The Inner Fusion, LLC

Meditation Intuitive Body Yoga Yoga for Golfers


Meditation can give you that which nothing else can; it introduces you to yourself. Unless you learn to know yourself and achieve inner balance, no matter how much you know about performing in the outer world, you will fall short of your goals. Meditation is the means of achieving this inner balance. It is the simple and systematic process of learning to know yourself as you really are.

The Latin root of the word meditation is similar to the root for medical or medicate and implies the sense of “attending to” or “paying attention to” something. In meditation, you pay attention to your own deepest, innermost levels – layers or levels of yourself that are seldom known. Meditation involves a type of inner attention that is quiet, concentrated, and at the same time, relaxed.

At first you may see progress in terms of physical relaxation and emotional calmness. Later you may notice other, more subtle, changes. Some of the most important benefits of meditation are not as dramatic or easily observed. By making a commitment to sit for as little as 10 minutes each day, you will reap the benefits of meditation. Some, but not all, of the benefits are listed below.

Benefits of Meditation:

  • Help release physical/muscular tension as well as mental stress
  • Energize your body and mind
  • Lower your blood pressure
  • Decrease cortisol levels – think “fight or flight” response
  • Lead your mind to become more concentrated
  • Help you control your appetite and your emotional reactions
  • Give you a feeling of calmness and equanimity
  • Enhance your innate/natural talents
  • Lead you to a state of joy


What catches your attention? A thought, a word, or another anxious moment? How you respond to stimuli can be programmed and become a habit over time. Learn to take yourself out of "auto-pilot"; eventually expanding to being in the present moment, which is truly the only moment we have. Transform from MIND FULL to MINDFUL with this series of meditations.

Concentrative Meditation - In this practice, the objective is to cultivate a single-pointed attention on some object, such as the breath. Since your breath is always with you, it is a great place to start.

Open Awareness - The objective of this form of meditative practice is to open the mind into an expansive awareness of whatever is happening, without a specific focus. Come meet your endless stream of thoughts referred to as the "monkey mind".

Mindfulness Meditation - Considered one of the most popular, this technique is a combination of concentration and open awareness. This practice can be extended to daily actions of eating, walking, driving and housework/houseplay.

Guided Meditation - Guided imagery is very popular and used to facilitate health and well-being. Welcome a chance to be guided to a state of peacefulness and calmness.

I look forward to meeting you, just as you are, right in this moment.

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