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Morning Meditation

04 Mar, 2022

Morning Meditation

Welcome to our Morning Meditation Program – your pathway to embracing peace, clarity, and positive energy to kickstart your day!


Are you ready to begin your mornings with intention and create a foundation of balance in your daily life? Join our transformative Morning Meditation Program and unlock the power of mindful practices designed to enhance your overall well-being.


Through guided morning meditations, you will learn to cultivate inner calm, boost mental clarity, and foster a positive mindset. Each session is thoughtfully crafted to align your body, mind, and spirit, allowing you to tap into your inner resources and set a positive tone for the rest of your day.


Our experienced instructors will guide you through various meditation techniques, including focused breathing exercises, visualization, and mindful awareness. You will discover how to quiet the noise of the outside world, center your thoughts, and find a sense of peace within yourself.


By incorporating morning meditation into your routine, you can reduce stress, improve productivity, and enhance your overall sense of well-being. Make self-care a priority and nourish your mind, body, and soul as you embark on this transformative journey.


Join our Morning Meditation Program today and experience the profound benefits of starting your day with mindfulness. Take the first step towards a calmer, more balanced life and discover the positive impact that morning meditation can have on your overall happiness and fulfillment.


Don't miss out on this opportunity to prioritize your well-being. Reserve your spot in our Morning Meditation Program now and begin each day with purpose, clarity, and inner peace.


Important of doing Morning Meditation

Morning is the best time for your meditation practice. Although we slept last night and closed our eyes for the entire night, at the same time we took an inner journey. As soon as we wake up early in the morning, we feel fresh, recharged, and rejuvenated. The mind is quiet and fresh, too. We can calm our mind and settle down our thoughts for the rest of the day to increase our productivity.

Research shows that regular meditation early in the morning reduces anxiety and stress, which decreases inflammation in our bodies and lowers blood pressure, brings clarity in our thoughts, transcends our ego and helps us to sleep better. It can help us to improve attention, concentration, and reduce distraction. It can also help us to make our mind less busy.

Morning meditation can also help us to pay attention, slow down and watch our thoughts as well. It connects our body, mind and soul.

Meditation for Beginners

Try to find a room which is cozy and relaxing, with a background free from noises. Please choose a regular time (early morning is best). Try to make it a priority at the same time every day. You can sit on the floor, your couch or a chair, it does not matter. Sit with a straight back, but a relaxed manner of posture. In the beginning of meditation practice, you might feel sleepy which is okay, but gradually when you are aware and mindful of your breath, you will stop feeling sleepy.

Close your eyes and start taking slow, natural, relaxed breaths. Now, you can start taking 5 to 6 long and deep breaths. Do not let thoughts control you. Let them come and go because you are not your thoughts. At the top of nostril, is called the object of meditation practice because you can feel the sensation of awareness of breath here (out breath and in breath). Just observe it without any reaction, be a watcher. But remember you have to bring your awareness back to the breath. It does not matter how many times you are disconnected with it, our practice is to just bring your awareness back to the breath.

As you focus on breath, all kinds of negative and positive thoughts are not anymore. Now, you can release tension, stress, anxiety, etc. You can feel calm and relaxed, a thoughtless awareness created inside, in the form of hollowness or emptiness.

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