Today I will be teaching you 5 Easy Meditation Techniques For Beginners. Meditation needs to become a habit, because it helps to ease stress, and helps you to overcome worries and fears much more quickly.
It comes down to learning to control your thoughts and be at peace with your higher self.
Some think meditation is impossible to achieve. Others believe it is too time-consuming. The vast majority of people who have issues with meditation do not realize how truly simple the practice can be and how beneficial it is to them when applying the Law Of Attraction in their life.
If you’ve been told it takes years of practice to master the art of meditation, consider these 5 easy meditation techniques for beginners and allow them to transform your way of thinking.
All it takes is a desire to want to FEEL better and happier in life. And this can be accomplished by learning to master your state of mind and breathing. Let’s get started and get you in the right vibration for more happiness, wealth, and success.
5 Easy Meditation Techniques For Beginners:
1). Invest Fifteen Minutes For Meeting With Yourself Each Day:
How often do we waste minute after minute in our lives and not even realize it? Making it a point to invest fifteen minutes a day into meditating can change your life in esoteric ways.
For beginners, this is the perfect amount of time to give yourself to ease into understanding how meditation will work for you. There is no need to sit for endless hours, expending energy fruitlessly.
Instead, make it a habit to set aside fifteen minutes around the same time each day and you will soon see those fifteen minutes seem but mere seconds.
2). Candle Staring Can Help To Rain In Careless Thoughts:
Though meditation should not be a thoughtless act, it does need to be focused. This is often one of the most reported difficulties among those who are just starting on the journey of meditation.
Lighting a candle and focusing on its flickering flame can still the mind and bring the body into focus. As each thought enters your mind, it is your call to decide whether to let it burn away as nonsense or focus on it so the flame grows more intense in your mind.
3). Visualization Is An Easy Way To Begin Meditating:
Meditation is the art of practicing a higher focus on your thoughts, feelings, and intuitions. It is different for everyone and there is no solid right or wrong way to pursue it.
One easy method has helped many people who are struggling to know how to begin meditating. Visualization is a powerful medium for transporting the mind where it needs to go. Fully focusing on yourself in an idyllic setting can allow you to use your thoughts to bring that image into your lucid imagination. You make this visualization so real it becomes real.
I like viewing myself at a beach and hearing all the sounds that would be in that kind of environment. Who does not love the beach? Hopefully, everyone does, the point is it helps you to FEEL RELAXED. Why else would you go there? (ok maybe surfing but still, after you will relax).
4). Mantras Will Add Power To You Meditation Sessions:
A mantra is a phrase or word that you repeat in succession. Many people use mantras to still their minds and increase their focus during meditation.
This does not have to be any specific phrase or word. It just needs to mean something positive to you. As you begin to repeat this phrase or word over and over, it will begin to seem to take on a life of its own. This is one of the easiest ways to find your way in meditation.
5). Count Your Breaths And See Better Focus In Your Meditation:
Have you ever fully focused on your breathing while you were relaxing or going to sleep? The gentle rhythm it creates can lull you into a peaceful state and help you to relax.
Counting breaths is one of the oldest, yet simplest ways for people to learn how to meditate more effectively. Start by counting each exhalation.
Count aloud after each breath until you get to four. At this point, simply return back to one. Why one, you may ask? Returning to one is much like coming back home, back to you. It grounds you and stills your thoughts so you stay on the right guided path during your meditation sessions.
It is imperative you realize there is no right or wrong way to meditate. These 5 easy meditation techniques for beginners should be used as a starting guide to help you grow accustomed to finding that place of solidarity in your mind. Some people use one method and find it immediately works for them while others may need a combination of methods.
The entire point of meditation is to benefit your mind. Any positive aspects that result from meditation are worthy of your focus. The true meaning of meditation is to build up a beneficial habit. Do not feel you have to force yourself into any societal mold to achieve “perfect” meditation. What works for some might not work for you and that is perfectly fine.
With continued sessions, you will soon find which methods are your methods. Do not feel afraid to experiment and never consider a meditation session to be a failure.
This is all about you and no one and nothing else. Try these tips today and see if they can help you begin practicing meditation so you can experience a myriad of benefits for yourself.
Remember also that meditation will help you to attract better experiences to you through the law of attraction. It’s your current state that you are in, what you are FEELING that determines what you are bringing to you LITERALLY. Meditation allows you to maintain control of your vibration or feeling.
When you master your mental state, you are really the master of your life. Everything on the outside is nothing but the reflection on the inside. So learn to Master meditation and watch how you are able to more easily control your reactions to life and how more relaxed you become.
If you are feeling happy and relaxed, you will attract back to you experiences that will help you feel like that even more. And let’s be honest, who does not want to feel more happy and relaxed? I know I do, because life is about living, and you’re not living if you’re not happy and stressed all the time.
What have you been doing to apply meditation in your life? What’s been working the best so far? Let me know in the comments below.