Have you tried standing on a slackline? It takes just the right amount of micro-movements to keep you from falling over.
If your leg is too high, you may need to balance it with your arm, and each body movement has a corresponding action that keeps you balanced and upright.
Our bodies are kind of like that, too. Our cells are constantly regenerating, and the systems in our body are continually adapting to the surrounding circumstances. Mother Nature wisely designed our bodies to strive for balance at all times and to provide us with all the energy, vitality, and stamina we need.
For example, think of what happens when you go into a sauna. Our natural cooling system (sweating) kicks in to lower the body's temperature and keep it cool. If it didn't, we would quickly pass out.
But what happens when our systems get out of whack? What happens when we've been putting in too many long at the office or grabbing too many meals on the run?
Well, we get stressed! And over time, this chronic stress wreaks havoc on our health—especially when it comes to our hormones.
Here are six ways meditation can help balance your hormones and keep you feeling and operating at your optimal level: