Anyone Can (and Should) Meditate
Types of Meditation
• Mantra-based meditations work by silently repeating a word or set of words, usually with no meaning such as a mantra in Sanskrit.
• There are visual meditations in which you can use an object such as a candle with a flickering flame or a geometric pattern or visual mantra called a yantra.
• There are walking meditations where you are immersed in nature and guided meditations.
In order to see what meditation is the right fit for you, try one type of meditation for thirty days. Meditation in and of itself is new to most Westerners and may seem difficult in the beginning. But just like any healthy habit, once you practice and acquire it, it becomes easier with time.
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Another practice is to focus on your heart space, listening to your heart messages, especially before getting a reading. When you do this you will open your heart to answers and receive your heart’s desires.
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