Eating right and exercising are good for one’s overall physical health, and physicians often prescribe drugs to treat various ailments. But one of the best ways to care for your body as well as your mind doesn’t come from a store or an orange bottle.
Meditation has long been used as a method to calm and relax the body and soul, takes very little time and costs virtually nothing.
Marietta resident Catherine Bigley, a mom of five, finds herself meditating at various times throughout the day.
“It’s usually in a moment when I know something is coming at me,” she said. “I use it at stop lights when I know I have at least anywhere …