Goodness in Forgiveness:
Goodness in Forgiveness guided meditation. When you can forgive those around you and yourself, the healing begins.
What is Meditation?
The real purpose of meditation is to tune into your wisdom within. What I refer to as your inner-genius.The creative part of your inner being. It is a place where you find your power of intention or the observer effect. A place where you create your intention – create your day – create your reality, also known as the law of attraction. You will discover infinite possibilities and pure potential when tapping into your wisdom within. It’s your core consciousness – some people refer to this as the power of spirit.When we meditate and find this inner wisdom within – our core consciousness, we can change our reality. We are full of infinite creativity, imagination and power beyond our wildest dreams.
Most people think of meditation as a relaxation technique used for handling stressful situations. This is partially true, but the real purpose of meditation is reaching your inner wisdom – the peace within – the space between your thoughts.
When is the best time to meditate? Depending on your bio-rhythms. If you love early mornings, it would be best to meditate first thing in the morning. If not, pick a time that works for you and stick with it as a daily ritual.
How long should I meditate? If you can meditate 30 minutes in the morning and again at night, you are exceptional. Most people try to do 15 minutes a day to revitalize.
Does it matter where I meditate? Find a sacred space where you live and make it a special place where you go for meditation. Find a comfortable position that is right for you. Preferable sit up straight in a chair with your head; neck and shoulders supported and your feet flat on the floor. Keep your arms and hands relaxed – palms up resting on your lap.
Chatter: Chatter and crazy thoughts may come and go as you start to relax into meditation. This is very normal. Just let the thoughts come in and gently tell them to go and bring your awareness back to your breath and drift into the space between the thought.
Breathing: Pay attention to the breath in and the breath out. This awareness of breath brings you into the present moment – immediately centers you. The natural breath rhythm – allowing your breath to flow easily in and out.