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Meditation

With over 20 million practitioners in the United States, meditation is one of the most popular complementary therapies. We offer meditation classes designed to help recovering addicts find balance, spiritual awareness, and relaxation.

Meditation is the practice of introspection through “mental activities” that guide us away from negative external influences. By replacing negative thoughts with positive thoughts, you can reduce cravings, increase your mental clarity for better decision making and improve your overall wellbeing.

People have been practicing meditation for thousands of years. Originally, meditation was used for religious or spiritual reasons. Today, practitioners mainly use meditation for health and relaxation.

For additional information about our meditation classes, call us now at (844) 211-7944. You can speak to an admissions counselor 24 hours a day, 7 days week.

Benefits of Meditation

Through meditation, a person learns how to become mindful of their thoughts, feelings and sensations. Meditation can give an individual a sense of calm, peace and psychological balance.

Research suggests that meditation can be beneficial when treating a variety of health conditions including:

  • Drug addiction
  • Alcoholism
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depression
  • Sleep issues
  • Allergies
  • High blood pressure
  • Pain
  • Heart disease

Meditation is a complementary therapy and it should be used in combination with conventional medicine.

Elements of Meditation

Meditation can be described as a “mini vacation” from the noise and chaos of the outside world. There are many forms of meditation that help people gain a better sense of self, improve the quality of their lives, relieve stress, and gain inner peace.

While there are many forms of meditation, most meditation types have the following features:

  • Quiet location. Usually, meditation is practiced in quiet setting that has few distractions.
  • Focused attention. A focus of attention is one of the most important elements of meditation. This will allow a person to focus on a mantra, image, object or your breathing.
  • A specific posture. Meditation can be practiced sitting, lying down, walking or standing. It is essential for the practitioner to be comfortable in whatever position that they are meditating in.
  • Relaxed breathing. By using a deep, even-paced breathing technique it allows you to breathe more efficiently.

We offer patients opportunities to learn and practice many forms of meditation.

Find Tranquility with Meditation

You do not have to spend a great deal of time meditating to reap the benefits of this ancient healing practice. Our instructors will teach you how to fit meditation into your busy schedule. This mind-body practice can restore calmness and peace in your life.

Call us now at (844) 211-7944 and find out how meditation can help you during recovery. Also, you can confidentially chat with us online. Contact us day or night. We are available 24/7.

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