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Watch the iconic band TEAR FOR FEARS perform their egnimatic song 'SHOUT' whom delivers a stunning performance. Over 40 years and they have never sounded better. Check out Tears For Fears latetst album here : https://tearsforfears.com Tears for Fears are a British pop rock band formed in Bath in 1981 by Curt Smith and Roland Orzabal. Founded after the dissolution of their first band, the mod-influenced Graduate, Tears for Fears were associated with the new wave synthesizer bands of the 1980s, and attained international chart success as part of the Second British Invasion.[8] The band's debut album, The Hurting (1983), reached number one on the UK Albums Chart, and their first three hit singles – "Mad World", "Change", and "Pale Shelter" – all reached the top five in the UK Singles Chart. Their second album, Songs from the Big Chair (1985), reached number one on the US Billboard 200, achieving multi-platinum status in both the US and the UK.[9][10] The album contained two US Billboard Hot 100 number one hits: "Shout" and "Everybody Wants to Rule the World", both of which also reached the top five in the UK with the latter winning the Brit Award for Best British Single in 1986.[11] Their belated follow-up, The Seeds of Love (1989), entered the UK chart at number one and yielded the transatlantic top 5 hit "Sowing the Seeds of Love". After touring The Seeds of Love in 1990, Smith and Orzabal had an acrimonious split. Orzabal retained the Tears for Fears name as a solo project, releasing the albums Elemental (1993) – which produced the international hit "Break It Down Again" – and Raoul and the Kings of Spain(1995). Orzabal and Smith reconciled in 2000 and released an album of new material, Everybody Loves a Happy Ending, in 2004. The duo have toured on a semi-regular basis since then. After being in development for almost a decade, the band's seventh album, The Tipping Point, was released in 2022,[12] giving the band their sixth UK Top 5 album and their highest chart peak in 30 years, and reaching the Top 10 in numerous other countries, including the US. In 2021, Orzabal and Smith were honoured with the Ivor Novello Award for 'Outstanding Song Collection' recognising their "era-defining Tears for Fears albums" and "critically acclaimed, innovative hit singles".
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by Published On March 18, 2023
Meditation is a very effective way to reduce stress and boost your immune system. The great part is that it's easy and anyone can get started with immediate results. We've prepared a handy guide below with highlights on the benefits, the history of meditation, helpful tips to get started and resources to our curated audio guided meditations here on one social .


Introduction:


Meditation is a practice that has been around for centuries, but has gained popularity in recent years due to its numerous benefits. From reducing stress to improving sleep, meditation has been shown to have a positive impact on both physical and mental health. In this article, we will explore the benefits of meditation and how it can help you lead a happier, healthier life.

 

What is Meditation:


Meditation is a technique that involves focusing your attention and becoming more aware of your thoughts and feelings. It can be practiced in a number of ways, including mindfulness, guided meditation, and transcendental meditation. Regardless of the method, meditation has been shown to have a wide range of benefits for both the mind and body.


Benefits of Meditation:

  1. Reduces Stress: One of the primary benefits of meditation is its ability to reduce stress. By focusing on the present moment and letting go of negative thoughts, meditation can help you feel more relaxed and calm.
  2. Improves Sleep: Another benefit of meditation is its ability to improve sleep. By practicing meditation before bedtime, you can quiet your mind and reduce the racing thoughts that often keep us awake at night.
  3. Increases Focus: Meditation can also improve your ability to focus. By training your mind to stay present and avoid distractions, you can improve your productivity and accomplish more throughout the day.
  4. Boosts Immune System: Studies have shown that regular meditation can boost the immune system, making you less susceptible to illness and disease.
  5. Improves Emotional Well-being: Meditation can also have a positive impact on emotional well-being. By reducing stress and increasing mindfulness, meditation can help you feel happier and more content.

 

The History of Meditation:

Meditation has a rich history dating back thousands of years. Its origins are rooted in various spiritual and religious traditions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism. Over time, meditation practices spread throughout the world and became popular among people of all backgrounds.

In ancient times, meditation was often used as a way to connect with the divine and achieve spiritual enlightenment. It was believed that through meditation, one could transcend the material world and access higher levels of consciousness.

In the modern era, meditation has gained widespread popularity as a way to reduce stress, increase focus, and improve overall well-being. There are many different types of meditation, including mindfulness meditation, loving-kindness meditation, and transcendental meditation.

 

How to start using meditation in your life.

To start using meditation, it is recommended to find a quiet and comfortable space and begin with just a few minutes of practice each day. There are many resources available to help beginners get started, including guided meditation apps and classes. We also have many videos and audio podcasts here on One Social. We love sound baths to help relax the mind and body, while having the added benefits of healing frequencies. You find our curated crystal bowl playlist on frequency sound baths here:

 https://onesocial.live/onetv/playlist/30/sound-baths/Play Sound Baths

 

Overall, meditation has a rich and fascinating history and continues to be a valuable tool for promoting physical, mental, and spiritual health. In conclusion, meditation is a powerful practice that can have a wide range of benefits for both the mind and body. If you're interested in trying meditation, here are a few tips to get started: 

  1. Find a quiet and comfortable place to sit.
  2. Sit with your back straight and your hands resting on your lap.
  3. Close your eyes or gaze softly at a fixed point.
  4. Focus your attention on your breath, feeling the sensation of each inhale and exhale.
  5. If your mind wanders, gently bring your focus back to your breath.
  6. Try to stay present and aware of the present moment, without judgment or distraction.
  7. Start with a few minutes and gradually increase the time as you become more comfortable with the practice. 

Remember, meditation is a personal practice and there are many different techniques and ways to approach it. Find what works best for you and make it a regular part of your routine for optimal benefits.

 

 

Here are a few guided meditations we have here One Social Radio:

  1. Guided Meditation Quieting The Mind  https://onesocial.live/music/100/after-dark-ep7-guided-meditation/
  2. Bedtime Sound Bath : https://onesocial.live/onetv/481/quiet-music-for-sleep-time-grounding-tongue-drum-sound-bath/
  3. Full Recovery Frequency Repair DNA: https://onesocial.live/onetv/404/full-recovery-heal-body-repair-dna-rejuvenation-emotional-physical-healing/
  4. 10 Hr 432Hz Healing Crystal Bowls (no talking) : https://onesocial.live/onetv/403/432hz-10-hour-crystal-singing-bowl-healing-sound-bath-4k-no-talking-singing/
  5. 1150Hz Remove Parasites, Digestion, Detox, Sound baths : https://onesocial.live/onetv/409/remove-parasite-worms-viruses-infections-1150-hz-parasite-cleansing-frequen/


The Science Behind Meditation:

Meditation has been studied by many prestigious institutions with published papers showing the many benefits of meditation including; reducing stress and anxiety, improving sleep and mood, and enhancing cognitive function. Here are just a few references that provide more information on these benefits that you can read:

  • "Meditation: In Depth." National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/meditation-in-depth
  • "Meditation: A Simple, Fast Way to Reduce Stress." Mayo Clinic. https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/meditation/in-depth/meditation/art-20045858
  • "The Science of Meditation." Harvard Health Publishing. https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/the-science-of-meditation
  • "Meditation for Sleep." Sleep Foundation. https://www.sleepfoundation.org/meditation-for-sleep
  • "Meditation and Mood." Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/feeling-it/201309/20-scientific-reasons-start-meditating-today

 

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