Meditation is an adventure of self-discovery.
Work in groups when possible, as group energy can multiply the energy of an individual many times over. Remember that meditation is an escape to reality, not an escape from reality. The best attitude towards meditation is to be very patient, as the mind does not always focus. By practicing meditation regularly, you will gain a wonderful sense of self. Its a self-healing process; any form of stress is a sign of our negative thinking and
disease within our mind. If we don(TM)t attend to disease in the mind we may find that chronic stress can lead to disease of the body. Statistics show that people who practice meditation have shown
marked improvements in their mental and physical health. Clinical studies have also shown that meditation helps lower blood pressure, reduces anxiety, and cures insomnia. It is because of these findings that more and more doctors are recognizing the therapeutic benefits of meditation and are suggesting that their patients learn meditation. Nothing can better explain the purpose and origin of meditation than it is an act of self-discovery and awareness. It brings forth not only knowledge of one(TM)s self but of the nature of the world we live in.