Welcome to week two of my three part May Meditation Series! I hope you enjoyed last week’s video on alternate nostril breathing, and that in practicing that gloriously calming technique, you’re ready to take it to the next level with a seated breath meditation.
I won’t go into too many details here as this video is a little on the longer side (8.5 minutes, I guess I was feeling chatty that day!). But here is a preview of what you will receive when you watch it:
- The issues I had with meditation when I first began practicing.
- The truth about the “right” way to meditate.
- Advice on how to approach it when you’re first starting out.
- Clear instructions on doing a seated breath meditation, taken from the Anapanasati method I learned in Thailand, plus three useful tips for keeping your mind focused in silence.
- How to get through those moments when the mind becomes fixated on a distracting thought or intense emotion.
- A guided meditation to get you started before you try it on your own.
Remember, taking time to sit in silence, listen, and breathe is a wonderful gift you can give yourself, and all those with whom you share your life. Start small, be patient, and keep it simple.
Take action now:
1) Give it a try and report your insights below.
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Best wishes and lots of love,