Meditation Practice

Often we feel the need to find some tranquility in the otherwise frenzied experience we define as life. We need to step away — find some peace so we can let go of our daily worries — cleanse them from our beings. Like stepping into a forest, this meditation will teach you that calmness can surround you and fill your senses. This serenity allows us to leave everything else behind and ease our minds and bodies so that we can take life on again with a fresh and more peaceful approach. Use this meditation to reach a state of peaceful and mindful thought.  — Patsy Grey

I have  published my meditation practices for beginners in an ongoing series of posts in this blog.

Prayer or meditation: The Differences
Mindfulness Meditation
Every Day Meditation: Blue Sky Mind
The Heart-Rose Meditation
Buddhist Meditation: Mindful Breathing Practice
Meditation Practice: Preparation for Beginners
Meditation Practice: Mountain Meditation for Beginners
Meditation Practice: Candle Meditation for Beginners
Meditation Practice: Monkey Mind
Exploring Spaciousness: Experiencing Peace
Guided Imagery: A Small Vacation
Golden Apples Guided Meditation for Children
Learning One Minute Meditation
Birdsong: Five Minute Nature Meditations
15 Minute Forest Meditation
Benefiting from Meditation at Any Age
Meditation Simplification

See also:
What is Meditation? (Eckhart Tolle)
Yogic breathing exercises reduce pain and depression
Meditation CDs and audio downloads
Ten Guided Relaxation Tapes

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