Anyone can practice meditation. It’s simple and inexpensive, and it doesn’t require anything other than yourself. Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years and was initially meant to help deeper understand the concept of the sacredness of life.
In modern times we use meditation for a variety of things such as facilitating relaxation, stress reduction, anger management, quieting negative thoughts, promoting healthier sleep, and more!
MySoulrenity would like to share with you, this free meditation…
This 10-minute meditation will assist you in focusing on relaxing without worry, guilt, or fear that you “should” be doing something else. Settle in for a brief but much needed dose of self-care time.
Meditation is an easy way to shift away from the information overload that builds up every day and contributes to unpleasant feelings we sometimes hold within.
It doesn’t matter what level of meditation you are familiar with (beginner, intermediate, or advanced), the many benefits are the same:
- Increase your self-awareness
- Reduce negative talk + emotions
- Focus on the *NOW*
- Grow your level of patience and tolerance
- Build tools to manage anxiety and stress
- Increase creativity and imagination
- Gain new insight on stressful situations
- …and more!
Meditation is considered a type of mind-body complementary medicine and can allow for a deep state of relaxation and a tranquil mind and it’s our honor to offer you this complimentary guided meditation. Consider it a gift for you and anyone you feel may benefit from the practice of meditation.
Look inward and tap into your self power and inner peace.
Meditation is generally considered a safe activity, especially at the beginning levels. At these levels, it is mainly a practice in deep stillness, breathing and presence. If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation. Anything we say or write should be understood as our own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you interpret our free content.