A Short Guided Meditation

Mindfulness in Newbury
Mindfulness in Berkshire

Every human being has the capacity to be mindful. Mindfulness can help settle a busy mind and bring about change from within.

This short guided meditation will allow you to practice mindfulness whether it’s your first time at doing so or not.

For those of you new to meditation, I use the practice to help me be more present throughout my day.

We live in a busy 24:7 world where there can be a lot of stress. Most of us are never free of thought; our minds are always thinking. Often our thoughts are not about the present moment, they’re either about the past or the future.

If we could be more present throughout the day, this can help us live a happier life.

Our thoughts are like little dictators in our minds; pushing and pulling us around, telling us to do this or that, go here or there. We’re often never free from these unwanted thoughts that serve no purpose.

Practising mindfulness and pausing throughout the day for just a few moments, or sitting still in a more formal meditation practice can really help settle a chattering mind.

I hope you enjoy this meditation wherever you are – at work or home. Let me know how you get on in the comments below!

I’m planning to post more like this going forwards so if you like this then please follow me on facebook and instagram for more short mindful meditations. Or find out more about the classes and courses I offer here.

Caroline Quinton Smith

Caroline teaches the Calm Quiet Space Mindfulness course to help people develop skills to obtain emotional balance and well-being. Learn to settle the chattering mind and connect more with how you are feeling, rather than thinking, in order to bring about change from the inside. “We are not our thoughts and we are are not our emotions. Imagine a world where we witness thoughts without becoming them and experience feelings without being overwhelmed by them.”

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