I do a combination of Yoga, breathwork and meditation every day that I learned from the Art Of Living foundation. It helps calm my nerves and quieten my busy mind. I often find I get creative ideas popping into my head during meditation that I would otherwise never have thought of. It's a great way of getting in touch with your intuition and deepening your sense of inner wisdom.

The benefits of meditation have been known for thousands of years, and are particularly helpful in our modern society where we are increasingly trained to think a lot and rarely get a break from the mental chatter in our heads.


  • Helps deal with stress
  • Teaches you to relax and focus
  • A form of meditation or prayer is a core part of most spiritual philosophies
  • It's free!


  • Doesn't help you develop social skills; too much may even impair them
  • Can make you more introverted and shy

About Graham Stoney

I struggled for years with low self-esteem, anxiety and a lack of self-confidence before finding a solution that really worked. I created The Confident Man Program to help other men live the life of their dreams. I also offer 1-on-1 coaching via Skype so if you related to this article contact me about coaching.
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2 Responses to Meditation

  1. Matt says:

    As I mentioned in an earlier comment, I took up meditation about 5 or so years ago under the advice of a mentor of mine and simply haven't looked back.

    The positive effects the practice have had on my life - both personal and work - have almost been immeasurable.

    Even at the most basic of beginner levels, implementing mediation into your day to day existence is bound to bring even a tiny, positive change to your life!


  2. Jirehn says:

    Selecting a good meditation technique would give the body with concentrating with the mind and keeping a good composure to be able to feel the stress being relieved. With a correct posture, studying how to meditate for beginners would be easier.

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