If you have outgrown costume parties and snack-size treats, there is still one aspect of Halloween that can do you some good: a good fright!
That’s right—a good old-fashioned scare. The journal Emotion published the results of a study that showed that after people are frightened, their brain wave activity declines significantly because it is likely they have lost track of their problems, frustrations and stresses. The endorphins we release after being scared actually make us feel calmer.
But more than that, it turns out that the brain waves and moods of people post-fright are similar to those who are meditating! So this Halloween there’s no need to scare yourself silly. Simply let me help you discover the power of meditation to improve your focus and reduce stress so you can cultivate more peace, power and play in your life.