A brand new visual guided meditation made just for you. Ever done one? This visual guided meditation will gently ease you into a state of blissfully deep relaxation. Sound or no sound – it’s your call.
Never has it been more important to take time out to pause, breathe and listen to the silence so to speak. There has never been so much hustle and bustle in our lives, as we experience the worlds most technologically advanced, and noisy, generation yet. You can feel instant benefits of the Visual Guided Meditation. It is almost quite uncanny how profoundly we can change our physical, psychological and emotional states in such a short space of time. We don’t even have to believe it will happen. It just kinda happens, and it is awesome! Give this visual meditation a go and see for yourself. All you have to do is find a quiet space where you won’t be interrupted. Sit on a meditation mat or a comfy chair, or on the sand or grass for that matter. Then give yourself the gift of 10 minutes of meditative connection. Simply close your eyes for a few seconds before beginning, and take a few deep, cleansing breaths. Then begin breathing normally, paying attention to each inhalation and exhalation. Take the passenger seat and follow the visual meditation prompts and let go.
Stillness speaks volumes. Especially to the soul. It calms the nerves and can have an impact on healing our body, and redirecting synaptic electricity in your brain. So let’s not take it too lightly. Visual Guided Meditation will give you a small time out, to switch sides of your brain from back to front and from right to left. Visualization, in itself, is a healthy way of bringing positive energy into your mind, body and spirit, expanding your capacity for creativity.
Both Meditation and visualization are empowering tools to enhance consciousness and self-awareness and to focus the mind. Visual Guided Meditation and mindfulness allow your deeper, inner feelings to bubble gently to the surface. The experience can be absolutely wonderful.
Let’s be honest, we all visualize on a daily basis. We visualize what route we’ll take to go to work in the morning, and what meal we’ll eat that night. We try and visualize our days and anything that is a big deal in our lives, such as an upcoming talking engagement or similar will have us repeatedly visualizing the possible outcomes.
Visual guided meditation is used in many spiritual traditions, including yoga, Taoism, Christianity, and Tibetan Buddhism. As a ‘Universal Christian’ myself I love all the traditions and am open to all their beautiful teachings. After all, the more I have walked a spiritual path, the more I realize it is just the language and wording that differs. It is not the truth. The truth never changes. That is how we know it is true!
You can do an internal Visual Guided Meditation or you can do a gazing visual meditation. This would be the latter. You use your senses to see and hear…to really listen, focus and concentrate on what the author of the visual meditation is trying to get across to you. That is how you can benefit most deeply from the experience. Try not to get lost in terminology. Many people argue that meditation is a silent, inner experience that only works in one way. I say be create with Visual Guided Meditation. Do walking meditations and whatever other ones you can find. Connecting through silence is an oddly satisfying experience that more and more people are coming to understand. Being able to go on a personal silent retreat, at least once a day and using earphones and a guided meditation can feel like winning a million bucks over time! Millions of people today, including teenagers and the youth, even do these meditations with ASMR, without even thinking of it as a meditation! What is most important is the befit of connection. Slowing to the pace of nature, like a flowing stream, can work wonders in only a couple of minutes. Give yourself the gift of meditation for at least 20 minutes a day. Let us know how it goes. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Namaste and meditative blessings to you.
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