Saturday, 31 July 2010

15 Minute Guided Meditation

So You Tube are now allowing the upload of fifteen minute videos - this is great news for us at Mind Space as many of our guided meditation are fifteen minutes long, which has meant that we have split some of them so you can access and enjoy.

Things have changed now and we uploaded today the full Guided Meditation and Visualization - entitled 'Your Blue Sky'.

We can talk about it later but meantime here it is for you to enjoy:

Celebrating You Tube now allowing 15 minute
videos with this Guided Visualization
Part 1 & 2 together! http://ping.fm/o4cZf

Thursday, 29 July 2010

Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Reduce Headaches and Migraines with this Healing meditation

Here is another meditation to help relieve headaches - enjoy.

Part 2: Why Meditation is effective for reducing Migraines and Headaches - with practical meditation http://ping.fm/ny5yE

Part 2: Why Meditation is effective for reducing Migraines and Headaches - with practical meditation

Untitled 4Continuing from yesterday.

Meditation can be very effective for reducing the strength of our headache.  If we try to build up a regular practice then it can actually get rid of it completely.

Meditation goes deeper than modern medicine - we are addressing the root of the headache which is the mind - when there is a build up of tension in the mind then gradually the tension in our head develops.

If we can learn to relax the mind in meditation then naturally the power of our headaches will reduce.

Our course it is good to take practical steps such as drinking plenty of fluid and reducing the amount of toxins that we put into our body - on top of this is the practice of meditation.

Yesterday we looked at a simple relaxation technique to let go of tension in the head - the meditation is here 

Today I will present you with another meditation and later we will record it for you so you have the opportunity to practice.

  • Sitting in a comfortable posture with a straight back and shoulders relaxed
  • Try to bring your attention into your body letting go of all the distractions outside the body
  • Set your intention for the meditation and make a determination that you will not be distracted during this period of time
  • Gently bring your attention to your breath - try to focus on the natural sensation for a short time
  • Imagine that all of your headaches, tension and migraines gather together in the aspect of dark smoke
  • As you focus on your breath imagine breathing out all the tension far into the distance
  • Focus on this concentration for a short time
  • Enjoy this process
  • After a while imagine that you have breathed out all the tension far into the distance and focus on this conviction for a short time
  • Before concluding the meditation make a determination to keep training in meditation and to share your experience with others

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Guided Meditation to Relieve Headaches and Migraines

A very effective & relaxing technique for relieving headaches and migraines.
Begins with a brief introduction, then a 5 or 6 minute meditation then a short conclusion.
Thanks for listening and watching and we hope you enjoy the meditation experience

Guided Meditation to Reduce Headaches & Migraines: http://ping.fm/P7C9O

Meditation in Wolverhampton - An Intro and a bit of fun

How meditation practice can help to reduce headaches with a practical meditation


meditation to reduce headaches
Here is a little blurb about how meditation practice can help to reduce headaches. 
You don't always need to take a paracetamol!
Later on today we will produce an audio and video to help you get the message so it can become practical and effective for you.
Headaches often come from a build up of tension in our head - too many thoughts,ideas,worries. 

Thinking too hard or perhaps concentrating too much on a computer screen - or a bodily posture which over time causes strain on our back and neck which then leads to pain.
Meditation practice helps good posture - sitting with a straight back and relaxing the muscles in the body and the tension in the mind helps to encourage a relaxed body.  This allows for movement of energy from the head down into the rest of our body.
Once you have settled into a good posture and relaxed the body and mind -
  • focus on your head and imagine all the tension in the crown of the head gradually melting away
  • focus on the temples and imagine the tension melting away
  • then focus on the forehead imagining the tension unraveling and dissolving away
  • then imagine the tension around and behind the eyes melting away
  • relax your jaw and allow the face to drop and as you do so imagine the tension draining away down through your body into the ground
  • then relax the tension where your spine goes into the head imagine all the tension drains down your spine, down your body and into the ground.
This process above can take 5,10,15 minutes depending upon your schedule.

Once you have done this you can think to yourself.


"all the tension and stress in the head has dissolved away leaving me feeling comfortable and relaxed"

Focus on this conclusion for a short time.
How meditation can reduce headaches...
http://ping.fm/sB4cP

Thursday, 22 July 2010

A good,stable,strong meditation practice provides us with mental power,agility and concentration to pull off incredible directions of mind
The direction our mind follows is what is responsible for the quality of our life - because yes the quality of our life depends on our mind.
When you, me, we become familiar with something it becomes easy - when you put in the hours you master it - 10,000 rule peace meditation
If you stop and think quietly then you will discover that the mind is responsible for the world in which you live in - meditation meditate

Monday, 19 July 2010

Friday, 16 July 2010

more feedback from children who have practiced meditation this week:
http://ping.fm/7MiPO
Part 2 of the Relax the Body and Mind Meditation with background music - Enjoy and thanks for listening! http://ping.fm/FiRpn
Guided Meditation: Music Relaxation - Relax the Body and Mind - Part 1 http://ping.fm/e8Jub