Guided Meditation

 Guided Meditation

Meditation is a scientifically proven way of improving our well-being in general. Millions of people today in the world are using this ancient discipline for many purposes including stress management, health improvement, motivation and success in business, education..etc.

As we have described in the related articles, the essence of meditation is getting into thoughtless awareness without any mental effort or focusing exercise. And the goal is to achieve the yoga, enlightenment, getting connected to the source of the All-pervading Power. Without these spiritual goals, the meditation will only serve as an alternative health care product!

In the following section, you will have the chance to follow a guided meditation sample which is recorded for our online course.

Sit upright and relaxed, cross-legged, on the floor. If you choose to sit on a chair, place your feet a little apart from each other, without shoes. Rest your hands palms open and upward on your lap.

Plug in your headset and enjoy the free 8-minute guided meditation sample.

Guided Meditation Sample Breathing and getting into thoughtless

Duration: 08:52 min.

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We hope you enjoyed our guided meditation. We invite you to take our free online meditation course and get the full benefits of meditation.

Next: Sahaja Yoga Meditation – the gentle answer


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8 comment(s) so far, want to say something now?


  • sam
    May 18, 2011
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    This was very relaxing but i don’t know if i was thoughtless any tips thanks.

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    sambath kumar
    February 26th, 2013

    i was thoughtless & relaxed

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  • denise
    Aug 22, 2011
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    hi sam just kept, concentrating on the top of my head when my mind wandered

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  • Victoria D.
    Sep 7, 2011
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    What does she say at the end of the guided meditation with her hand pressing on her fontanel, “Mother, Please give me self ___? THANKS

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    admin
    September 7th, 2011

    “Self-realization”

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  • Leslie
    Jan 23, 2013
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    Can I lay down during the meditation. I find my body so uncomfortable, constantly shifting. I had previous bavck surgery. All movement interfers meditation. L

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  • Robyn
    May 4, 2013
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    I’ve been meditating for over two years. I suffer from ADHD & PTSD. It has changed my life for the better..Two years ago, I would have laughed at anyone who told me I could be at peace and quiet my mind using meditation. How wrong was I? Very. Knowing how my mind constantly chatters if the only reason I hadn’t looked into it long before then..
    insert my challenge
    Because it’s very difficult for me to slow down my mind..I’ve found guided meditation is best suited for me. I can’t find many resources for guided meditations. Could you please, suggest a link where I may find guided meditations? I have to depend on guided meditation to get sleep at bedtime..I enjoy the 1 hour + meditations…. Peace be with you..Thanks for your help…

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  • may
    May 17, 2013
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    I found this very relaxing…now ready for more for instruction.

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  • Dr M N Mishra
    Aug 14, 2013
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    Tell me if text of guided meditation is available online?

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  • Joe Randall
    Mar 1, 2014
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    I really needed this. I feel relaxed and ready to work on my research project now.

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