Meditation on Spring
This is my latest production, a brief (5-minute) meditation on spiritually preparing for Spring. More to come!
This TeleMeditations podcast offers you a relaxing form of pranayama to use as a breathing meditation on appreciation. The podcast is 18 minutes long.
Breathing in conjunction with absorbing the higher meaning of the word ‘appreciation’ is a refinement technique.
Practice it to lift your whole being up in vibrational frequency. Note how the practice of breathing appreciation improves your life and your relationships.
After you listen to this podcast and practice breathing meditation, take note of your experience during your practice, and what if any results you have.
Take note of any changes, subtle or obvious. Ask yourself questions like:
- How do you feel from just doing the breathing?
- How do you feel practicing appreciation in your daily life?
I’d enjoy reading your comments.
Music for this podcast provided under Creative Commons licensing arrangement.
Podcast Meditation. Listen only when you can be in a relaxed environment, and not while driving.
Peaceful flute, water and nature sounds match the inner support you find from the light. Plan to use this guided meditation to lead you deep within. You can sit or find any comfortable position for this session. Stay there as long as you like. If you want to use this recording to help you fall asleep, you can listen while lying down. Seven minutes.
Practicing meditation is good medicine for the prevention of ailments brought on by stress
Prolonged stress can result in a multitude of disorders such as weakened immune system, emotional problems with depression and anxiety, and panic disorders, and now as shown by a new study, arrhythmia.
Many healthcare practitioners prescribe meditation as a way to reduce stress and help manage pain. This is nothing new; the Buddha prescribed mindfulness as medicine to help ease that physical discomfort.
Since we live in bodies that can become ill or uncomfortable we can use meditation to teach us to be skillful in alleviating that discomfort, by soothing the related stress.
The conventional wisdom, regarding meditation, is that it takes time to learn to meditate skillfully enough to do this, to steady the mind and avoid the frustration that makes stress – and pain – even worse than it already is.
So it makes sense to find the quickest way to correctly meditate, teaching your body to respond in a healthy way to stressful circumstances including ill health. Click here to learn more about a good program I recommend (my affiliate link).