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These days, it's easy to get up in our heads. Distractions can take us out of the moment and kick our current task to the curb. Maybe you've had the experience of trying to study and suddenly you find yourself googling, do rainbows have a sound? or How much does the smallest whale weigh? We've all been there. 

If you notice that you have four or more of these:

  • Racing thoughts
  • Repeating thoughts
  • Head fog or confusion
  • Insomnia or poor-quality sleep
  • Tight neck, jaw, and upper shoulders
  • Chronic thoughts of what "they" should do to fix their situation
  • Sinus issues
  • Blocked creativity
  • Lots of strong opinions

You may have too much energy in your upper centers, leaving your lower centers disconnected. These are all signs of excess energy in the fifth, sixth, and seventh chakras that can leave you feeling unsupported, lost, or nervous.  Today I want to help you quiet your mind so you can focus on the present moment; keep reading--there's a treat in your future :)  Everything about you, you amazing person, begins with the thoughts that run through your mind.  

Picture this: your body as a complex system of energy, constantly interacting with the quantum field around you. Meditation acts as a conduit that allows this energy to harmonize your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Recent studies continue to bring powerful evidence such as the one presented by  PubMed Central showing a direct correlation between regular meditation practice and the preservation of telomeres, the protective caps at the end of our chromosomes. These telomeres are like the biological clocks of our cells, and a marker for how fast or slow we are aging. When they are long we are youthful and vital and when they are gone, so is the body. As stark as that may sound, here's the good news; meditation has the remarkable ability to slow down this degradation of telomeres, effectively putting the brakes on aging.

Women often face unique challenges and stressors throughout their lives, from hormonal fluctuations to societal pressures. Meditation provides a sanctuary amidst the chaos, allowing women to cultivate a deep sense of inner peace and resilience. This inner peace isn't just a fleeting feeling; it translates into tangible physiological changes within the body. Meditation can modulate the expression of genes associated with aging, inflammation, and stress responses. By rewiring these genetic pathways, meditation offers a profound opportunity for women to not only slow down the aging process but potentially reverse it altogether!

So, if you're looking to tap into the fountain of youth, perhaps it's time to embrace the power of meditation and unlock the timeless wisdom within.