease. For example, addiction due to the stress has received a lot of attention lately and this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the effects addiction can have on your health. ADHD, anxiety, high blood pressure, HEART FAILURE, insomnia, obesity, stroke, depression and cardiovascular disease are just some of the many dangers that addiction can carry with it.
I have one word for you as a cure to addiction as well as the most rewarding life practice that you could possibly adopt for living a life that you would design for yourself: MEDITATION. Meditation of course has been here for centuries and in more modern times has been scientifically proven to guide people into better lives. I’m talking about improving every aspect of well being from living more healthily to becoming more financially independent. There is literally nothing that can’t be improved with the proper meditation for your specific focus.
Research shows that a daily practice of meditation can reduce stress. It can stop fearful and negative thoughts and has been shown to help people deal with the ups and downs of life. Unlike the pills that claim results of reducing stress, meditation has no side effects and adds so much more to your life. Meditation is completely healthful and can be done from the comfort of your easy chair.
Experts agree that beginning meditation can be frustrating because of the inevitable and numerous thoughts that continually pop up in your mind. They also agree that guided meditation is absolutely the best way to begin this life enhancing practice.
The results that you can expect, are that instead of wondering if you’re doing it right, or could be doing it better, you simply listen to recorded guided meditations from experts and let the meditation work for you, rather than you working at the meditation. You will benefit immediately from the expert’s years of practice, study and experience with guided meditation. On top of that, you can find guided meditation programs that are designed to achieve specific results. Now you can meditate with a purpose and know that you’re not wasting any valuable time.
At this point in the beginning, it’s important that you decide which meditation is best for you. It really comes down to what you are looking for in a meditation program. You could learn to practice the traditional discipline by studying and engaging in the mental exercises, or would you rather sit back and listen to a recording of meditation that brings you instant, deep comforting and enlightening meditation?
Both are very rewarding experiences however, today most people opt for the guided meditation to reduce the learning curve and to direct their meditation time towards resolving their specific needs at the time. The best place to start practicing guided meditation is in an addiction recovery program. Contact our helpful intake coordinators at Intervention Drug Rehab Association today.