In 2012, more people are stressed out than ever before and studies show that stress can kill you. What’s the solution to the problem? Meditation; thankfully it doesn’t cost thousands of dollars to learn meditation from the comfort of home; you can study meditation from home with your Dish TV package. Don’t have Dish yet? No problem, there are a wide variety of Dish packages available online or in your local area.
Where to Find the Best Meditation TV Shows
The first step to meditating from home is to learn more about the best meditation shows on satellite TV, just use your favorite search engine and type in “meditation TV show” to find the program that’s right for you. Before you start meditating from home you should ask yourself what type of meditation I want to study. Transcendental Meditation (TM) or Mindfulness Meditation? Even though they both sound the same there is a difference between the two:
Transcendental Meditation – This type of meditation is the most widely recognized around the world and it’s as simple as sitting in a chair, closing your eyes and relaxing. Meditation experts recommend doing this once a day for 20 minutes per day.
Mindfulness Meditation – With this form of meditation, you will be aware of what’s around you including the sounds, noises, smells and distractions, the only difference is that you will be at peace and not let those distractions bother you.
Do You Need To Be In Shape For Meditation?
Since meditation doesn’t involve any physical activity or endurance, you don’t need to be in shape at all to start meditating today. Once you find a meditation TV show the most important thing is to stick with it and stay committed to meditating for 20 minutes a day, seven days a week for at least 90 days. If you stay committed to meditating for 90 days you will notice big changes in your life, you will be more at peace during your work day, you’ll have more clarity to make decisions quickly and you will have more stamina to complete tasks when your friends or co-workers feel like quitting or giving up.