Powerful Guided Mindfulness Meditation 10 Minutes


A 10 Minute Mindful Guided Meditation providing a very powerful experience living in the moment.

Dealing With Emotions With Meditation

It is important to appreciate the power of your feelings. We often disguise our true feelings – an apparent calm that hides emotions ablaze. Therefore, we unconsciously are affecting our well-being.

Breathing Meditation – Your Safe Harbor in a Storm

Breathing meditation is one of the simplest and easiest mindfulness exercises. Focusing awareness on your breathing takes your attention away from the raging tempest of thoughts and emotions that usually accompany a time of great stress. When you feel like you are spiraling out of control on the way to rock bottom, breathing meditation can be a lifeline around your sanity. Let’s take a look at how easy and effective this can be.

Walking Meditation – Awareness To Go!

Walking meditation may seem like a contradiction in terms. How can you meditate while you’re walking, you might ask; aren’t we supposed to be sitting in some special, contorted position? But if the purpose of your meditation is to practice mindfulness, then cultivating awareness of your body and your inner states while walking is an excellent place to start. It’s also very easy to incorporate into your day, because even when you have a million things to do, you’re always going to have to do some walking. So let’s see how you can take your meditation with you, wherever you go.

Heart Wisdom

The heart is the captain. Looking to the mind for answers and guidance, at least for the important questions and problems, can only produce unsatisfactory results, for the head is the heart’s low second in command.

Learn Ramana Maharshi’s Meditation Technique for Enlightenment

Self inquiry is one of the most powerful and effective meditation techniques used by thousands of people all over the world. Taught by the enlightened Guru, Ramana Maharshi, this meditation technique alone has helped many people experience profound states of meditation, samadhi and even self realization. At the most mundane level, self inquiry is asking “Who am I?

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