A Mindful Meditation Practice

Benefits:


Brings us into the present moment

Raises our frequency

Opens us up to receive unlimited information and ideas

Relaxes us

Relieves stress

Strengthens our intuition and ability to focus

Allows us to hear our inner voice more clearly

Fills us with light and love

Puts us in a good mood

Helps us love ourselves


Basic meditation practice:


Sit in a comfortable, cross-legged position on the floor, or in a chair, with your hands on your knees or in your lap.

Sit up straight and relax your entire face, especially your jaw and your forehead.

Close your eyes, or, if it helps you focus and not fall asleep, keep them open and gaze softly at a spot on the ground a couple of feet in front of you.

Focus on your breathing. Notice it moving in and out of your body; you don’t have to breathe in any special way. Just focus on it.

Gently release any thoughts that come into your brain and re-focus on your breathing. Keep your mind as clear and empty as possible and listen for intuitive hits that may or may not come through. If your mind starts to wander and you become distracted, acknowledge the shift and bring your mind back to center and focus on your breathing once again. Do not get discouraged if this happens frequently. This is absolutely normal and will dissipate in time.


Meditation Practice -

Benefits:

Brings us into the present momentRaises our frequencyOpens us up to receive unlimited information and ideasRelaxes usRelieves stressStrengthens our intuition and ability to focusAllows us to hear our inner voice more clearlyFills us with light and lovePuts us in a good moodHelps us love ourselves

Basic meditation practice:

Sit in a comfortable, cross-legged position on the floor, or in a chair, with your hands on your knees or in your lap.Sit up straight and relax your entire face, especially your jaw and your forehead.Close your eyes, or, if it helps you focus and not fall asleep, keep them open and gaze softly at a spot on the ground a couple of feet in front of you.Focus on your breathing. Notice it moving in and out of your body; you don’t have to breathe in any special way. Just focus on it.Gently release any thoughts that come into your brain and re-focus on your breathing. Keep your mind as clear and empty as possible and listen for intuitive hits that may or may not come through. If your mind starts to wander and you become distracted, acknowledge the shift and bring your mind back to center and focus on your breathing once again. Do not get discouraged if this happens frequently. This is absolutely normal and will dissipate in time.

Start with 5-10 minutes and increase your time as needed.




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