Do you often feel:
– Stressed?
– Angry or Frustrated?
– Critical of yourself with an ever present negative voice in your head?
– Unable to concentrate?

You could benefit from Compassion Meditation!

A 2013 study at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System in Seattle found that practicing loving-kindness meditation (a form of compassion meditation) for 12 weeks reduced symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, as well as anger and depression among veterans with PTSD.

A 2005 study from Duke University Medical Center found that practicing loving-kindness meditation for eight weeks reduced pain and psychological distress among patients with chronic low back pain.

A 2015 study from Brazil found that practicing yoga along with compassion meditation three times a week for eight weeks improved quality of life, vitality, attention and self-compassion among family caregivers of patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

In a 2008 study, researchers from the University of Wisconsin–Madison found, using functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI scans, that the brain circuitry that’s used to detect emotions and feelings, including empathy, is altered in people who have extensive experience practicing compassion meditation.

Let me introduce you to a meditation that is not just a feel good practice but will help you to be more:
– Positive
– Kind to yourself and others
– Calm and relaxed
– Focused

Compassion Meditation is FREE and is a 30 minute meditation for you to follow every day for 2 weeks.

Are you ready to learn a meditation to open your heart and fill it with joy, happiness and compassion?

Download the Compassion Meditation now.
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