Meditation That Moves (You Forward)

 

Cultivate Inner Ease to Move Forward and Thrive

Meditation can penetrate the subconscious and dissolve underlying emotions that hold us back. In fact, researchers at Harvard found that mindfulness meditation can actually change the structure of the brain. This fairly new science is what inspired us to create meditation-based solutions for anxiety and depression.

When we master our emotions, we can move forward and thrive.

Modern Living and Mental Health

Your standard lifestyle in modern times is making our society sick, mentally and physically. Chronic stress plays a significant role in mental health; it can also create or accelerate physical disease. To make matters worse, emotionally driven “self-medicating” (via alcohol, pills, junk food, etc.) makes the problem 10x worse.

It All Starts With the Mind

Meditation is an ancient “mind medicine” that promotes a healthier, more resilient, slower-paced lifestyle when used in concert with mindful living.

Some fear that if they slow down, that they’ll lose their competitive edge. However, activity and productivity are not the same. In our coffee culture, it’s easy to confuse being caffeinated with being energized.

When we meditate, we cultivate an energetic calm that significantly improves productivity.

Do You Feel Stuck?

Or notice undesirable patterns and reoccurring events in your life?

Unfortunately, this is more and more common, and it’s rooted in societal conditioning, parental upbringing, and past trauma. Because this plays out in the subconscious, sometimes we need powerful tools of awareness to drill underneath the surface.

Depression. Anxiety. Anger. Loneliness. Addiction.

Meditation can help breakthrough destructive patterns and upgrade the emotions that are holding you back. No matter what type of mental health issues you may be dealing with, you’re not alone. Statistically, you or someone you love is “going through it” right now as we speak.

The good news is that we are starting to see people speak out and talk about mental health more openly. This is leading to more people seeking help and support. Meditation That Moves strives to be one of those places of refuge.

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