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A short meditation with Maude to help with your anxiety
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Meditation For Anxiety With Maude
Skylight • Ep 1
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Meditation For Anxiety With Maude
Meditation For Anxiety With Maude
Skylight • Ep 1 • 03:42

Meditation is a powerful tool to calm your mind and help with anxiety. Incorporating meditation into your daily routine can lessen the grip of anxiety on your life. It empowers you to observe your thoughts and emotions without being overwhelmed by them. This heightened awareness enhances self-understanding and fosters self-compassion during challenging times. Meditation helps relax your thoughts and reduce your anxiety.

Meditation enables you to focus on the current moment and prevent worried thoughts about the past or future from taking over. It's like a mental barrier that helps you handle worry both now and in the future.

Meditation can be your secret weapon for achieving inner peace. It's a journey that, step by step, takes you to a more peaceful and balanced mind.


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Hello there, I'm grateful to be here to guide you through a meditation that can help with anxiety. As someone who believes in the power of a higher being, I understand how important it is to take care of ourselves spiritually as well as physically and mentally. So, let's take a moment to invite our higher power to join us in this practice and offer us the support and guidance we need. Anxiety is something that can happen to anyone, and it can quickly become overwhelming and uncontrollable. But by choosing to practice spiritual self-care and meditation, you are taking an important step toward finding relief. Before you begin, find a comfortable seat or position, one that makes you feel safe and supported. Take a moment to acknowledge that you are caring for yourself and that your higher power is with you every step of the way. As you close your eyes, bring awareness to your heart, and invite your spiritual self to join in this practice. Take a moment to notice any feelings or thoughts that come up, and observe them without judgment. We'll be using a Pranayama technique to guide the energy in our bodies and ease any feelings of anxiety or stress. Start by noticing your breath without trying to change anything about it. Just observe the rise and fall of your chest as you inhale and exhale. Take a moment to connect with your spiritual self and ask for guidance and support in this practice. With your next deep inhale, feel your heart lift. As you exhale, let your shoulders soften and relax, and feel the love and support of your higher power surrounding you. Now, let's use a counting technique to help regulate your breath and connect with your spiritual self. Inhale for a count of four, hold your breath for a count of seven, and exhale for a count of eight. Let's try it together, focusing on the breath and spiritual connection. Keep your body still and notice any thoughts or sensations that arise, and trust that your higher power is with you every step of the way. Let’s inhale for a count of four: One, Two, Three, Four And now hold your breath for a count of seven: One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven And slowly exhale for a count of eight. One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight Use this technique as many times as you need to help calm yourself down when you’re feeling anxious. As we come to the end of this practice, take a moment to thank your higher power and spiritual self for their support and guidance. Start to move your neck and shoulders gently, and take a deep inhale for four counts, and then exhale, releasing any tension. Bring your hands together in gratitude for yourself and for the love and support of your higher power. Thank you for joining me in this practice. May we all continue to nurture our physical, mental, and spiritual well-being for a happy, healthy, and balanced life.

Watching Now
Meditation For Anxiety With Maude
Meditation For Anxiety With Maude
Skylight • Ep 1 • 03:42

Meditation is a powerful tool to calm your mind and help with anxiety. Incorporating meditation into your daily routine can lessen the grip of anxiety on your life. It empowers you to observe your thoughts and emotions without being overwhelmed by them. This heightened awareness enhances self-understanding and fosters self-compassion during challenging times. Meditation helps relax your thoughts and reduce your anxiety.

Meditation enables you to focus on the current moment and prevent worried thoughts about the past or future from taking over. It's like a mental barrier that helps you handle worry both now and in the future.

Meditation can be your secret weapon for achieving inner peace. It's a journey that, step by step, takes you to a more peaceful and balanced mind.


View Transcript
Hello there, I'm grateful to be here to guide you through a meditation that can help with anxiety. As someone who believes in the power of a higher being, I understand how important it is to take care of ourselves spiritually as well as physically and mentally. So, let's take a moment to invite our higher power to join us in this practice and offer us the support and guidance we need. Anxiety is something that can happen to anyone, and it can quickly become overwhelming and uncontrollable. But by choosing to practice spiritual self-care and meditation, you are taking an important step toward finding relief. Before you begin, find a comfortable seat or position, one that makes you feel safe and supported. Take a moment to acknowledge that you are caring for yourself and that your higher power is with you every step of the way. As you close your eyes, bring awareness to your heart, and invite your spiritual self to join in this practice. Take a moment to notice any feelings or thoughts that come up, and observe them without judgment. We'll be using a Pranayama technique to guide the energy in our bodies and ease any feelings of anxiety or stress. Start by noticing your breath without trying to change anything about it. Just observe the rise and fall of your chest as you inhale and exhale. Take a moment to connect with your spiritual self and ask for guidance and support in this practice. With your next deep inhale, feel your heart lift. As you exhale, let your shoulders soften and relax, and feel the love and support of your higher power surrounding you. Now, let's use a counting technique to help regulate your breath and connect with your spiritual self. Inhale for a count of four, hold your breath for a count of seven, and exhale for a count of eight. Let's try it together, focusing on the breath and spiritual connection. Keep your body still and notice any thoughts or sensations that arise, and trust that your higher power is with you every step of the way. Let’s inhale for a count of four: One, Two, Three, Four And now hold your breath for a count of seven: One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven And slowly exhale for a count of eight. One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight Use this technique as many times as you need to help calm yourself down when you’re feeling anxious. As we come to the end of this practice, take a moment to thank your higher power and spiritual self for their support and guidance. Start to move your neck and shoulders gently, and take a deep inhale for four counts, and then exhale, releasing any tension. Bring your hands together in gratitude for yourself and for the love and support of your higher power. Thank you for joining me in this practice. May we all continue to nurture our physical, mental, and spiritual well-being for a happy, healthy, and balanced life.


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