How to meditate: A simple visualization technique

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There are two types of meditation: one uses the mind, the other tries to let go of it.

Visualization is a meditation technique that uses the mind.

Today technique aims to train the mind to be more focused, more under control while experiencing with energy at the same time.

This simple visualization technique uses colors.

After sitting in a comfortable meditation position, we will take a few deep breaths for a couple of minutes.

Then we visualize, or imagine, or think (if we can`t “see”) of a color.

With each in-breath we imagine breathing in this color and filling every cells of our body with it.

With each out-breath we imagine this same color leaving every cells of our being bringing with it all fears, pain, and any negative emotions or problems we are having.

We can do that for 10 minutes, then for another 10 minutes we just stay in meditation without trying to do or control anything.

We can experience with any color.

you can try this simple meditation for a week, with a different color each day.

Try red- orange-yellow- green- blue- indigo- white. (The colors of the chakras).

Notice how you feel after each meditation.

Notice how different you feel with each color.

Enjoy 🙂

 

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Andy says:

    Love this meditation, will try it out. Thank you. Blessings to you _/|\_

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  2. karenwilson says:

    Let me know which color you prefer meditating with 🙂

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  3. Marty says:

    Meditation should always be our friend, a safe place, very nice use of color, soothing.
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    I have found the incorporation of sound, listening to lower and lower decibel levels until we hear our inner sounds.

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    1. karenwilson says:

      yes Marty, meditation can change the quality of our life

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  4. Marty says:

    Here is a model that I developed for those just starting to meditate and need a visual online.

    It is simple, a continuum and takes no cognitive action to follow.

    It can also withstand the adrenal stress response when triggers erupt for a PTSD sufferer.

    http://ptsdawayout.com/tag/trauma/
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  5. Heba Kandil says:

    Reblogged this on Heba Kandil Coaching and commented:
    Such a simple technique to add to your daily grounding routine!

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