Are you looking for a way to live a happier, more mindful life?
Then join us on our 21-day free meditation journey! For just 12 minutes of your day, we’ll provide guided videos that will help you learn the art of meditation. Along the way, you’ll be able to experience a calmer and more relaxed mental state and gain greater clarity in your life. So come take this journey with us – it’s free and easy! Try it today and see what a difference it can make.
Why 12 Minutes?
Meditating for just 12 minutes a day can have incredible impacts on your health, physical and mental well-being! Spend just a few moments of mindfulness each morning or evening and you will quickly see the benefits. Studies have shown that even as little as 12 minutes of meditation can result in improved concentration, stress relief, and enhanced creativity. So why not try it out yourself today and start reaping the rewards?
- Learning to meditate is an invaluable tool that can help you lead a happier, healthier life.
- With our free 21-day meditation journey, you’ll get 12 minutes of guided meditation every day, so you can continue your journey in peace and comfort.
- Our videos will teach you the basics of meditation – from releasing stress to cultivating inner strength – and will help you find new perspectives and take control of your life.
- Take the first step today and join us on our journey! Keep learning about meditation with us and unlock the power within.”
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Hi, I'm Louie, the meditation Abecedarian
“I am not a teacher, I am an eternal student. Meditation will become an integral part of my journey to self-discovery. Join me, my newfound practice will not only help me to stay present and focus on the moment but it will also allow me to connect with myself in meaningful ways.
After a bit of trial and error, I have finally found a practice that works for me, 12 Minutes A Day. Whether it be at the start or end of my day, I will establish a daily meditation routine. In short, I can confidently say that meditating will improve all facets of my life and I highly recommend it.”
Those that took an earlier Journey
Answers to your questions
Meditation is a powerful practice that can help us gain deeper insight into ourselves and cultivate inner peace. Becoming an experienced meditator requires dedication and patience, but the rewards are worth it. To help those just starting out on their journey to mindfulness, we’ve compiled a short list of FAQs so you can learn more about meditation and get inspired to begin today!
Answer: Meditation is a mindful practice of training your attention and awareness to focus on the present moment, allowing for greater inner peace and understanding.
Answer: Start by setting aside a few minutes each day to practice mindfulness. Use this time to observe your thoughts and feelings without judgement, and to become aware of your breathing and body sensations. As you practice more regularly, you may wish to use guided meditations or explore several types of meditation like visualization or mantra.
Answer: Absolutely! This is something that comes with practice – as you learn how to observe your thoughts without engaging in them, it will become easier to find and maintain a sense of quiet concentration during meditation.
Answer: While there are many benefits gained from spending even just a few minutes each day in mindfulness, the longer sessions have been found to have more pronounced effects on well-being over time, so it is important to set aside some extended periods for meditation if possible.
Answer: In general, no – research has found that mindfulness practices are beneficial for mental health outcomes such as lowering stress levels and increasing resilience when practiced consistently over time. However, if practiced incorrectly or too intensely over short periods of time, it can lead some individuals towards negative psychological states or reactions such as panic attacks or anxiety exacerbation – if at any point during meditation you feel uncomfortable or distressed, take a break from the session until those feelings pass before returning into practice gently once more.
Answer: Yes – being comfortable while meditating is important as our bodies contain subtle physical signals that aid us in guiding our minds towards deeper states of relaxation while practicing mindfulness techniques such as deep breathing exercises or visualizations. It is best to begin any session seated upright on a comfortable chair or cushion with your spine straight yet relaxed – this will support the breathwork that lays at the foundation of many forms of conscious relaxation practices like Yoga and Tai Chi Chuan, among others.
Answer: Not necessarily – all you need for an effective session is somewhere comfortable enough for sitting up (this can be anywhere from outdoors in nature to sitting at home) as well as some form of timer (many smartphones come equipped with these built-in nowadays). However, many people like using props such as aromatherapy candles or mantra-based guided recordings to further enhance their experience during the process if desired.
Answer: No – mindfulness does not mean ‘thoughtlessness’ but rather an attitude where we choose not engage in every thought that pops into our minds but rather observe them rise and fall peacefully without dwelling within them too much nor attaching ourselves onto whichever one passes through our mental space best suits us at any given time.”
Answer: While this is not necessary for someone to gain benefit from the process itself, many practitioners find themselves deepening their connection with those around them through communal guided sessions which can be incredibly powerful depending on who they decide to share these moments with.
Answer: During successful times spent meditating we will often notice increased clarity in thinking processes alongside improvements both physically (such as relaxed shoulders) and emotionally (like reduced reactivity towards interpersonal encounters). It is also common for feelings such as joyfulness or excitement upon finishing longer stretches dedicated exclusively towards mindful practice.
Answer: Ending off a period spent within conscious contemplation can be done however feels right in the moment – slowly opening one’s eyes signals most frequently used due its widespread familiarity stemming from traditional teachings while other methods include slowly standing up after concluding one’s internal reflections etcetera.
Answer: As with everything else we do regularly personal growth comes about when we strive forth towards doing better than what was done yesterday; similarly, through regular commitment aided by genuine enthusiasm we open ourselves up towards ever-deeper states existing within highly sophisticated systems such as mindful contemplative practices alongside innumerable others alike…