Sept. 9, 2019

5 Minute Guided Breath Meditation For Beginners

5 Minute Guided Breath Meditation For Beginners

Creating your own meditation practice can be as simple as setting aside just five minutes a day to listen to your breath. One of the greatest benefits of meditating is that it is entirely up to you as to how, when and how long you want to meditate. You have the ability to create your own meditation practice and find a balance that works for you and your lifestyle.

Meditation can be as simple as just listening to your breath in and out of your nose or chest. Just sit down, get comfortable and just breathe in and out. You will find a rhythm that works for you, and, the more you practice the easier the process will become uniquely you.

Meditation one of the most powerful method for living I have learned, but it also one of the most simple processes.


Welcome to this meditation for beginners it's wonderful that you are here. Meditation is a very important tool to use in our lives to keep us centered and balanced.

Meditation is a practice and the best part is you cannot do it wrong. Today we will practice a very simple form of meditation, one that can be done anytime, anywhere.

Begin by sitting in a position that is comfortable for you. Taking a moment to focus on your spine. We often have a tendency to sit hunched over, especially when we use electronics. Meditation is a great time to reach, retrain ourselves to sit up straight, tall, and proud.

Let your palms rest gently in your lap, facing downwards and whenever you're ready, just softly close your eyes if that is comfortable for you. If it's not, you can just let your gaze rest gently on the floor. Begin to bring your awareness to your breathing without trying to judge it or change it.

Just let yourself notice how you are currently breathing, and what muscles do you use when you breathe. Where does the air go when it flows in? How does it feel as it exits out? Anytime you find your mind wandering, no, that that's perfectly okay. Just return your awareness to your breath. Letting yourself be curious.

How is my breath flowing in and out of my body? And on your next inhale, intentionally breathe through your nose, feeling your stomach and chest. Expand and exhale through your mouth, feeling your stomach and chest contract.

Continue the cycle. Breathing in through your nose has your stomach and chest rises and exhaling through your mouth as your stomach and chest fall. As you let yourself be intentional with how you breathe, it gives your mind something to hold onto, something to focus on.

Let yourself be fully present with this breath. Noticing the coolness of the

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