5 powerful Abraham Hicks meditations for anxiety, abundance,sleep and general well being

When it comes to understanding the Universal laws and their relationship to our minds, the teachings of Abraham Hicks is definitely one of my big time favourites…Their guided meditations in Esther Hick’s voice do a great deal of benefit for the newbies as well as the intermediates.

I recommend reading their book.Ask and it is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires so that you can connect more to the guided meditations

Here are my go to 5 powerful guided meditations from Abraham Hicks that help deal with anxiety, stress, sleeplessness, promote general and physical well being and address issues of financial blocks.

1.)Morning Meditation

All…I repeat all successful people have a morning routine that contributes hugely to their overall success…Much has been documented about morning routines of successful people and more than handful of them vouch to not live without their daily morning meditation. A guided meditation every morning first thing is like waking up to the world of possibilities , renewed hope and in the faith that today is a new day, a new beginning

This is a beautiful motivating and uplifting guided meditation in Esther Hicks voice…sure to raise your vibrations and energy levels and set your mindset for the upcoming beautiful , bright day

2.)General well being Meditation

Feeling low, disconnected, disillusioned or plain tired mentally? Anxiety, stress and fear overpowering you? Calm down , take a few deep breaths and dive into this meditation.This is an excellent meditation from Abraham Hicks that connects you back to the source and makes you feel great an an extension of the source.

Listen to this Meditation in Esther’s voice in  the morning, anytime of the day whenyou feel heavy or in between two major activities.

3.) Physical Well being Meditation

With the changing and challenging lifestyles, evidently health is what suffers the most. Stress and anxiety further do the damage..More so even in case of mental disorders and imbalances, body image turns out to be number one contributor.

What could be the mindset responsible for a state of dis-ease in the body? Could changing how we feel about our body make a positive difference? It indeed does…

This meditation inscribes on us that our body is merely a physical manifestation of the extension of source and so as within as without.

4.)Financial well being Meditation

All of us have different beliefs about money that makes it the number one conflict of our lives. We all want money but have several limiting beliefs about us not deserving it, that wanting money is selfish or money makes us a bad person or for spiritual growth one should not want money and so on…

This meditation will put you in the right place, mentally and emotionally to release resistance and  receive abundance

5.)Before bedtime Meditation

The time just before sleep is crucial for our overall well being. The conscious mind is less aggressive and the subconscious mind is more open. It is not ideal to think and mull over all the unwanted thoughts of the day or getting anxious about what to do tomorrow.

This is the ideal time to relax, surrender and appreciate the rest you are just going to give your body.

This meditation will soothe you with its relaxing music and put you on the ideal trail of thoughts that you should have before going to sleep

 

I am regular with these meditations and feel great and light after tuning in to them…Hope they value add to your life as well

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Meditation Demystified, Top 4 Myths that kept you away from Meditation

In today’s day and age,Meditation is a term commonly used everywhere….There has been a lot of mystery, inaccuracy, contemplation, assumptions and loud thinking around this term…   That is why there is  much confusion about how to practice it correctly. Some people use the word meditate when they mean thinking or contemplating; …some use it to address diaphragmatic breathing or deep breathing…while others use it to refer to daydreaming or visualizing… However, meditation isn’t either of these…

What is Meditation?

Meditation is a precise technique of disengaging from the Conscious Mind to attain a state of consciousness that is totally different from the normal waking state. Click To Tweet

There are different purposes of Meditation and everyone’s objective of Meditation can differ…Similarly there are different types of Meditations as well…There are a lot of misconceptions and myths of Meditation that prevent people from understanding and experiencing it with desirable results…

Here are top 4 myths surrounding Meditation that I came across while teaching or speaking about Meditation.

Myth #1 – Meditation is a Religious or Spiritual practice

Truth :

Meditation is an activity which takes you to heightened Consciousness through your Mind Click To Tweet

It is a practice that transports you from the  noisy chatter of the mind into a place of stillness and silence. It doesn’t require any specific spiritual or religious belief, and many people of many different religions practice meditation without any conflict with their current religious beliefs…. Religious, Spiritual. Agnostics and Atheists can all meditate alike because it is simply exploring deeper levels of Consciousness using your Mind….

 

Myth #2 – Meditation is difficult and not everyone’s cup of tea

Truth:

This myth is rooted in the image of meditation as an esoteric practice reserved only for seers,saints and spiritual adepts. In reality, when you  have guidance from an experienced teacher, meditation is easy and fun to learn.  The techniques can be as simple as focusing on the breath or silently repeating a mantra. One reason why meditation may seem difficult is that you try too hard to concentrate, you’re overtly attached to results, or you’re not sure you are doing it right…Meditation in the right understanding and open mind is not difficult and it will change you as a person in ways you have never imagined…

 

Myth #3 – Meditation requires you to quiet your Mind

Truth:

This is the most common myth about meditation because of which most people give up on Meditation. Meditation isn’t about stopping your thoughts or trying to empty our mind – both of these practices only create stress and resistance. It’s the natural state of Mind to think and if you force the Mind to stop thinking, it will perceive it as death and that’s what puts it into so much pressure with this wrong working…We can’t stop or control our thoughts, and we should never try to do that. Meditation is all about disengaging in your thoughts by being a mere observer of your thoughts and not stopping your thoughts…The objective is to increase the gap between these thoughts and stay there for as much time as comfortable….This gap between thoughts is pure Consciousness….

 

Myth #4 – Meditation gives magical, unearthly,transcendental experiences

Truth:

Most people think they would experience visions, see colors, levitate, hear something, or glimpse enlightenment when they meditate.  Although you can have a variety of wonderful experiences when you meditate, including feelings of bliss and oneness, these aren’t the purpose of the practice for the common man. The real benefits of meditation are what happens in the other hours of the day when we’re going about our daily lives. When we emerge from our meditation session, the stillness and silence of the practice spills over all our activities, allowing us to be more creative, compassionate, centered, and loving to ourselves and everyone we encounter.

Meditation is a lifestyle change with long term benefits…A small 5 minute practice to begin with will create a lot of favourable changes to the core of your being….

Next in the Meditation series would come a blow up of the basic Mindfulness Meditation for beginners …

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