Breath Meditation - A Guided Meditation for You to Practice

Breath Meditation – A Guided Meditation for You to Practice

Previously, I wrote a blog post about Breath Meditation and how to practice it. In that blog post, I also share how to do breath meditation.

Some of you have indicated to me that you would like a blog post that simply features the breath meditation. Just that, so that you can practice it without having to go through all the information about what it is about, how to practice it, when to practice it, etc.

So, for all of you who simply would like to just practice breath meditation, here is the blog post for you.

This is a guided meditation. All you have to do read this article, and understand what is breath meditation all about. Then play the video, listen and follow my guidance.

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Breath Meditation – Guided Meditation Transcript

1. Begin your breath meditation practice by sitting comfortably.

2. You can either sit comfortably on a chair or on a cushion in a semi lotus position. 

For a beginner, you might like to read my blog post about how to create the ideal conditions for your meditation practice.

3. Place your open right hand on top of your open left hand.

4. Let your left and right thumbs lightly touch each other.

5. Imagine White Light coming down from the heavens, surrounding you, and protecting you.

Notes: The White Light is from the divine source. The divine source is the divine being whom you choose to believe in.

6. Take a deep breath in through your nostrils. Take as much air into your lungs as possible. Then slowly exhale. Focus on the air going in and out your nostrils.

7. Take another deep breath in through your nostrils. Take as much air into your lungs as possible. Then slowly exhale. Focus on the air going in and out your nostrils.

8. Once more, take another deep breath in through your nostrils. Take as much air into your lungs as possible. Then slowly exhale. Focus on the air going in and out your nostrils.

Notes: This will totally relax your body. It is a signal to your body that you are ready to relax. Do not allow thoughts of the day’s activities or concerns enter your mind. Brush away problems at the office, home or with your relationships, etc. Do not let these thoughts intrude your precious meditation time.

9. Now, close your mouth. In your mouth, press your tongue gently against the hard palate that is just behind the row of front teeth at your upper jaw.

10. If you have not done so by now, then gently close your eyes. Look at the back of your eyelids.

11. By now, you should be breathing as you normally would. Keep breathing naturally.

12. Next, we will start feeling the sensations of the body. This is an inward journey. It is done so that the mind does not get distracted and wander externally.

13. Let’s start with your forehead. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

Notes: Stop and savor the sensations as you feel each part of your body.

14. Next, your eyes. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

15. Next, your nose. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

16. Next, your lips. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

17. Next, your cheeks. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

18. Next, your neck and shoulders. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

19. Next, your arms. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

20. Next, your upper chest. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

21. Next, your lower chest. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

22. Next, your hips. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

23. Next, your legs. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale, release any tension there.

Notes: Spend a few minutes going through this process of feeling the sensations throughout your body. Do not hurry. Take your time. This process is not only to relax your muscles. It is also to help you center your self.

Meditation Tip: When you are adept at meditation, you will ground and center more quickly. At this stage, you do not need to go through the long process mentioned above. You will know when you are able to settle down inwardly.

24. With your entire body now relaxed, continue to breathe naturally. Do the entire breathing cycle naturally.

Notes: You can feel the air at the opening of your nostrils, or at your upper lip. Breathe naturally. There is no need to control your breathing. Just feel the air going in and out.

25. Focus on one breathing cycle at a time.

26. Continue focusing and observing your breath until the end of the meditation session.

This meditation will continue for another 10 to 15 minutes of silence.

And now, enjoy your meditation in silence.

Continue breathing naturally.

Namaste


Breath Meditation – A Guided Meditation for You to Practice

Timotheus Final Thoughts
Flowing Love Meditation

After you have practiced this meditation, you will feel much better. So kudos to you for completing and practicing it.

In addition, I would like to add some gentle advice. Try to meditate for at least 10 minutes. If you can do it for 15, 20, 30 or even 60 minutes, it is better. Take your time to slowly increase the amount of time you spend on meditation.

Do come back daily to practice this breath meditation. You will reap many benefits with your meditation practice.

And if you have any questions about Breath Meditation – A Guided Meditation for You to Practice. Please leave your questions in the comments section.  I will be happy to answer and help you.

I will be sharing more about spiritual experiences, meditation and meditation related topics in future videos and blog posts. Remember to join the Flowing Love Meditation community to be updated whenever I publish a new video or blog post.

Think Good Thoughts to Create Good Things

Timotheus
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