How To Meditate For Beginners: 7 Easy Steps Of “Spontaneous Meditation™”
How to meditate for beginners is one of the two main purposes of this website. Possibly, when you tried meditation in the past, you encountered many thoughts and emotions. You may even have thought, "I can’t meditate". If so, breathe easy... you will be able to meditate at Meditation Escape™.
There is one meditation to discover on nearly every page of this website! The type of meditation here is Spontaneous Meditation™. If you’re an experienced meditator, this type of meditation can help you go deeper.
How to meditate for beginners leads to perfect happiness, the goal of life. It lets you ride all the ups and downs of life with equanimity -- from your heart. Meditation exists for this purpose.
Spontaneous Meditation™ is like this... one moment you’re thinking; then, suddenly you’re resting blissfully and serenely in your heart space, that "I AM", beyond all your life roles. When that occurs, you have connected to your source of love, harmony, wisdom and creativity.
How to meditate for beginners contains a secret that I will share with you. You may be thinking OK, what do I need to do? Follow these 7 easy steps:
- Meditation begins by relaxing your body. Only then will your mind be willing to meditate. So it’s a continuation of what you're doing here already ... taking time to be relaxed in your chair.
- Adjust your posture. Sitting comfortably straight is a vital key to meditating.
- Relax your neck by very gently moving your head in small circles, or backwards and forwards and from side to side -- always do this very gently. NOTE: Do not do this if you've had a stroke or are under doctor's care. Go to next step.
- How to meditate for beginners is so easy... lower your shoulders or roll them a few times, if they're tight.
- Ground your body by sitting firmly on the chair. Shift your weight if necessary to become more comfortable. Stretch out your legs if you want to and then align them again. Now relax... your belly, thighs, knees, calves, ankles and feet.
- Release any tight, sore area/s in your body. Do this by breathing two or three times "into" those spots. Take your time.
- Breathe mindfully. That means noticing your breath. It’s much like watching waves on water. Let it be how it wants to be. As you notice your breath now, it may be shallow, uneven or jerky. It’s OK however it is. You’re just observing it with attention and affection -- every inhale and exhale.
If you engaged in the 7 Steps, congratulations! Now that your body is relaxed, meditating will be easy. You may already have slipped into meditation once or twice while relaxing your body...
Would you like to discover a simple meditation technique? You can practice it anywhere and anytime you feel stuck, anxious, stressed or upset.
Fill in the form below to receive as a gift from me a Guided Meditation download. It will restore your calm & balance and re-energize you for the next task. As a bonus, you will also receive 7 Easy Meditation Tips--one a week. You'll love them, they are practical and quick. You'll feel more peaceful, focused, and relaxed.
^Top of this Page^ How To Meditate For Beginners
Meditation Home Study >>
<< Learn to Meditate
© Copyright Meditation Escape™-All rights reserved