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Zen Life with Himalayan Pink Salt

Pink Salt Himalayan Grinder

See All Benefits to use Himlayan Salt

Himalayan Pink Salt  Benefits :

Following the Ancient trade roads through Asia and the Middle East, Silk Route Spice Company import the highest quality spices from across the globe. We have spent time sourcing the finest ingredients from around the world to deliver to your kitchen. 
Zen Spiritual ‘s beautiful salmon coloured Himalayan Pink Salt is mined from the ancient pink salt deposits below the Himalayan mountains, and is world renowned for its colour and mineral content. 
Silk Routes Easy to use Himalayan pink salt grinder is preferred by chefs across the UK as a easy way to add a high quality salt to special dishes. Use Pink Salt in place of regular salt, to give your dish that extra bit of flavour.
 It’s the perfect kitchen seasoning that you do not want to miss out on! Himalayan Pink Salt contributes to lowering blood pressure and improving circulation.
 Himalayan Pink Salt naturally contains over 😯 essential minerals and trace elements used by the body for maintaining good health and well-being.
 For cooking – Pink Salt is a great option as a healthier alternative to processed white salt and helps food taste amazing. 
Use for cooking the same way you would regular table salt. For convenience,  For general well-being purposes, approximately 200g.
Pack in U.K. by Zen Spiritual Ltd.
Grinder : Acrylic Material

**** The grinder  , will pack on  extra white cardboard box.
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One common secret to every successful individual is being positive, which is having a positive mindset. The feeling of achieving success in your career, business, family, environment or relationship becomes realistic when your thoughts are aligned with your actions. All this can happen in the blink of an eye, but it requires you to have a positive attitude. It can be really hard to keep positive, especially if your mind doesn’t yet know how to distinguish between a positive and a negative thought. This is especially true when we are not cognizant of having those negative thoughts. Negative thoughts are detrimental to our health and overall wellbeing. Accumulation of these thoughts may lead to low self-esteem and even depression. It makes one disagree with every positive thought and constantly replace it with negativity.

Do you know that you can improve your lifestyle by being positive? Read on!

The Positivity Chain

Changing or improving your life cannot be done overnight. It requires several consistent processes. In magnetism and electricity, there is a well-known concept that like charges repels and opposite charges attract. This is untrue when it comes to the human brain. If you program your brain with negative thought you will in turn, receive negative energy and vice versa. Changing your life requires you to label and prioritize your thoughts. By so doing, you assign importance to each thought and they automatically occupy space in our minds. Hope you know that positive thoughts can change your brainwaves levels and influence the frequencies you experience.

Positive thoughts è Positive attitude è Life improvement/Zen Life


When you keep positive, your attitude changes accordingly. This is because your actions are geared by what’s inside of you. Once positivity becomes a lifestyle, then your life takes a better form.


How You Can Change Your Life by Being Positive

There are different ways to go about being positive. Self-motivation is an important aspect of a healthy/improved life. A motivated person is always aligned with his/her thoughts. This doesn’t mean he isn’t plagued by negativity, however, he doesn’t allow negativity to overpower his positive energy. Another way to align your thoughts is “words of confidence”. This is usually effective in the early hours of the morning, after your prayers; say a few words of encouragement to yourself. Tell yourself “I can do anything no matter how hectic today’s task or schedule may turn out to be.” It’s like a program which tells your brain to ward off anything that may go contrary to your thoughts.




It is natural for us to always want things done according to our plans but sadly, this isn’t often the case. As much as we want to be positive and change our lives, we don’t always see or accomplish every set plan. You ought to understand that obstacles arise at every stage in life to test how strong and relentless we are. For every task, there is a challenge – the bigger the task the greater the challenge. Having known this, it is important that you embrace each task by seeing the positive aspect of it before anything else. If you fail today, pick up the pieces tomorrow and start off from where you stopped. Do this over and over again until your life becomes transformed. That is being positive my friend!

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The sympathetic nervous system helps us to perform faster, higher, and longer. When the body is suffering from anxiety or subjected to stress, the sympathetic nervous system becomes weak. Breathing exercises can help you deal with such short-term emergencies. They are a good way to start your day; they are not difficult to learn and can be effective in managing anxiety and chronic stress. It can also be used to relax and bring balance to the mind and body.


