Useful Tools

Meditation & Manifesting

What is Meditation?
Meditation is a technique which helps to achieve peace and clarity of mind by focusing on a single point, like meditation music or your breathing. It’s a way of quieting the thoughts that can be constantly running through your head and distracting you from the present moment.
The basics of meditation are not as difficult as they may seem. All it takes is a little practice and you’ll be able to calm your mind in a matter of minutes.

It has been found that meditation is good for mental health and emotional balance. It’s a great tool you can use as part of your self care routine.

Meditation is a fantastic way to get in touch with yourself and explore your thoughts, feelings, and emotions. All you need to do is set aside some time for this activity every day to see the benefits of it in your life.

Meditation & Law of Attraction
In terms of your energy, mediation can be a really positive way of enabling feelings of peace and calmness.

Positive emotions such as these are brilliant for raising your vibration and therefore your potential for manifesting. Many people use their meditation practice to visualise their goals.

How to Meditate

1. Set a specific time and place for meditation. (Early morning can be a lovely way to start your day)

2. Start by sitting in a comfortable position (use pillows if necessary) with your back straight, legs uncrossed, hands gently on your thighs, and eyes closed.

3. Set a timer for 3-5 mins

4. Focus on the breath as it comes in through the nose or mouth, feel it move all the way down into your lungs and then out again.

5. Keep breathing deeply and slowly. Every time your mind wanders, gently bring your attention back to your breathing, until your timer goes off.

Different Approaches

Guided Meditations: There are hundreds of these available on YouTube and many guided ones people use for manifesting.

Traditional meditation doesn’t suit everyone. Being mindful could involve something different entirely.
Ideas could include walking in nature, knitting, colouring in, or even journaling.


Do you meditate? Feel free to share your experiences in the comments!

 

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