Meditative Practices, 10 Reasons Why You Should have one.

Stress Less: In this day and age, stress is one of the number one complaints that people have. But stress is not just a daily annoyance; it is a real problem that can have serious—even deadly—consequences on your health. You may have heard the expression “Stress Kills,” and it is an unfortunate truth. Stress hormones take a tremendous toll on your body. Luckily mindfulness has been scientifically proven to reduce stress and increase mental and physical health.

Improve Mental Focus: Does it ever feel like you just can’t turn off your brain? We all have mental chatter that can distract us when we need to focus on work, school, or other important activities. Meditative practices are specially designed to train your mind to focus when you need it to, which will help you to direct your train of thought in the right direction.

Connect With Your Loved Ones: It might seem counterintuitive that internal practices of mindfulness and self-awareness could help you to connect to someone outside of yourself, but they can do just that because they allow you to get in touch with yourself through mental focus and attention. This translates into interpersonal relationships, and over time, you will find that it will become easier give your loved ones your full, undivided attention.

Reduce Pain: Pain is something that we all have to deal with from time to time. But dealing with chronic mental or physical pain can leave you exhausted on all levels—mentally, physically, and emotionally. Mindfulness can enable you to change your relationship to the pain you are experiencing and free up mental energy for the life you want to lead.

Sleep Better: Getting the sleep your body needs can improve your mental and physical health. Inadequate sleep leaves you in a state of constant fatigue, and insomnia can exacerbate this problem, creating a vicious cycle that can be hard to escape. Meditative practices can be a solution, as they give you the tools you need to get restful, restorative sleep each and every night. These techniques can also help you fight insomnia so that you can fall asleep quickly and break the cycle of exhaustion.

Lose Weight: It may sound too good to be true, but let me explain. Meditation can actually help you to lose weight and keep it off. This is because, as previously discussed, meditative practices reduce stress and improve sleep, and both stress and fatigue can cause weight gain and difficulty controlling appetite. In addition, mindfulness and visualizations can empower you to finally reach your ideal weight and increase your physical stamina.

Achieve Your Goals: Weight loss isn’t the only goal that meditation can assist you in attaining. Whether your goals are personal or professional, visualization is a powerful tool that can increase your motivation and drive to succeed. When you have this mental toolbox in place, you will find that you have a nearly unlimited capacity for success, as your daily practice consistently renews your motivation to achieve.

Increase Self-Confidence: Have you ever watched someone who conducted themselves with such poise that they could gain the attention of everyone in the room with only their self. Meditation can actually work to help you begin to be perceived as confident and in control. Your newfound mental composure can enable you to be assertive, make new connections with ease, and feel good about the decisions you make.

Be Inspired: It’s no secret that our innate creativity is often blocked from within our own minds. For example, for a writer, this can take the form of what’s commonly known as writer’s block. In fact, nearly everyone has experienced this frustrating lack of inspiration. Mindfulness is a great way to remove our own mental blockages and tap into the creativity naturally flowing within us in order to achieve great things, whether in science, art, or another field.

Find Peace: Along with the mental clarity you gain from your mindfulness practice, you will find that you attain a state of inner peace and calm. You will gain perspective about what is most important to you, and gratitude will begin to flow through your life as you recognize the incredible opportunities you do have, in spite of any setbacks. Mindfulness brings your awareness to the richness of everything that life has to offer.

Laura Zukerman

The Goddess Bibles

A Memoir By LZ

Reality, Can you Grasp It, for real?

The term “reality” comes from the Latin word “res”, which means fact
or thing. It also pertains to the actual existence. Ultimate reality, on
the other hand, refers to those things that exist at its deepest. Your
knowledge about reality may be largely incomplete, conscious or
unconscious or highly systematic. It is structured and controls your
life.


Your understanding of reality works as a filter and monitor incoming
sensory signals. It also undergirds what you do with your life, what
you believe in, what you think and feel and much more.
Why Do You Need to Understand Reality?


An accurate understanding of reality is vital to human being. It helps
you reconcile the diverse and conflicting claims of the secular world,
modern science and religious faith. It also integrates multiple
dimensions of your life, faith, thought and systematic framework that
will offer you with everlasting strength.


If you understand reality, you can make better choices because you
are familiar with what is real and not. You can also take away
misconceptions and false beliefs which could lead to pain,
disappointment and anxiety. Your knowledge about reality can also
provide you with a great and deep satisfaction. It will also help you
understand other people even more, thus making you more mature.

Laura Zukerman

The Goddess Bibles

A Memoir By LZ

The Perfect Imperfections

To see the world and ourselves as the perfect expression of our true nature, is to see the imperfect perfectly. The mind feels it must be worthy, and we must be fully awaken before we can see the truths about what is within us.

When we simply stop trying to arrive somewhere , other then where we are, we can sense the truth of our being right now. We can appreciate the beauty of this very moment as it is, and as it should be.

Many minds strive for perfection. There is nothing wrong with the movement of the mind. However the moving mind is usually striving for this perfection because it imagines it needs perfection in order to be happy. Or even better, to be worthy of love. Have you noticed that holding onto these limiting beliefs begins to create suffering ?

When we look here right now, there is something in the depths of our own being, that sees beauty in the moment exactly as it is. The beauty of enjoying this moment for the sheer movement of life itself.

To live on planet earth, we experience a mere number of contradictory emotions. We also experience a vast amount of imperfect moments. Yet, when we see a photograph of our world from outer space , we do not see an imperfect world. Rather , it is stunningly beautiful.

When we realize the truths of who we are, many things may begin to transform within us, also around us. Not because of the mind having a project to change anything for us; but, because it is the spontaneous movement of the truth within us. When we are simply being. The touch of awakened beings , us, transforms this experience.

If we do not come to terms with our imperfections, we risk having a perpetually imperfect unsatisfied existence. Instead of staying still and experiencing the combinations of traits that we are, we can quite easily fall into the trap of being in constant motion. This would mean not knowing what we are searching for and consequently not being able to find it.

You’ve seen these types of people before, they are great at a lot of things but they are always stuck in a rut and are always so restless.

People who have acquired a lot but never seem to enjoy it because they always want the latter, something more than they already have.

Sadly, these people I’m talking about might be you and I. Who knows ? To break out of this mindset to know the real truth, we have to realize that we are not trophy cabinets , it’s not all of the materialized things that we own or have, it’s your drive and your motive that moves you. Your intuition and your instinct that guide you! You are you and that is what you begin and end with.

❤️

Laura Zukerman

Owner and Founder At The Goddess Bibles A Memoir By Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

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