As the exam season approaches, many students begin to feel the need for practices that can help them get rid of stress, anxiety, and fears. Meditation is a natural, easy-to-follow practice that can give immediate and long-lasting benefits to students.
Learning how to meditate is something that can be done in a few guided sessions, and requires no previous experience. Also, what the student is required to do to get results it’s taking 10 minutes every day to meditate. No difficult task, no need to leave your favorite place, no special dress required.
Just some commitment.
That’s the reason why there is an increasing number of educational institutions that, having in mind the wellness and the positive impact on their students’ academic results, are offering meditation to them.
So, as soon as you start to experience stress, fears, anxiety in your exam period or some lack of motivation and commitment, exhaustion, burn-outs, low self-esteem during your career, you should start practicing meditation.
Meditation is about understanding yourself, and is as helpful as proper breathing and healthy eating. Once you master the basic meditative practice you will be able to figure out which specific methods of meditation suit your needs.
Sometimes you could feel like if taking good grades, getting your degree in the time you need to is a huge, complicated task you are not able to deliver and accomplish even if you try hard.
The good thing is that you can learn how to deal with all those negative emotions and experiences and start enjoying your academic career.
You can learn how to get rid of self-sabotaging habits and behaviors, how to study more proficiently, how to present your knowledge at the exams in the best possible way. It’s all up to you.
With this method, you will be able to live a healthier, wealthier, and happier life, by getting rid of stress, anxiety, and fears so to develop your full potential.
The 6 most useful benefits of your meditation practice will be:
- Managing stress
- Better memory
- Mental wellness
- Improved concentration
- Better reasoning and creativity
- Higher grades, clearer exposition
Where to Meditate
It’s not impossible to find a good place to meditate while at university or at school, you just need to find some spots where you can find peace and quietness:
- Community rooms
- Study areas
- Empty classrooms
- Garden or green areas
- Cafeterias (when not too crowded, of course)
Time to decide
So, improve your study, your grades, your satisfaction from today. You can have more details about how I can help you get what you want by dropping me an email.
You can also test the physical part of my method, the MMQG Triad, joining me in the MMQG Course at Sushumna Healing Space, Mittlere Kanalstrasse 29, in Nuremberg, on Sunday mornings (from 10:00 to 12:00).