Healthy Heart Meditation benefits you through slower, deeper breathing and guided instruction.
Meditation, and also biofeedback, are perfect tools to help train you to return to your natural state of balance and wholeness.
— Dean Ornish, M.D.
Healthy Heart Meditation will Increase Your Heart Rate Variability. Benefits of this include a slower and more regular heartbeat. This is a key indicator of your heart health and more variability in your heart rhythms is a good thing.
Discover the magic of Heart Coherence. This is a state of balance between your heart and mind. Physically your body is in its most powerful and efficient state. This is a state of radiant well-being.
Almost 90% of disease is caused by or complicated by stress. Reducing or managing that stress leads to a reduction in every category of disease. Reducing stress can lead to an 87% reduction in heart disease. (American College of Cardiology).
A full, rhythmic breath is used in heart meditation. This increases lung function, raises the oxygen level of the blood, improves circulation and reduces fatigue.
A slower breathing rate is a key technique in how to lower blood pressure.
What is arrhythmia and why is heart rhythm practice the best way to eliminate it?
Simply slowing your breathing rate can significantly reduce stress and anxiety.
Prevent or Reverse Heart Disease
20 minutes of meditation can leave you feeling as though you’ve had a refreshing nap. Worries slip away. Mood improves. A feeling of calm and gratitude appear.
Meditation is an important component of Dr. Dean Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease.
Dr. Ornish is also involved in the Biofeedback Game, called Relaxing Rhythms. This is state of the art adventure gaming and bio-feedback that brings together leading doctors Deepak Chopra, Dean Ornish and Andrew Weil.
In addition, research suggests regular meditation practice can help ADD/ADHD. Read the article from HeartMath Research which describes a possible link between ADD/ADHD and the role emotions play.
A recent Alzheimers prevention study showed that meditation improved cognition in people with memory loss. It also increased brain activity in areas central to memory.
Meditation can help with the pain of fibromyalgia, hot flashes, irritable bower syndrome, and PMS.
Meditation has been shown to improve mood and reduce symptoms of stress in cancer patients.
We all have stress and meditation practices are one of the most effective ways to manage or even eliminate stress from our lives.
Meditation benefits you by taking you to a state of deep peace and relaxation.
If you practice meditation you will feel healthier, have more energy and feel better emotionally. You will also look better! Your skin will look smoother after meditating, from the increased oxygen and blood flow you will create.
Meditating before bed is comforting and relaxing. It helps sort out the concerns of the day so that you can relax and sleep.
You may have anxiety and meditation can definitely mellow you out and take you to the still waters beneath the surface of your mind.
Focusing on your heart in meditation will actually quiet your mind. You will remove your attention from anxious thoughts and mental chatter and focus instead of feelings of appreciation and the gratitude of your own heart.
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Why Meditate on Your Heart?
Heart meditation impacts the most important organ in your body.. your heart.
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Heart Meditation Tips
My best tips and techniques for connecting your heart with your mind and learning to harvest the energy of your heart.
Including some interesting videos and doctors recommendations about holistic practices for disease prevention.