YanaDream.com to Offer Global Dial-in Meditation Classes

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YanaDream.com announced today that it will offer free dial-in meditation classes for everyone from busy professionals to those simply wanting to extract the numerous health benefits of meditation.

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Through the practice of meditation, one can expand awareness, manage stress, extract positive energy, and discover higher self.

The next dial-in meditation class will be held on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 4pm US Eastern Standard Time. Benefits of meditation will be discussed, followed by sample guided meditations. Dial-in number for US: +1 (605) 562-3130, local dial-in numbers for 50+ countries, please visit "upcoming events" at yanadream.com, Participant Access Code: 418066. It is recommended that participants dial-in with a phone with speaker capabilities, a hands free headset, or earphones so they may comfortably engage in a meditative state. For future announcements, visitors are encouraged to sign-up for updates on the website.

There are many talents that people have in realizing their full social, professional, and charitable potential. A majority of people only function at a fraction of their true capacity and neglect to regularly access the depths of their subconscious mind to discover their full talent. Through the practice of meditation, YanaDream.com aims to enable society to expand awareness, manage stress, extract positive energy, and discover the higher self.

An Introduction to Meditation

For many, meditation is a confusing and unfamiliar term. But put simply, meditation is a means that anyone can use to quiet the mind and turn inward, focusing solely on the self and on the silence between thoughts. Though it can be challenging at the beginning, with practice those who meditate become better at it and reap ever-greater benefits from it.

The practitioners do not have to be monks to meditate, nor do they have to be a part of a certain religion. They don't even need to have a lot of time to enjoy its benefits of the mind and body. In truth, meditation is accessible by everyone. Even if one never meditated before, they can learn how to meditate surprisingly easily. And if they meditate regularly, they'll notice positive shifts in their mind, body, and emotions.

Reasons to Meditate: The Benefits It Provides to Mind and Body

  •     A 2005 study published by Harvard Medical School, neuroscientist Sara Lazar showed that meditating enhances the prefrontal cortex, creating more connections between neurons and enlarging blood vessels. The prefrontal cortex processes sensory information, handles rational decisions and regulates the amygdala, the structure that feeds our fight-or-flight instinct.
  •     The greatest gift one can receive and experience is one of silence. Through meditation, one can transform your mind, develop better focus and clarity, and become more centered and calm. One may also develop more positivity in their emotions and begin to react to situations in life in more constructive ways.
  •     The gentle meditative practice puts the body into a state of restful healing that can assist the body's natural methods for maintaining balance and wellness. It also reduces stress and anxiety while re-energizing the mind. The result is a combination of peacefulness and revitalization. Even though one may feel immense serenity after meditation, they may also feel enlivened rather than tired.
  •     Meditation is a private practice and a time to focus on yourself. In today's society, it's more important than ever to take time to sit in silence and solitude and reconnect with the deeper, inner self. In turn, one can discover the true self and strongest talents.

Mahatma Gandhi said that, "In the attitude of silence, the soul finds the path in a clearer light, and what is elusive and deceptive resolves itself into crystal clearness. Our life is a long and arduous quest after Truth."

The deepest part of your self---what may be referred to as the soul---can provide one with the answers needed during challenging times. But it's only by quieting one's mind that they can unconsciously hear the voice of your soul. In listening, one can learn more about their fullest potential and how to access it. They can tap into hidden talents they weren't aware of or weren't harnessing fully so they can create a life that brings bliss, love, and peace. Ultimately, what one learns through meditation can be used to improve life.

Meditation Techniques

When one practices a particular meditation technique consistently, they'll learn the habits and patterns of the mind. In doing so, they'll be able to create positive ways of thinking and being. Simply taking 10 or 15 minutes a day to sit quietly and practice one of the many different techniques available will put one on the path towards transformation.

Every meditative state is nourishing. Even if one can't stop their thoughts and enter a state of silence, they'll still reap the benefits of the practice. Therefore, it's important not to get stressed or frustrated, especially at the beginning while learning how to meditate.

In the next class, various techniques of meditation will be discussed, such as Breathe, Mantra, and Pranayama Meditation. Focusing on the breath is an effective way to eliminate distracting thoughts and quiet the mind. Using mantras is another way to focus the mind on silence and achieving inner peace.

Regardless of what technique one uses, the goal will be to get thoughts to gradually subside so one can enjoy silence, relaxation, rejuvenation, contentment, and peace.

Getting Started on the Meditative Journey

Starting a meditation practice requires dedication and one should be patient. The mind is used to racing, so it will take some time to teach it to slow down. If it's difficult at first, rest assured that it will get easier and avoid giving up. Before one knows it, they'll be able to tap into that all-important silence and begin to transform.

The next dial-in meditation class will be held on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 4pm US Eastern Standard Time. Benefits of meditation will be discussed, followed by sample guided meditations. Dial-in number for US: +1 (605) 562-3130, local dial-in numbers for 50+ countries, please visit "upcoming events" at yanadream.com, Participant Access Code: 418066. It is recommended that participants dial-in with a phone with speaker capabilities, a hands free headset, or earphones so they may comfortably engage in a meditative state. For future announcements, visitors are encouraged to sign-up for updates on the website.

To learn more about meditation, visit YanaDream.com

All material here is provided for your information only and may not be construed as medical advice or instruction. No action or inaction should be taken based solely on the contents of this information. Readers should consult the appropriate health professionals on any matter relating to their well-being and health.

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