Guided Meditation For Beginners ♥ Relaxing Stream & Bird Sound Meditation | Misu Yoga

Guided Meditation For Beginners ♥ Relaxing Stream & Bird Sound Meditation | Misu Yoga


Welcome to my meditation for a peaceful
day. Today meditation is gonna be all about learning how to start meditation for beginners as well as for the first time Most people who try meditation for the
first time have a very specific goal to reduce stress and it’s a terrific tool for
that. The bonus is that the calm you experience seeps into other moments of your
day Namaste my name is Misu and today I’m
gonna guide you how to do meditation the basic meditation. It’s so easy for everyone
especially for beginners and meditation is very easy. It’s not so complicated as you thought. It’s just focus on your breathing in and breathing out, that’s it
so I’m here in a very beautiful place the natural stream inside a
resort. I like to listening to the sounds of nature, especially the sounds of
stream, the water flows and humming bird. Are you ready to meditate?
Let’s get started! Find a comfortable position. You can
be seated on a pillow, on the floor or on your bed anywhere leaning against the
wall, just find a place for yourself or there’s peace and quiet and where you can allow yourself to go deep within. Resting your both hands on the knees or
interlock your fingers and whatever is the most comfortable.
Inhale and exhale Gently, close your eyes begin to bring all
of your awareness to your breath Take a deep breath. Let’s begin with our meditation. Breath normally through your nose with your mouth closed. Focus on breath moving
in and out of your nostrils or on the rise and fall of your belly. Feel the surface
underneath your sit bones whether that is the pillow or the floor allow
yourself to slowly begin to sink and melt into the ground. Let go.
Allow your eyes to feel heavy. Relax your entire face let go any motions or
thoughts. Simply, allow your mind to take a pause from analyzing, judging or
thinking, give yourself permission to rest. Inhale and exhale. Noticing that
powerful energy running through you. Allow your hands to be relaxed, the
shoulders to be relaxed, just felling the belly rise and fall as you gently breath breath in and breath out, let go of your
body, let go everything that you know let yourself enjoy this very present moment. You find yourself with a greater, more natural sense of
balance, more compassion for yourself and others. Overtime, you may notice
that you see the “big picture” of your life more clearly and are able to make a
better decisions about it. There is no right or wrong way to do it;
whatever resonates for you is the method you will want to return to. If you think
meditation is something only Buddish monks (or people with lives less crazzed than yours) can do, think again We realize that we are much greater than
this physical form we embody. Enjoy each inhalation and exhalation if you
notice any thoughts and to your mind do not let that be discouraging. It’s very
normal to notice different mind chatter and to your mind, especially when you have first understanding the process of meditation Simply, acknowledge that the thoughts
are there and then come back to the breath Notice that they are there but don’t pay any attentions to what they mean just let them drift on by as you let go. Slowly, begin to bring your awareness
back to your breath and body. Take your palms together
and slightly apply to entire your face and the eyes Feel the energy running around
you. Open your palms Gently, look at your plams with a feeling and peaceful. Thank you so much for joining me today and I hope you guys enjoy a lot thank you so much from a bottom of my heart to yours. See yah!

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