Meditation has so many advantages that it’s become more popular than ever.
Health, well-being, and mental processes improve with meditation and, over time, the benefits increase steadily.
If meditation works so well for an individual, perhaps that power is amplified in a group. It could accelerate and expand everything.
At the most practical level, group meditation reinforces your desire to make it a daily practice. Joining a group can make you more committed to your practice. But a group can also represent a meditation lifestyle that inspires every member.
Nothing can compare to a physical face-to-face connection
The feel of a genuine laugh or the satisfaction of sharing ideas in person is far better than reading a text and misunderstanding the intended meaning of the typed message because it didn’t include a smiley face emoji. Go for a real smile on a real face more often.
The convincing link between the mind and body is well established, and health and wellness advocates in the medical profession are prescribing meditation for stress-related problems. Sure, you could go it alone at home, but group meditation has some unique benefits.
Everything is better when shared - including meditation
Just like music, meditation can be enjoyed on its own or with others who dance to the same beat.
You can feel a real connection with others by tapping into the same silence and source of peace at the same time.
In fact, we can literally meet people on the same wavelength - brainwaves synchronize while meditating.