Good place to start and share the breathing of others

Forest sounds

Rooms to help different emotions

Talk Relaxation

Crystal healing Meditation

Longer ones

Nice chime sounds relaxing 

Spoken Meditation

Wind chimes Meditation

With chants and music

With chants and music 

Meditation Music

quite time music

The Meditation Podcast

Welcome to The Meditation Podcast, a free podcast produced by Jesse and Jeane Stern, designed to help you benefit from meditation in your everyday life.

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Mindfulness Mysticism It is very easy to start a daily meditation practice at home. Follow the simple instructions below on how to calm your breath and meditation will become effortless and natural. The best place to start meditation is out of kindness for ourselves and kindness for others. This comes from understanding the enormous health benefits from daily meditation practice.

Basic guidelines for enacting healthy, conscious breathing: Sit with a naturally good posture without straining any muscles.Inhale and exhale through the nose with the mouth closed.Breathe deep and slow without forcing your inhales or exhales.Breathing should be smooth and naturally rhythmic.

Fill your lower lungs first, then mid-lungs and your upper lungs last..Allow natural pauses to happen between each inhale and exhale.or just relax and enjoy the space ,its not really rocket science .

The first two are from one site and these have adaptions that you are able to adjust the sounds color in many ways use them freely but I recommend doing one type for a full meditation and then changing it next time Have fun with your calming tools.

Keep the volume down on this one will help you focus on one thing

Tuneful pleasant music keep the volume down
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