Meditating has many benefits. If you meditate regularly you get a sharper mind, sleep better and benefit from an increased awareness of situations. With meditation, you drop anxiety and decrease the feeling of being overwhelmed. I’ve added naked meditation to my morning routine some years ago now and have since then been meditating almost everyday wearing nothing.
Scientific studies have demonstrated the many benefits of meditation. This post from healthline.com for instance gives 12. Stress reduction, self-awareness enhancement and sleep improvements are three among many. Everybody can meditate. It’s not a matter of science or of learning a set of specific techniques, it’s a matter of taking a quiet moment for yourself, stopping the constant washing machine of your brain. There are dozens of websites and apps that will help you. Personally, I’m using the Calm app on my iPhone, but the choice is yours.
One major difference in my meditation practice, from many people who meditate, is I meditate entirely naked: no watch, no jewels, and, of course, no clothes. I am a naturist, and as you’ve read on this blog, I tend to spend as much time as possible in the nude and perform most of the actions, sports included, entirely naked. So, meditation is not an exception to my nude lifestyle. Mindfulness and naturism were made to meet.
Here are seven reasons that come to mind when I think about nude meditation.
Source: Naturally Carolina
Original publication 16 November, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 25th November 2020
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