One of the great problems of modern life is the difficulty of keeping the attention and focus, and when this characteristic is impaired it has an immense impact on several aspects of our life.
The lack of attention can hurt us and a lot. Our activities are compromised, we cannot study, listen, work, talk to other people because our minds fluctuate between moments of agitation and slowness, our thoughts roam between the past and the future and so we unbalanced in Keep our attention on what is happening at the present moment.
From this problem, many began to seek practices that would combat these symptoms and the one that had the most good results was the so-called meditation.
Forget that old concept that meditation makes people slow and simply relaxed. This millennial practice is capable of doing much more than that and its benefits have already been scientifically proven.
Meditation reestablishes the concentration process by bringing more balance to our faculty of being vigilant, helps us to awaken from a dormant or unconscious state that we live in when we act most often in the so-called airplane mode, providing Relaxation, focus and well-being.
In addition anyone can meditate, anywhere and anytime just be willing to disconnect from the outside world.