Curious about Meditation and what it can do for you?

Simple tips to get started:
Meditation works best with a daily practice. Keep your focus on your upper lip. Feel each breath on your upper lip as you exhale. Avoid trying to stop your thoughts. Just notice them and return your focus to your breath.

Today starts Oprah and Deepak Chopra’s 21 Day Meditation Challenge on Expanding Your Happiness. Here is the link:

Benefits of including Meditation into your daily life:
Meditation promotes a state of calmness. It’s an excellent, inexpensive way to achieve peace in your life.

The emotional benefits of meditation can include:
Acquiring skills to manage your stress
Shifting your perspective to stressful situations
Increasing self-awareness
Keeping your focus in the present moment
Reducing negative emotions

Research suggests that meditation may help people manage symptoms of conditions such as:
Anxiety disorders
Heart disease
High blood pressure
Sleep problems

With today’s hectic lifestyles, meditation is an appropriate way to manage stress and restore calmness.

Authored by: Eugenia Karahalias

Eugenia E. Karahalias is a holistic mental health therapist who incorporates the body, mind, spirit approach into her healing modalities.

“I am all about body, mind and spirit. I call myself a Lifestyle Modification Expert. My goal is to help individuals get unstuck so that they can push past their blocks to unleash their full potential. I utilize a myriad of tools to facilitate this process.”

Eugenia currently specializes in the treatment of addictions, anxiety, bereavement, depression, improving performance, pain management, PTSD, phobias, relaxation & stress management and trauma utilizing a myriad of tools from the following disciplines: Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW-R), Credentialed Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC), Certified Clinical Hypnotherapy (CCH), EMDR II Specialist (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing), Reiki Master & Magnified Healing Teacher & Practitioner Phase III. Offices located in Amityville and West Babylon, NY.

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