3 Meditations For Remaining Calm•
Posted on April 18 2020
Hello, Dear Magical Members!
Today we are sharing a couple of our favorite guided meditations to help you remain calm in these dire times. Repeat at least one meditation daily for the best results. Also, a nice way of focusing completely on the meditation is turning off notifications, and turning on an alarm for 30-40 minutes – depending on the length of the chosen meditation
1. Harnessing Calmness Meditation
We are starting things off with our Harnessing Calmness Guided Meditation:
Sit down in a comfortable position. Make sure you place a pillow or something on the floor because you will be in this position for at least 30 minutes.
Take a few deep calming breaths.
Breathe in and breathe out. Feel the air getting into the lower parts of your lungs, towards the belly, then filling in the lungs, up to your throat. Then slowly exhale through your nose until all the air is out of your lungs.
Breathe in and breathe out.
Now that you are calmer and relaxed, focus on visualizing darkness in which you are currently sitting. There is no one else, it’s only you. There is nothing else, it’s only you. Breathe in and breathe out.
Then place your hands slightly bent, with the palms upwards and visualize the immense light and calm energy in the Universe. Ask the Universe to send calmness on your way. Visualize the whole space around you getting overflown with light, and the darkness lifting until you float in immense light clouds of energy.
Now, visualize your breath entering your chest. Focus on the feeling of fullness and fulfillment as you take each breath. Then visualize your breath as a light within you. Visualize how the light enters you and little by little, breath by breath your whole body radiates with light energy.
The light energy within you is flowing calmly, easily. It doesn’t rush, it doesn’t cause waves, it just is.
Then place your palms back on your knees, and take a few deep breaths and enjoy the immense inner calmness you feel.
When you feel ready, start moving your fingers, then wiggle your toes, move your head left and right, and open your eyes.
Thank the Universe for the immense calmness that was sent on your way.
2. Reconnecting With Nature Meditation
This Meditation should be practiced during the day, in a well-lit room. We suggest that if you fall easily asleep to lay on the floor instead of your comfortable bed. This Meditation is best to be practiced at least once a week for 10-20 minutes.
Lay down on your back in a room that is well lighted during the day. If you can’t make it so, then don’t worry, simply lay back and relax and take your Palo Santo Necklace and place it on your chest, to boost the connection with Mother Nature. Breathe in and breathe out.
Calm yourself, calm your mind. Focus on your breathing.
Slowly start to distance yourself from your everyday life, of your worries, of your chatter and work issues, leave it all behind. Breathe in and breathe out.
Now begin to visualize a forest. You slowly walk between the trees.
Focus on one particular unique tree. Observe it closely, it’s trunk, roots, size, leafs. Now lie beneath it, between its roots.
As your head touches the roots, your body dissolves and you become nothing but light that travels within the tree itself. You can feel a sense of belonging to unity with Mother Nature. You can feel your soul getting calmer as your energy synchronizes with Nature.
Your journey begins. Visualize your path. From the trunk of the tree to its branches, to its leafs, and then to another, and another tree until you reach the end of the forest.
And then you soar through the sky, between each and every cloud. You arrive on a beautiful beach with palm trees and you pass through each and every one of them before continuing your journey in the ocean.
Endless prosperity of water is before you as you ride the waves. You are everywhere, in each tree, in each lake, sea, ocean, in the tiniest of winds, in each pebble in each dessert. You are one with Nature itself.
Now return to the tree. Focus on your breathing. Breathe in and breathe out. As the light which you have become slowly dissolves, you can sense your body.
Breathe in and breathe out. Feel how your lungs get filled with air as you are breathing.
You can open your eyes when you feel ready.
3. Anchoring Meditation
This meditation takes 30-40 minutes to complete. And it is best to repeat it daily.
Sit on your chair with your back straight.
Breathe in and breathe out. Feel how your breathing fills your chest with air.
Focus on your heartbeat. Listen to how your heart beats inside your chest.
Now bring your focus over your overall body. Feel how your blood pulses in your veins.
Focus on how your heart and blood flow are perfectly synchronized.
Now, focus on how your blood travels. Feel how it’s pumped from your heart to your fingers. Feel how they tingle when the blood reaches the tips.
Raise your hand towards your face. Breathe in and breathe out. Now open your eyes.
Look at your hand and focus on feeling the tingling sensation in your fingertips. Observe every tiny detail about your hand. The length of your nails, the length of your fingers, how your hand rotates slowly while you observe it.
Breathe in and breathe out. Close your eyes again and put your hand down.
Focus on the beating of your heart. Feel how your blood pulses. Focus on the harmony of beating and transferring energy with each beat.
Breathe in and breathe out. Smile, because you cherish every part of your body, every part of harmony within it. Be grateful for being able to sense such synchronicity as the one your body offers.
Breathe in and breathe out. Open your eyes when you feel ready.