This 10 minute guided mindfulness meditation offers plenty of quiet moments for present awareness and acceptance of what is, with gentle prompts and guidance throughout the meditation. Enjoy!
Successful Meditation in Yoga Takes Patience and Practice
In today’s online world, where everyone seems to be tweeting or updating their status every second of the day, the idea of simply sitting and clearing your mind of all the useless clutter in a quest for peace and clarity may seem strange. And, for some, impossible. But that is the goal of meditation in yoga, to achieve a state of peace and serenity through quiet introspection.Racing Thoughts Getting the Best of You When Meditating? Here’s the Answer
Whether you’re a first-time or expert meditator, odds are that when you start to meditate, you will be subject to what appears to be an actual, incessant, and absolutely uncontrollable flow of thought. In the Zen meditation tradition, this is called “watching the waterfall” – that perpetual torrent jetting out of your mind.Meditation Tips – 5 Factors of Focus
It is important for all students of meditation to get on the path of ever deepening focus! This allows you to constantly work on long term growth, no matter what activity you use to practice focus.Meditation Tips – 5 Ways to Develop Your Field of Focus
Broadening the field of growing focus is a powerful practice to supplement your practice of meditation. Virtually any activity in life can be used to develop focus, and the combined momentum of numerous smaller practices of concentration and focusing in addition to the primary practice of meditation is powerful, indeed.Flowing Meditation – 3 Powerful Tips For Developing Fluid Focus
A focused person displays more skill, gets more done, and enjoys the process more as they do it. Focus can transform any activity! The problem is the way we tend to focus. We often develop a lot of tension and pressure around the concept and activity of focusing. This tension and pressure actually restricts us from achieving deeper levels of focus.