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Guided meditation is for everybody. If you have never meditated before or you would like to deepen your meditation practice, guided meditation can help. It is a process where an experienced practitioner or teacher verbally or via a sound recording or a combination of both instructs you to relax and meditate. The best way to find out whether guided meditation is for you or not, is to attend a session. Start by booking a single session just to check how comfortable you are. You can book a session with your nearest meditation center or you can come to us. Either way, we recommend you experiencing it first-hand.
You can take as many Guided Meditation Classes as you like. However, for beginners we recommend a 30-minute Guided Meditation Class a day for 21 days. These classes can be in person or in the comfort of your home using the audio recording available here. The recommendation is based on interactions we have had with participants about the effect of participating in a single session versus 21. Most participants have shared that it is only after the third session that they start seeing change in their mood and behaviour.
Although guided meditation for sleep is known to improve the quality of sleep, the main goal is to help you access your subconscious and deepen your meditation practice. For beginners however, it is a process to calm the mind as a preparation for meditation. Although the aim of guided meditation is not to put you to sleep but being able to sleep deeply is a benefit by default. Most people fall asleep during the Guided Meditation session simply because their body is short of sleep and rest. Unless that need is taken care of, you will not be able to meditate. So, it can be said that Guided Meditation helps improve quality of sleep.
Yes. There are two ways how guided meditation for mindfulness can help you live a better life.
On a worldly level, with the ability to live in the present, comes the ability to leave behind sorrows of the past and worries of the future. This in turn influences the decisions you take and the relationships you are part of, in a very positive way. In other words, mindfulness creates a conducive environment for interpersonal relationships to grow, while reducing the damage you may cause because of re-living the past or worrying about the future.
Spiritually, Guided Meditation retrains the mind and other senses to be alert and raise the level of awareness about its surroundings in the present moment. Living in the present is an underappreciated and overlooked virtue which is the key to getting the most out of a meditation session. With guided meditation for mindfulness you can raise the level of awareness, tap into this enhanced state and go deeper in the realms of the subconscious mind.