Although there are many different styles of meditation, with any of them we inject far-reaching and long-lasting benefits into our lives such as, lower level of stress or pain and we’re kinder to ourselves.
It is well-known that meditation is not a cure-all, but it can certainly provide some space in your life. Sometimes, that’s all we need to make better choices for ourselves or our families. And the most important tools you need to practice meditation are a little patience and a comfortable place to do it.
At this time of uncertainty, where everybody has to stay at home seriously concerned about their family, jobs, money, even their future, it could be great to spend some time in restful meditation. Have you ever practiced it?
In this audio, from BBC Learning English, you will learn some interesting vocabulary to excel in your exams. Remember that “relax” is a recurrent topic at the language school to both, writing or speaking exam.
Source BBC Learning English.
Besides, if you want to enjoy an amazing video where Christine Wheeler show us a traditional Chinese medicine technique called Qigong, in which breathing, body postures and mental power are combined, click on the following video.