Meditation Tips for Beginners

Updated: Oct 3


Unless you've been living in a cave on a deserted island for the last few years you'll have heard all about the benefits of meditation, how it can improve your mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing and how easy it is to start a daily meditation practise...


Yes, you may have heard it all - but have you found the time to dedicate to YOU to really discover the benefits for yourself?


The Buddha was once asked "What have you gained from Meditation?"


He replied, "Nothing! However, let me tell you what I have lost: Anger, Anxiety, Depression, Insecurity, Fear of old age and Death".

Just ten minutes spent focusing on our breathing and clearing our minds can change our perspective, bring us clarity, peace of mind and balance to our lives.


Meditation can bring us many benefits and allows us a moment to simply breathe and let go of any stresses and worries, making it an essential part of our daily Self-Care routine.


Regular meditation can strengthen your connection to your Spirit Team and to your Higher Self. You will find it easier to follow your intuition and recognise messages and signs in your daily life.


If you are just starting out, you may find that it can be a struggle at first and often we give up because we can't seem to silence our minds - but what if sometimes meditation is as simple as sitting quietly and allowing our minds to wander?


These tips can help if you're just getting started, or even if you've been meditating for a while. The most important thing is to not put pressure on yourself and enjoy the process!




  • Sit or lie down comfortably making sure you won't be disturbed

  • Set a time limit - begin with 5 minutes and work your way up to around 15 minutes

  • Close your eyes and focus either on the end of your nose or the space behind your eyes. You may also leave your eyes open, fixed on a spot on the floor. You'll know if your mind has wandered if you find yourself looking at something else

  • Take 3 long and deep breaths to centre yourself then fall into your natural breathing pattern, practise box breathing or any other breathwork techniques you may be familiar with

  • Bring all of your attention to your breath, feeling each inhale and exhale throughout your body

  • Allow your mind to wander where it pleases

  • Pay attention to any messages you may receive, any inspiration for work projects or clarity on situations in your life - make note of these as soon as you can after your meditation

  • If you find your mind focusing on to-do lists or chores, simply bring your attention back to your breathing

Make meditation part of your daily routine, be it in the morning to get the day off to a great start, or in the evening to release the stresses of the day - or both - give yourself permission to breathe for 5 minutes every day and you'll soon begin to see the benefits in all areas of your life.


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