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What to Expect from the Best Transcendental Meditation Course in London

transcendental-meditation-londonOne of the most popular meditating techniques practiced in the UK has to be TM. It’s downright easy and yet very beneficial. This is the very reason why Transcendental Meditation has become not just a craze but a lifestyle for many. Now for first timers, you might be wondering about what to expect should you enroll in a Transcendental Meditation course in London. It’s time to feed your curiosity as we’re here to answer that very question.

Expect peace and calm. Because TM is first and foremost a form of meditation, it allows for your body to relax and relieve itself of stressors and distractions. With this you get to achieve inner peace and quiet allowing you to travel deeper attain tranquility from the usual hustles and bustles of daily life.

Expect harmony and balance. When you reach the point of deep relaxation, your body gets in tune with all of its parts. Your mind travels and brings itself into a state of balance. Harmony is attained and with that comes peace of mind.

Expect better health. Transcendental Meditation is very popular for bringing health back into the body and improving it as it goes. It is effective in the normalization of blood pressure, the healthy attainment of proper weight management, the betterment of heart and circulatory health, the lowering of cholesterol levels and the list goes on.

Expect a happier perspective. With this technique, one is exposed to peace and harmony which gives way to acceptance and understanding not only of oneself but also of others and the environment around him or her. With this, one has a better viewpoint and perspective giving way to appreciation, contentment and a happier outlook of life in general.

Expect optimism and confidence. Transcendental Meditation is also a very powerful confidence booster. It helps reduce the levels of depression and anxiety among individuals. At the same time, it promotes a sense of optimism and positive thinking thereby minimizing the likelihood of dismal thoughts and ideas.

Expect a brain boost. The technique can also help one’s mental prowess as it is an effective means to improve brain health and function. It helps improve memory, productivity and critical thinking. As a matter of fact, it has been found to reduce the likelihood of short term memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Moreover, it improves creativity among its practitioners.

So, would you like to enroll in a Transcendental Meditation course in London? Check out www.meditation-london.com

 

What to tell Yourself as Your Near Your SELT Centre

SELT-centre-examBefore taking the test at their assigned SELT Centre, it is common for most examinees to feel anxious with their nerves all sprayed up in utter discord. There’s no need to panic. You are not alone in this dilemma. As a matter of fact, most people feel the same things that you do. But of course one should never let such anxiety to get the better of you and blow up your chances at passing the exam. So what is there to do? Listed below are things to tell yourself to get the uneasiness flushed out of your system.

  • “I can do it. I believe that I can.”

If you second doubt yourself then the anxiety beast will have more to feast on. Tell yourself that you are totally capable of acing the exam you are about to take. Remember that the mind is a very powerful thing. The simple act of telling yourself that you can has the huge potential to boost your confidence and help you with your SELTs.

  • “Breathe in. Breathe out. Repeat.”

A very common and effective way to calm down is with the help of breathing exercises. Help yourself out by telling yourself to breathe in, breathe out and repeat. It should aid in keeping your blood pressure normalized so you won’t feel your heart jump out of your chest or your hands to sweat and go cold in fright.

  • “It’s just a test. No need to panic in sheer terror.”

Exactly. Although a SELT exam is needed in most if not UK visa applications, at the end of the day it is a test. It’s no monster with sharp claws and gnashing teeth. This is no horror movie so do not fret and stay frightened.

  • “I’ve prepared and studied well. There’s nothing to be scared of.”

Study and preparation will get you places and unless you haven’t been able to do so, there is completely no reason to panic or feel anxious. So chin up buttercup and straighten those shoulders. You’ll make it.

  • “You’ve got this.”

Sometimes all we need is a mental (and literal) pat on the back. Before entering your SELT Centre or on your way to it, make a mental encouragement to yourself. You’ve got this all figured out. You can do it and there is no need to panic or feel anxious about. You’ve got this.