We start with the basics of meditation.
START THE 21-DAY MEDITATION CHALLENGE NOW!
This challenge is for those who want to learn how to meditate, to be guided in their practice, for those who already practice meditation or for those who might want to reduce their stress, their anxiety, find alternatives to heal themselves, or simply those who want to reconnect with the present moment.
This challenge is part of Your Positive Mind Meditation Podcast hosted by Andrew.
The foundation of your practice.
OBSERVING YOUR THOUGHTS
Simply observing your thoughts and letting them go is an effective meditation technique
Helps in improving concentration power and mental strength.
Scan your body for tension, tightness, pain, or anything out of the ordinary. Benefits of body scan meditations include reduced anxiety, improved sleep, decreased pain, better focusing skills, and greater self-awareness.
Discover how one word can recenter yourself at anytime.
Combine 2 types of meditation for better results
Use a mirror to make eye contact with your own reflection instead of closing your eyes and turning your attention inward.
Focuses on the use of guided imagery to cultivate certain psychological qualities.
Strengthen the connection between your body and mind
Boosts self-compassion, awareness, resilience, and other qualities that help improve self-esteem
Heals your wounds
Deeply release long held stress and tension
Effective for self-critical individuals in reducing self-criticism and depressive symptoms, and improving self-compassion and positive emotions
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Brings forth the pure and fundamental energy of life, honoring the dignity and possibility of our ordinary lives
calms your nervous system, and decreases stress in your body
Activates and aligns your energy centres for inner peace, heightened mental awareness, stress relief, and even better sleep.
Based on contemplation, meditation, and active compassion, Tonglen trains the mind to be more empathetic and aware.
Help us gain a greater sense of control over our thoughts, feelings, and actions, allowing us to respond in more constructive ways when we experience negative thoughts or emotions.
Involves observing your thoughts and emotions as they are, without judging or dwelling on them.
Decreases in stress and anxiety within minutes