Within every Being is the peace and purity that resonates with the soul. Find the stillness within, and discover what meditation is a perfect start to better days. Mediation gets your mind and body in sync and ready for whatever the day throws your way. Plus, it’s a great way to de-stress and relax. Why not add This Beautiful Practice to Your Morning Routine.
Meditation is often seen as spritual and something separate from our everyday lives. But what if we could bring a sense of spirituality into our lives everyday? Would we feel better? More connected? More at peace?
When you take the time to connect with your spirituality, you open yourself up to a sense of peace and calm. You will find your worries and fears start to dissipate. You may even start to see the world in a new, more positive light. So why not give it a try? You might just be surprised at how much better you feel.
How Do I Sart A Morning Meditation Routine?
One of the best ways to start your day is by taking some time for yourself.
A beautiful practice to add to your morning routine is mediation. Set your alarm slightly earlier is a good place to start. You can lay down or sit up but dont fall back to sleep. For just a few moments focus on the breathing. In and out feel them go through your body and out in goes is calm and peace and out is stress and anxiety.
Meditation allows you to find the stillness within, and connect with your spirituality. When you find the peace and purity that resonates with your soul, amazing things happen. One tthing for sure is you start to feel better.
There are many different ways to meditate, so you can find the method that works best for you. Whether you sit in silence or listen to calming music, meditation is a great way to start your day.
When you sit still long enough to listen to your breath move in and out of your body, you can hear the breath of your inner Being. This is the true nature of who you truly are.
“Wisdom comes with the ability to be still. Just look and just listen. No more is needed. Being still, looking, and listening activates the non-conceptual intelligence within you. Let stillness direct your words and actions.” ~ Eckhart Tolle
Practice Breathing From Your Heart
Close your eyes and inhale, taking a deep breath while you hold your hands on your stomach, feeling your belly moving out.
As you inhale, imagine a brilliant white ball of light surrounding your body. Breathe this light into your heart and visualize it overflowing to the rest of the body as you breathe.
Three seconds breathe in, and six seconds breathe out.
Let this powerful, beautiful, healing energy move through your body as you breathe slowly. Let it wash through your heart and to the rest of your body.
Feel the air move in and out of the lungs.
As the light travels through the body, every cell, every organ, and the entire body is encapsulated in this marvellous light.
Notice a tingling sensation radiating throughout your entire body, moving to the beat of your heart and the rhythm of your breath.
If you follow this often, you will discover a quietness and the most lovely, warm essence. Inside, calm and bliss will be felt. This undying love was given to you from the start of your life.
Breathe Easy and Slowly With This Beautiful Practice
Slowly exhale all the troubles and problems that you might have and let the light carry them away. You are breathing from the heart, now connected with the most beautiful light emanating outward through your body and surrounding you.
Stay in this for a few moments breathing peacefully from the heart and light of the purest of energy. After 3 to 5 minutes of this tender breathing, you will feel much better than when you started.
Slowly open your eyes and scan the room. Do you feel better in the space where you sit? Look around and acknowledge everything around you. How do you feel?
Wait a few minutes and continue with your day.
How Can I Do Simple Meditation At Home?
For many people, spirituality and meditation go hand in hand. However, you don’t need to be a religious person to benefit from meditation. In fact, anyone can learn how to meditate and experience the resulting peace and calm. The best part is that you don’t need to go to a special place or use any expensive equipment. With a little practice, you can learn how to meditate anywhere, anytime.
There are many different ways to meditate, but one of the simplest is to focus on your breath. Start by finding a comfortable position, such as sitting in a chair with your feet flat on the floor. Then close your eyes and begin to pay attention to your breath. Notice the way your chest rises and falls with each inhale and exhale. If your mind begins to wander, simply redirect your focus back to your breath. Continue for 5-10 minutes, then slowly open your eyes and resume your day.
If you’re new to meditation, start with a short session and gradually increase the length of time as you become more comfortable with the practice.
What Are The Benefits of Meditation?
Meditation has been shown to have numerous benefits, including reducing stress, improving concentration, and promoting overall wellbeing. It enables people to focus and connect with their inner selves. Meditation is a simple and effective way to feel better mentally and spiritually. Meditation can be done for any length of time, but even a few minutes can produce noticeable benefits.
As I sit down to meditate, I take a deep breath and begin to focus on my breath. In and out, in and out. As I continue to focus, I start to notice how my mind begins to wander. First, it goes to what I need to do later today. Then it starts planning tomorrow’s tasks. Soon, my mind is racing with a million thoughts and I can’t seem to focus at all.
But then something amazing happens. Furthermore, the more I try to focus on my breath, the more my mind slows down. Eventually, it quiets completely and all that’s left is peace and stillness. It’s like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders and for just a few moments, I feel weightless.
Nevertheless, you can do this exercise a couple of times throughout the day if you are feeling stressed. Often, when you are waiting, this is an excellent time to just listen to the breath without doing the entire breathing exercise.
It brings a sense of calm to you and wraps you up in love. Not only is this a beautiful practice to add to your morning routine, but it helps you get in touch with your higher self.
How Can I Make My Mindful Routine?
If you’re looking for a way to start your day on the right foot, or want to set some positive intentions for yourself each morning, consider adding meditation to your routine. Just 10-15 minutes of mediation can help center and focus you so that you can take on the day with a clear mind and open heart.
And if you find that meditating in the morning doesn’t quite fit into your schedule, no worries! You can always add it in as a nighttime ritual before bed. Consider signing up to my Intention Calendar. Twice a month, I send out an email with a list of daily intentions that can help manifest your goals. It’s been incredibly helpful for me, and I hope it can be helpful for you too. Are there any other tips or tricks that have worked well for you when it comes to starting your day positively?
I’d love to know how it made you feel?