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Can Meditation Help With Anxiety?

Stress, anxiety, anxiousness, and sometimes, even feelings of claustrophobia are becoming more and more common. It’s hard to tell if people are just talking more openly about these things (finally!) or if we are becoming more stressed as a whole. Is there a way to use something natural like meditation for anxiety?

Our lives today are fast-paced, automated, and honestly hectic. We try to fit in as much productivity as we can all the while checking our personal devices constantly. This may be an unpopular opinion, but maybe 15 years ago people weren’t as stressed because they weren’t preoccupied continuously?

You see, we have become masters at distraction. We eat, and we scroll. Our kids play in front of us while we check our social feeds. We listen to books on tape, podcasts, lectures, what have you all while we are on the go and doing other tasks.

Don’t get me wrong all of these things are lovely and so beneficial but with so much going on in a single second, it’s easy to see how the art of distraction leads to the weighted feelings of unexplained overwhelm. This is our world, however, and it doesn’t look like it’s changing any time soon.

Your brain, your body, your emotions….they all need a break once in a while.

As an empath, I take on so much energy from those around me that I can go from Happy Sally to Overwhelmed Olivia in the snap of a finger….especially if I am hangry ha! I will begin to feel not only claustrophobic but so mentally and emotionally overwhelmed that it becomes hard to function.

This is anxiety, and it can be managed with the proper meditation.

I’ve written many articles about meditation, and it’s benefits and even how to start as a beginner. On the site, you will also find posts about meditation for busy people on the go and how to set up a meditation space. Today however we are going to bring it back to center and talk about how to get into that trance-like state that everyone seeks.

The right meditation can take you into such a deep trance all stress and anxieties fade away.

When you use isochronic tones in meditation, it’s much easier to get into the zen den and relax. Once you connect to your breath and allow yourself to sink in your brainwaves naturally change state! By focusing on a specific tone, you can achieve trance-like states and emerge with a blissful high. This blissed out feeling is an excellent replacement for self-medication and is used to help heal addiction issues.

A deep meditative state can help with

  1. Anxiety

  2. Depression

  3. Mental clarity

  4. Relaxation

  5. Sleep

  6. Focus

  7. Addiction

  8. Energy levels

  9. Being response-able

By using meditation, specifically isochronic tones (you can get a free meditation here) you are retraining your brain to flow and relax instead of automatically going into fight or flight mode. When I began this journey, I was doing my mirror work, saying my affirmations, and meditating EVERY. SINGLE. DAY!

I invite you to give a daily meditation practice a try for at least 7 days. This will give you time to see how quickly it can benefit all areas of your life! You will feel more in flow, relaxed, focused, energized, and hopefully even reach that blissed out, feeling we all seek!

There are a few different meditation packages you can check out here! There is even one for Psychic and Spiritual Development that includes meditations for:

  1. Astral Projection

  2. Clairvoyance

  3. Spirit Guide

  4. Telepathy

  5. Past Life Regression

  6. Shaman

  7. Remote Viewing

  8. Become Psychic

  9. Aura Healing

  10. Lucid Dreaming

  11. Lucid Dreaming (Affirmation)

  12. Precognition

I would love to hear your experience with isochronic tones Drop me a comment below!

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