Guided Meditation: Connect with Your True Essence

Guided Meditation: Connect with Your True Essence

Guided Meditation for everyone.

Guided meditation is a process by which one or more participants meditate in response to the guidance provided by a trained practitioner or teacher, either in person or via a written text, sound recording, video, or audiovisual media comprising music or verbal instruction, or a combination of both.

Do you have anxiety episodes throughout the day? Learn to relax and to manage anxiety with this 10-minute deep relaxation in Shavasana (corpse pose).  Throughout the relaxation, you will experience becoming the relaxed observer of your own breath to help you create distance from whatever is causing anxiety. At the end of the relaxation practice you can sense your whole body resting, inviting a new sense of ease.

Find a place of supportive ease as you soften the grip of the body and become aware of the breath in this guided meditation. Anchor the mind in a focus of the sensation and movement of your breath with the option to use a mantra. With relaxed effort, you can begin to sense an inner connection to your deepest self, your own true essence.

Despite the benefits of meditation, many people feel overwhelmed at the thought of learning how to meditate. Guided meditation is a process by which one or more participants meditate in response to the guidance provided by a trained practitioner or teacher, either in person or via a written text, sound recording, video, or audiovisual media comprising music or verbal instruction, or a combination of both.

Set Aside Time to Meditate

It’s easy to fall into the trap of doing it “later”—but “later” never actually comes. If you’re interested in making guided meditation a regular part of your routine, rather than a one-time thing to de-stress, it’s important to set aside time to meditate.

Many people find that either first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening are viable times to engage in guided meditation. These are often the quietest times of the day, when the kids are asleep, dinner and dishes are both complete, and work is still put away.

One perk to doing it in the morning is that it starts the day off on the right foot and means you don’t have to try to find time to fit it in between errands, meetings, and chores. On the other hand, meditating right before bed can get you into a state of relaxation that’s ideal for sound sleep.

Choose one of the options of guided meditation or maybe give a try to all, every day listening one.

Enjoy,

Namaste

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