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Beginner-Friendly Breathing Meditation Practice

Beginner-Friendly Breathing Meditation Practice

Meditation Practice for beginners

00:00 [Music] 00:06 have you always wanted to try meditation 00:09 but have no idea where to start I'm mark 00:12 and in this video I'm gonna show you a 00:15 quick 2 minute breathing meditation 00:17 practice that is perfect for beginners 00:20 there are a couple things you will need 00:22 to do before we get started first find a 00:26 comfortable seated position next and 00:29 this might be the hardest part try to 00:31 relax your entire body roll your 00:34 sh... ▼

00:00 [Music]

00:06 have you always wanted to try meditation

00:09 but have no idea where to start I'm mark

00:12 and in this video I'm gonna show you a

00:15 quick 2 minute breathing meditation

00:17 practice that is perfect for beginners

00:20 there are a couple things you will need

00:22 to do before we get started first find a

00:26 comfortable seated position next and

00:29 this might be the hardest part try to

00:31 relax your entire body roll your

00:34 shoulders loosen up your arms maybe

00:37 shake out your hands a little bit and

00:39 then try softening all the muscles

00:41 around your face hey ready let's get

00:45 started take a couple deep breaths focus

00:49 on breathing in and out now try to find

00:54 a rhythm to your breath and if you're

00:57 comfortable try listening to my voice

01:00 and not focusing on anything else if it

01:03 helps you can even close your eyes try

01:07 getting rid of all distractions as you

01:09 breathing all the bouncing thoughts

01:12 through your head let's take another

01:14 deep breath in filling your lungs and

01:18 then exhale and by focusing on our

01:24 breath it allows us to let go of all the

01:28 other things that we have in our life

01:29 our to-do lists things that we might

01:31 worry about that causes stress so for

01:35 the next minute or so I want you to just

01:38 focus on how your body moves when you

01:41 breathe and how you feel when you exhale

01:46 let's try that again big breath in and

01:51 release now try breathing in through

01:56 your nose and completely let go of all

02:03 that air in your breath find that

02:07 perfect rhythm of breathing for you

02:12 and continue to just let go breathing in

02:19 and out let's try that again

02:26 take a little bit deeper breath this

02:28 time and then release let it all exhale

02:34 out all the distractions the racing

02:38 thoughts just set them aside now you're

02:45 calm do you feel that now just sit there

02:50 for a few moments and just pay attention

02:52 to your breath just a little bit more

02:55 this would be a great time to remind

02:58 yourself to loosen up your body again

03:01 soften your face focus on just your

03:04 breath recognize how your body moves

03:09 with each inhale and then how it feels

03:12 with every exhale

03:22 now repeat after me I am worth it one

03:26 breath at a time I hope you enjoyed this

03:30practice and feel a little bit more

03:32 comfortable with meditation and just

03:34 remember you are worth it and breathing

03:37is a practice feel free to use these

03:39 breathing techniques at any time of the

03:41 day and for as long as you'd like

03:43 keep calm stay strong and I'll see you

03:47 in our next video

03:49 [Music]

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Meditation is a hot topic these days. By definition, meditation is the process of quieting your mind to feel more relaxed*.

Although it may sound simple, practicing meditation isn’t always easy. To help demystify this process, Wellbeats instructor Mark shares a quick, beginner-friendly meditation practice.

All you need is a few minutes to recenter and focus on your breath. This will allow your body to relax and any racing thoughts to subside.

Nowadays, it’s easy to get caught up in the motions of our everyday routines. Meditation gives us permission to slow down and take some time to focus on our mental state.

Use this breathing practice anytime you need to clear your mind. Examples include first thing in the morning, midafternoon at the office or right before you go to bed.

Don’t forget to let us know how it goes in the comments or on social media using #Wellbeats. Already meditate? Share with us how you meditate in the comments below.

 

 

*Source: https://bit.ly/2Wxndey

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