In this first free guided meditation video, I take you through the exact simple steps of how to meditate.
But in addition to that, I also teach what meditation is, a major misconception, and why meditation is a massively self-destructive force (watch the video for why). And of course, how to use it to open up those gaps between thoughts ~ to reveal your own bliss and joy that resides there.
Before you play the video, I would suggest to you to take this very seriously. Don’t just play the video for a few seconds to see my winning personality ;-), but really make sure to block out the time to do this. Play the whole thing. Because, once you have watched the video, and followed along with me, you will be able to take what you learn and meditate every single day from now on.
Here are the ingredients:
- A quiet place to sit for 15 minutes
- A distraction free environment
- An upright, comfortable sitting posture
The Meditative Experience
As I was recording this meditation for you I experienced a very profound and “deep” state of being. I felt my “heart center” open, and a very warm tingling throughout the body. Occasional tingles would run up my back, and gently reverberate downward again. It was a peaceful and joyous experience.
BUT, I have had equally important meditations where I felt the exact opposite of this. I’ve felt impatient, uncomfortable, even angry during meditation. Just know that whatever you might feel during meditation is fine. Just observe it, and allow it to be.
If you do experience any so-called “undesirable” or “negative” sensations, it’s most likely your mind fighting you back. It’s unwilling to submit to your command, having been so used to controlling you for all these years. You are in control. Sit with the feelings, and accept them as happening. Sit. Breathe. Relax.
It’s all part of the journey.
How did you go?
When you have completed the meditation, please share with us how you went with it. I’d love to hear your experiences in the comments below. And for more practical information, you can go to my meditation page.