Positive effects of meditation...
Learning meditation has a lot of benefits. It helps to improve your mood. You become better at concentrating and less likely to be distracted. Furthermore, you will relieve stress, which will contribute to improving your mental and physical health in the long run.
Simultaneous changes in your physical health may come as a surprise to you – especially if you imagine meditation to just be people sitting cross-legged on the floor. But meditation benefits your body in two ways: it helps you distance yourself from distressing thoughts; your emotions settle down and your cardiovascular system becomes more balanced. This releases tension and allows you to approach things in a more relaxed manner, which in turn relieves your stress.
Try to incorporate mindfulness into your everyday life. Find the type of meditation that works for you and your body. Whether you prefer practicing mindful walking, sitting cross-legged in silence and listening to your breathing, taking a mindful stroll through the forest, or enjoying yoga or qigong in a group setting – it’s entirely up to you.
The mini-trampoline swings - so do we
Every movement on the bellicon trampoline makes its elastic mat sway – and that moves us, too. Every cell and every muscle experiences a brief moment of weightlessness and, through the gentle ups and downs, comes to life. This plays a role in developing conscious breathing. You can use the steady up and down motion to focus on your breathing and on your inner center.
Our center – the center of our mini-trampoline
Maybe it’s even possible to see yourself at the center of our mini-trampoline’s circular shape. It is a circle at whose center we’re all moving. Standing in the center of the trampoline is the first important step into our inner center. Because when we meditate, we focus entirely on ourselves, as if we are on our own little island.
Inner and outer balance
The smooth, mini-trampoline suspension and pliable jumping surface enhances your sense of balance and coordination from the very first bounce. Be mindful, focus on yourself, be aware of your body. This is how you reach your inner center. Then, when you start swaying and bouncing, you’ll find it easier to maintain your balance – and you’ll continue to improve over time.
Find your inner center through meditation.
Approach everyday life in a calmer and more relaxed way so that you can live your life more healthily
Choose a conscious and balanced diet.
Embrace what gives you joy, as well as what makes you stronger. Make sure you’re getting enough nutrients, vitamins and minerals – then the occasional chocolate bar or burger will be an even richer, more mindful enjoyment.
Just 10 minutes a day will improve your well-being and fitness level in the long run.