Why Not MEDITATE While You REMOVE the MAKE-UP
Every evening, we have to remove our makeup and it can become quite a ritual.
Along with the removal, we should be replenishing and revitalizing too.
So why not use those precious minutes to meditate at the same time?
Here is how to follow the 3 Rs of removal, replenish and revitalize
1. Makeup removal. Simply Cleansing Oil is a gentle natural alternative to over the counter cleansers being made from a blend of pure natural essential oils and cold pressed or expeller pressed precious oils and acting as an emulsifier with the skin's natural sebum, gently unclogging the pores, lifting grime and imbedded impurities without stripping the skin's natural oils. The specially selected pure ingredients help to clean, tighten and tone the skin.
2. Replenish and revitalize. Simply Eye Serum will enhance the skin around the eyes naturally with pure oils to moisturize and rejuvenate dark circles and bags under the eyes. Simply Neck Oil is a non-greasy formula for both the neck and decolletage to lift, tone and tighten. Simply Vitamin Oil is natural nutrition for your face and skin, a one of a kind nutritional blend of oils to feed the delicate skin on your face. Rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and Omega fatty acids, all essential for the balance and nourishment of your skin.
Here is how to practice simple meditation
Aim for mindfulness by practicing bringing your attention to your breath, and then back to the breath when you notice your attention has wandered.
- Get comfortable and prepare to sit still for a few minutes.
- Focus on your breath. Where do you feel your breath most? In your stomach? In your nose? Try to keep your attention on your inhale and exhale.
- Follow your breath for two minutes. Take a deep inhale, expanding your stomach, and then exhale slowly, elongating the out-breath as your stomach contracts.
When we meditate, we inject far-reaching and long-lasting benefits into our lives - without the need for special clothing or a club membership.
Here are five reasons to meditate:
- To understand your pain
- To lower your stress
- To connect better
- To improve focus and
- To reduce brain chatter
Read these steps, making sure you’re somewhere where you can relax, set a timer and give it a go.
- Take a seat somewhere that feels calm and quiet.
- Set a time limit for example five or ten minutes.
- Notice your body by sitting in a chair with your feet on the floor, sit loosely cross-legged or kneel - as long as you are in a comfortable position.
- Feel your breath as it goes in and as it goes out.
- Notice when your mind has wandered and return your attention back to the breathing.
- Be kind to your wandering mind!
- Close with kindness. When you have finished, gently lift your gaze and notice everything around you - sounds, how your body feels and any thoughts and emotions.