You cannot not think. From the moment you wake until you fall asleep at night, your mind is engaged in constant chatter, leading you into unhelpful judgments and decisions. Meditation, when practiced regularly, will still the chatter and raise your awareness so that you focus effortlessly on what you’re doing and who you’re with, leading to improved interaction with others and an enhanced sense of purpose and well-being.
Meditating for only a few minutes every day has been shown to reduce stress by 20 per cent. Clinical studies over 40 years show that meditation has a wide range of physical, psychological and spiritual benefits including:
- stress reduction
- strengthening of the immune system
- reduction of high cholesterol or high blood pressure
- greater mental and emotional clarity
According to recent studies, more than 60 per cent of people in Hong Kong suffer from anxiety. Anxiety not only challenges your immune system, making you more vulnerable to illness, but it depletes your energy and adversely affects your mood.
Private meditation training with Stephen Clasper
There are many myths around meditation that put some people off from even trying and many misconceptions around how to meditate that lead others to give up before they begin to feel the benefits. This training will set the record straight. We will then create a plan tailored to your individual needs and matching your particular lifestyle so that your meditation will work for you.
In your 1 hour session you will learn specific breathing techniques as well as how to meditate, how to set up your own regular practice, and how to extend your meditation practice into an enhanced awareness and mindfulness throughout your day.
Free Thursdays – Group Healing and Guided Meditation with Stephen Clasper
Instead of going out on Thursdays, why not go within? Shakti has been giving free healing sessions since we opened over 12 years ago. Come and join us every Thursday evening at 6.45 pm for a group Reiki healing session followed by a guided meditation.
Every Thursday 6.45 – 7.30 pm
Cost: FREE but please register