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Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years, and has been proven to be effective for improving your emotional, physiological, and spiritual wellbeing.

Guided Meditation

By Natalie Taggart

Meditation (Dhyana) can be practiced anywhere at anytime. 

Here are a few key elements to keep in mind before beginning your meditation:

  • Pratyahara. A quiet setting -  Remove distractions, and create a comfortable setting. You may be seated, laying down, or in other positions including walking or other peaceful activities.

  • Asana. Sit in Easy Pose, or find any other posture you can maintain with ease. Just try to be comfortable so that you can get the most out of your meditation. Aim to keep good posture with ease.

  • Pranayama. Breath Practices - begin with basic breath counting.  Count the length of your inhales and the length of your exhales.  Work towards longer stretches, eventually building to two complete breath cycles a minute.

  • Dharana. Focusing your attention is a key element of meditation. This is typically the most challenging aspect of meditation, you can use mantras or mudras to help keep you in the moment.  Counting mala beads is another physical way to focus your attention

  • Self Compassion. As you notice yourself following thoughts, simply notice and shift your focus back to your breath, body, or task.  

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