Tips for Breathing Exercises

Deep Breathing

There are various exercises that you can do to get away with stress and panic attacks. One of the deep breathing exercises Deep breathing is the best technique for reducing stress and anxiety. Deep breathing can be practiced while sitting in a chair completely straight with your back on the back on your floor or bed. You need to take a slow, deep breath for about 5 seconds. Then hold the breath in for just a few seconds, and again breathe out through the mouth. The exercise should be repeated about 10 times. This method of breathing is important to keep the body calm and to make sure it experiences a soothing effect.


Alternate Nostril Breathing- ANB

Also known as Anuloma Viloma, alternate nostril breathing is a yogic breathing exercise. It is usually practiced in the ratio of 1:4:2. This means for every count of breath you inhale, you retain your breath for four times as long and exhale for twice as long – for example, when you close your left nostril with your thumb, breath in through your right nostril for a count of two, then close both nostrils and retain the breath for a count of 8, finally exhale for a count of 4. ANB helps to balance the autonomic nervous system, improve concentration on a subject or object, and it also balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain.


The Calming Breathe

The calming breath exercise is another effective exercise for meditation and reversing stress and anxiety. This breathing exercise is applied when one is under intense pressure, usually before a presentation. It helps to take off anything bordering you face the crowd. The calming breathe turns off the sympathetic nervous system and brings calmness, serenity, and peace from within.



Controlled Tempo Breathing- CTP

CTP You can be practiced either sitting down or lying down. Just make sure you close your eyes and breathe according to the number of beats (your choice) per exhalation. That is, for every 4 beats, inhale 4 counts and then hold for 4 counts and exhale for 4 counts. Do this for several minutes consistently. Most professionals follow up this breathing exercise with a deeper meditation.

Bellows Breathing – Bhrastika

Bellows breathing helps relieve fatigue and renews energy. It is as simple as practicing short and rapid rhythmic breaths through your nose, repeatedly. When it is regularly practiced, it can re-energize the body and improve your energy throughout the day.

Being consistent with these breathing exercises is key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Regular practice also increases your strength and endurance. If you have any questions, kindly visit Zen Spiritual.


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The purpose of meditation will determine the method of meditation used. Overall, meditation brings about mental clarity and relaxation. It also improves the health of individuals who have issues with depression, stress, anxiety, and high blood pressure. While traditional meditation such as Buddhism is used as a way to train the mind and body, and also reduce negative energy. All the same regardless of the method of meditation practice, the main aim is relaxation. Having clarified that, let us consider the most common methods of meditation.

Object Meditation

As the name implies, this method of meditation involves one to focus on a particular object (most often, still objects). It is believed that when you focus or concentrate on an object, you clear your mind and body. When practicing this kind of meditation, make sure you breathe deeply in and out a few times to clear every negative thought in your mind. If you’ve not tried this before, I urge you to give it a try today!

Deep Breathing

I call this simple but effective! Deep breathing is one of the best ways of meditating. To begin with, sit comfortably on a chair, floor or bed but make sure your spine is erect. Focus on your breath; do it slowly and deeply in and out. Listen to your breath, concentrate on your worries, exhale and inhale at different intervals. After a few minutes, draw breath at a deeper level. If you can master this kind of meditation, you can train your mind and focus your energy on good deeds such as love, kindness, gentleness, forgiveness, etc.


Buddhism meditation is one of the oldest and commonest forms of meditation. It is also known as yoga. Don’t get it twisted, Buddhism is not meant for the Chinese, monks or people from the Asian religions alone. It can be practiced by anyone who has interest in it. This Zen practice has always proved pivotal in enhancing relaxation and improving lives.

Walking Meditation

Unlike other abstract forms of meditation, walking is more practical (physical). Unknown to many individuals, this common exercise can help to meditate if directed towards the cause. While walking, a lot of things take place; it is left for you to channel those thoughts and sensations through your mind and body in order to achieve.

Prayer Meditation

Regardless of your religion, prayer is a form of meditation. Confessing of sins brings about cleansing and purification of the heart, keeping the mind free from guilt and fear. Prayer meditation is often accidental because only a few understand the power of prayer. Prayer enhances creativity, it connects us to a supreme being, it aids spiritual balance and improves our emotional wellbeing. Some Christians testify about the peace of mind they experience when praying. To increase the effect of prayer meditation, it is best to practice it alone.

Whatever your preferred method of meditation is, make sure it is aimed at providing the best results which are mental clarity, relaxation, focus, expelling anxiety, depression, and negative energies.