Spiritual Gifted Psychic


by on Jul.15, 2013, under Uncategorized


Meditation is important for both body and soul. It helps with relaxation, reduces anxiety, enhances the immune system, reduction of free radicals, weight loss, decreases the aging process, decreases muscle tension, produce lasting beneficial changes in the brain’s electrical activity, cures headaches and migraines, increases serotonin levels, resolves phobias/fears, helps with focus/concentration, greater communication between the two brain hemispheres, higher intelligence growth rate, decreases aggression, provides peace of mind, helps with forgiveness, increases synchronicity in your life, just to name a few.  Meditation is free and requires no special equipment or classes. The best thing is there are NO adverse side effects. 🙂

The best way to start out with meditation is to let go of your expectations. These can be very distracting.  For a beginner please sit in a straight back chair. This will help keep your back straight and your chakras aligned. If you get too comfortable it is easy to fall asleep for beginners. Sit with your feet flat on the floor, hands resting on your legs and your back and neck straight. Now is the time to relax your entire body. Start with your scalp…feel the tension melt away, relax your forehead, your eyes, your cheeks, your lips, your jawbone, your neck, shoulders, chest, back, stomach, hips, thighs, calves, ankles, feet, toes…all relaxed…imagine it all flowing out of your toes into Mother Earth. Go back up to your arms….relax your biceps, your forearms, your wrists, palms fingers and thumbs…all flowing out and into Mother Earth. Mother Earth can absorb the negative or stress and transform it back to positive. Now that your body is totally relaxed, breath….listen to how your breath sounds moving in and out of your nose/mouth. Feel your body absorb the oxygen, filling your up. (never think or say anything negative while meditating because we are at a state that absorbs suggestions very easily) Feel the air fill your lungs…and how it feels as your body releases it. As you meditate try to not even think of your breathing…think of nothing. If thoughts come up then concentrate on your breathing again. The idea of meditation is not to think of anything at all. For most of us that is next to impossible. We have to train our brains to let go, not think about the ‘to do’ lists. If we think of only one thing, our breathing, it becomes easier to let go of that and think of nothing. There is no timer on meditation. The best way to approach it is to do it until you can’t anymore. Do not set timers, do not think “I am going to meditate for 30 minutes this time”.  ALL of that is a distraction and can end up making us feel like we have failed.  Meditate for as long as you can for as often as you can. It is that simple. 🙂

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