Life is energy in motion, continuously changing.
Learn how to co-create the process consciously!
Conscious change takes new choices, applied tools and habits.
What we do: During walks in nature, you will learn tools to become more aware of mental, emotional and physical setup. Awareness training and the tools you learn will enable you to become fully responsible and free to make conscious choices.
Free online resources: Possibility Management
About Walking Meditation: An easy to learn practice. Meditation has been proven to increase brain capacity and the ability to concentrate . Scientific research suggests that Walking not only helps maintain and improve your physical fitness but also balances stress hormones and your mental capacity. Like the benefits of regular Yoga practice , practicing Yaduma Walking Meditation is a start to a new way of life.
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Benefits of Meditation and Walking Meditation Practices
Every word you consume, every thought and emotion you replay is stored in the brain and keeps having its effect in the unconscious. Anyone who reads negative information every day or criticises and compares themselves constantly, fosters a sense of impotence and develops negative thought structures. And these negative thoughts change our transmitter chemistry in the blood and in the brain. Dopamine level drops. Stress hormone level rises.
Here comes the benefit of Meditation: New neuronal connections and dopamine levels increase. Training is even reflected in the actual morphology of the brain, according to Sara Lazar, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. The brain scan shows that a structure in the brain, which is involved in the control of anxiety (among other things) actually shrinks. You can change your brain structure and the way it works, like a muscle,”train the relaxation muscle”. At the same time, the “grey substance” grows in areas of the brain, associated with compassion or are responsible for the memory. Daily meditation and choice of information intake is crucial to shape the way your brain works.
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