Free online guided meditation is a wonderful thing. There are lots of written meditations that are posted online but it can sometimes be difficult to interpret or to meditate if you don’t have a context to put it in. With guided meditation you can sit and listen and close your eyes and be guided into stillness and an opening of the heart.
I find that I really enjoy listening to guided meditation. And I will listen to different kinds of meditations too. Sometimes a change from my own meditation practices is welcomed. I feel that I learn something new from each guided meditation that I listen to.
Self observation is the 1st spiritual practice. You learn to relax into now, not next. Stay awake to what you have already accomplished and start to find out what you are really like.
Meditation gives you a sense of self and a sense of belonging. You learn to be more receptive to things as thy are. Creativity happens for you more often.
We get into the flow by surrender, not effort. You can let go of thoughts and be receptive to a greater reality. Learn to stay receptive and be carried by this one moment, this one breath.
Free Secret Garden Meditation
Click the image to go to the free meditations at Meditainment. Meditainment has helped bring meditation to the masses. They provide a large selection of guided meditations on many topics of interest from relaxation, to self-discovery, to music to pain management. This is an online resource of over 60 downloadable audio meditations, video meditations, and meditation music mp3’s.
Free Online Guided Meditation
Click easy meditation techniques to go to my page of free Heart Rhythm Meditation practices. Be guided into stillness and an opening of your heart.
Heart Health and Cardiac Fitness
There’s alot that is known about the importance of managing stress for your heart. One study showed that people with heart disease tend to be impatient, overly competitive and hostile.
Cardiac research shows that practices like guided imagery, meditation, yoga and other stress management training can actually reverse coronary artery disease (CAD). This was thought to be impossible until Dr Dean Ornish proved that it was true.
See this video interview Dr Ornish did with Oprah in 2011.