During meditation, our minds become quiet allowing our bodies to gain the deep rest necessary to release stress and fatigue. In meditation, we reconnect with our essence. This connection extends into our daily lives and can result in improved health, more fulfilling relationships, enthusiasm for life and increased creativity.
Today, doctors are increasingly citing stress as a major factor in such illnesses as depression, anxiety, high blood pressure, cardiac pain, insomnia, diabetes, ulcers, cold, fever, asthma, arthritis and alcoholism.
One such expert is Dr. Black, Chair of the Department of Neurosurgery for Cedars-Sinai Hospital. Angela has been working with Dr. Black on developing and leveraging the power of Primordial Sound Meditation to help patients.
Even though meditation should not be considered a cure by itself, research has shown that it contributes to reducing stress and achieving deep relaxation and a profound state of rest. By reducing stress, meditation has important benefits for a wide variety of health problems, and also allows the mind and body to function with maximum effectiveness.
Meditation is recommended for anyone who wishes to enjoy deeper peace, greater freedom and mastery of life.