Guided meditations are very useful and growing in popularity. They are useful for beginners or those with a very busy and active mind who struggle to relax and empty their mind enough to meditate in silence or with light background noise.
There are thousands of guided meditations if you search on YouTube, try to listen to a snippet first before your settle down to meditate as some voices can be irritating or abrasive to some. The last thing that you want to do is spend the whole of your session being annoyed by a certain voice or accent and concentrating on that, rather than relaxing your mind.
Most guided sessions are between 15-35 minutes. You may need to start with smaller sessions at first, then extend them as you grow in experience and confidence.
It is surprising to many, how quickly you can learnt to relax and empty your mind using a guided meditation track.
Most guided tracks incorporate some form of white noise or environmental sound along with a soothing voice giving directions with regards to breathing and relaxation techniques.
Always vary the tracks that you use, it will become boring otherwise and your mind will start to wander onto what you are having for tea tonight or tomorrows shopping list.
For beginners – try to start in a quiet room and dedicate at least 30 minutes to relax and listed to the meditation track.
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I hope that you will find lot’s of wonderful information, hints and tips about meditation.
Maybe you are completely new to meditation and are looking for a great way to get some balance in your life, take away some of the daily stress and make a great move towards being more in touch with your spiritual side. maybe you are an expert when it comes to meditation and are just looking for a cool blog to chat and meet like-minded people. If you have ben meditating for quite some time, I’d love to hear from you and share some of our tips with everyone too.
I’ve been meditating for about 15 years now. I started at work! I work in a local hospital and one of the members of staff there introduced me to meditation. He then started a weekly meditation group and it grew in popularity rapidly! Soon there were over 30 people there – giving up their lunch break to meditate. One of those people was me. I haven’t stopped meditating since. Lot’s of people think that there has to be certain circumstances to be able to meditate properly, candles, the correct environment, the right time of day, even the correct position of the moon! This is absolutely not true. You can meditate anywhere at any time. You only need a few minutes each day (if that’s all that you can spare). At first, it is easier to completely empty your mind and get into a good meditative space if you are in a quiet place but after a while, I bet you will be able to meditate anywhere.
Meditation is perfect for those who have busy lives or find that they are always on the go. It’s a great way to relax your mind, unwind and reboot. It’s great to relieve stress but it is also a great way to revitalise your mind and body. I felt the difference within a couple of weeks and I have never looked back.
It may seem like it is something that is really difficult to master but I can tell you that it is not. Even those with the busiest of minds are able to learn great meditation techniques. It is a skill and it does have to be practised but you will soon start to see a difference and you will wonder why you didn’t try this before. It’s never too late!
In this blog, I will show you how to begin, how to learn all of the skills necessary to improve your meditation experiences and I will show you some great led-meditations too. Everything that you will need to know will be included in this blog.
I hope that you will love what I am going to show you and I hope that you will benefit from it hugely (I know that you will).
Let’s meditate today!