One way of coping with the fast-living society is to take time for you.

Meditation and the Different Faces of Meditation


In a fast-paced world, people tend to do things in a fast-paced way, and the time flies by so quickly. Some may think that they just started their days and a few moments later, they are about to sleep. However, people nowadays no longer have the time to allow them as they are busy with their own priorities in life: from families, jobs, earning money, among other things.


Aside from taking the time to visit the gym or making your hobby, another famous form of having time for yourself is through meditation. The practice includes body movements and postures associated with breathing exercises which help to calm down the mind, muscles, and emotions. This helps in improving the well-being of the person, despite the stress that they encounter day by day.




However, there are different types of meditation which vary on the method on how it was executed. It varies per activity, movement, procedures and even the origin.


The first common category for meditation is the concentration meditation. For this category, the person will focus on one thing or event. That way, the person will be able to go focus and be attentive to their focus and divert from any distractions.


Another category is the mindfulness meditation. In mindfulness meditation, the person is fully aware of the things that need to be done, and there is again a focal thing or event. The good thing about the mindfulness meditation is that it is awareness training, and it makes the person more aware of their focus.


The last type of meditation is the visualization meditation. This is practicing of visualizing yourself doing something. There are forms of this type, like the loving kindness meditation, wherein you visualize yourself sharing kindness to your loved ones and then expanding the circle of your friends. This type can help you with behavior conditioning and forming habits.