Develop Compassion by Nitaai Meditation


Compassion is an emotion of shared suffering; to reduce the suffering of another. Compassion essentially arises through empathy, and is often characterized through actions. Wherein a person acting with compassion will seek to aid those whom they feel compassionate for.


Practice Compassion


  is something we can practice that will bring immediate and long-term happiness to our lives. Compassionate acts generally take into account the suffering of others and attempt to alleviate that suffering.


Benefits of Compassion


Why develop compassion in your life? Scientific studies suggest there are physical benefits in practicing compassion. People who practice it produce 100 percent more DHEA and less cortisol which is the “stress hormone.”


Compassion differs from other forms of humane behavior because it focuses primarily on the alleviation of suffering.


The key to developing compassion in your life is to make Nitaai Meditation a daily practice.


Practice Nitaai Meditation in the mornings, listen to the Nitaai sound, and sing along with it at night too. In this way, it becomes a part of your life.


The main benefit is that it helps you to be more happy and blissful with those around you. It is therefore of utmost importance that we cultivate compassion in our lives every day.


People have experienced thoughts whilst doing Nitaai Meditation as per studies. “Today I am fortunate to have woken up, I am alive. My heart is melting looking at others' sufferings, I am going to benefit others as much as I can.”


Instead of recognizing differences, Nitaai Meditation helps one to recognize what you have in common. It helps us recognize that at the root of it all, i.e. we are all human beings. Through Nitaai Meditation, we learn how to see the commonalities we have with every person and ignore the differences.


An article from Ode Magazine says one should practice a five-step exercise when you meet friends and strangers. Do it discreetly and try to do all the steps with the same person. With your attention geared to the other person, tell yourself:


Step 1: “Just like me, this person is seeking happiness in his/her life.”


Step 2: “Just like me, this person is trying to avoid suffering in his/her life.”


Step 3: “Just like me, this person has known sadness, loneliness and despair.”


Step 4: “Just like me, this person is seeking to fill his/her needs.”


Step 5: “Just like me, this person is learning about life.”

The main criteria is to be able to relate to others suffering as our own.


There is a great difference between sympathy and empathy. Once you can empathize and understand his suffering, you will want to free his or her suffering.


On practicing Nitaai Meditation, one’s sensibilities become very refined and capable of putting oneself in another’s shoes. Once you feel the pain as your own, you would like to end that suffering anyhow. With the regular practice of Nitaai Meditation, that feeling can be grown and nurtured.


Ultimately the practitioner will want to ease the suffering of even those who mistreat them.


Nitaai Meditation helps one to develop self-reflection. Then we are able to self-reflect and more likely to be kind to everyone. These acts of compassion will bring happiness to our lives and to those around us.


Gear up your mind to learn how to be compassionate with the help of Nitaai Meditation. And quickly you will find your life and of those around you filled with love for all!