Entries tagged with “Guided Meditation”
Here are 4 meditations on how to enhance your intuition and clairvoyance.
Here are six meditations for personal transformation.
Finding the time, money, and resources to exercise can be challenging for the average person, especially for those who lack experience or knowledge in the field. Many of us juggle …
Tap into your inner wisdom with this guided meditation.
A guided meditation for tasting a little sweetness.
A short meditation to instantly bring love and compassion to yourself so that you can bring love and gratitude to the world.
In this guided meditation, follow prompts to inquire into your body's truth.
This meditation is ideal if you need a pause from your day to slow down and calm down, and you may wish to put it on as you are lying in bed at night preparing to sleep.
When you are trying to make a difficult decision, there are often many and complex factors to take into account. Our minds are intelligent, but they can also easily get tripped up on things like what other people want from us and what we think we should want. Tap into what you truly desire with this meditation that honors the mind, the heart, and the pelvic floor as valid sources of information.
Follow your natural breath to help relax your mind and your body. Gently switch into the parasympathetic rest-and-digest state by effortlessly allowing each exhale to drop you deeper into relaxation so that you can sleep sweetly.
A guided meditation to sharpen the mind.
Though you can do this guided meditation anytime, it especially helps you fall asleep at night.
Use this guided meditation to cool off the body and mind and prepare for rest.
Make fear your ally for the creative process
Discover inner freedom. In this meditation, Grokker Meditation Expert Mark Coleman will demonstrate how to open to, feel, and sense emotional states with acceptance and curios…
Easy options for 5-minute meditations
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An audio meditation to help reset from your worst self to your best self.
A guided visualization for better sleep.
Use this guided meditation anytime you need to feel a deeper sense of embodiment.
In this meditation, imagine yourself playing and dancing with the wind high above the clouds. Remember your sense of playfulness and creativity as you explore the lightness and freedom of the element of air. This can be done as a seated meditation or to help you fall asleep at night.
In this guided meditation, take a true self reflection of gazing into yourself with love.
Move through a guided relaxation process for your mind, your nervous system, your muscles, and your bones to help you calm down, slow down, and get the rest you need—whether you actually fall asleep or not.
This gently hypnotic meditation will take you along a dirt path into a candlelit cave with a clear pool filled with healing power. Relax through the guided meditation or allow it to help you get to sleep at night, encouraging your parasympathetic nervous system to wake up your internal capacity for healing.
Excerpted from Siddhartha’s Brain by James Kingsland
This simple guided meditation is inspired by the Yoga Nidra meditation practice, which is a progressive relaxation of the entire body.
Practice these breathing exercises, guided visualizations, and meditations that promote inner balance, and the recognition of expansive unity.
This guided meditation will lead you through a visualization of healing white light to help support you in your internal healing from any injury, surgery, or illness.
Connect to the sacred sexual and erotic energy living in your low belly, pelvis, and genitals. This energy is related to our desire, our connection with others, our pleasure, playfulness, and the possibility of personal growth. It is a powerful part of who we are, whether or not we share that energy sexually with anyone else. Breathe into this space to honor and listen to it, inviting its guidance in our lives. This is a very simple mindfulness-based meditation, there is no explicit material here.
Excerpt from Totem Animals, Plain & Simple By Celia M. Gunn
This guided meditation connects with sounds and distractions to help us get centered. This classical technique, called pratyahara, allows the mind and body to calm down, focus, and feel a lot better.
A guided meditation to harness your sexual energy.
This guided meditation allows the listener to release unwanted emotions.
Become present while connecting with Earth energy through the use of breathing exercises and guided visualizations
Explore an opening and embodying of divine love
A guided visualization to help you drift off to sleep.
A guided visualization to lull you to sleep.
Be present in the moment and relieve stress
Mindfulness meditation can help us befriend the pain sensations and teach the brain that it doesn’t need to sound the alarm so hard.
Try this audio meditation for slowing down the mind.
Explore themes of self-love with this 10-minute meditation.
Use this guided meditation to draw the senses closer to connect with the body in the present moment.
In this mindfulness meditation class, Andrew Johnson will teach you to use full body relaxation techniques that will help you unwind and relax at will. If you enjoy this class, be …
An excerpt from Overcoming Destructive Anger by Bernard Golden, PhD.
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This guided meditation explores the bottom of the breath.
Change your perspective with this writing exercise