3 Awesome Guided Meditations For Beginners

Meditation | Use A Guided Meditation To Infuse Your Practice With New InsightOk so maybe the words awesome and meditation don’t entirely go together. That said, when it comes to guided meditation, especially if you’re a beginning meditator, to help successfully get your meditation groove up and running you’ll want to have something pretty powerful and insightful in your meditation toolbox. Luckily, you’ve got a lot to choose from.

Checkout this recent Livestrong article on guided meditation and their top 3 picks for anyone looking to sit back and relax. According to the post, the beauty of a guided meditation is that it can infuse a meditator’s practice with new insight. Included in their picks are Wayne Dyer, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Jack Kornfield.

Jack Kornfield: Meditation for Beginners

Jack Kornfield, Ph.D. is best-selling author, meditation teacher and therapist who has been teaching meditation for more than 30 years. Founder of the Insight Meditation Society, Kornfield uses his cultivated wisdom and insight to pave the way for beginners with this tape, “Meditation for Beginners.” With the patience and diplomacy of a seasoned therapist, Kornfield offers the heart of Buddhist meditation to viewers in bite-size pieces. Recommended by the MIT Medical Library, it is a two-disc set and the package can be utilized for years of practice to come. Meditation for Beginners covers every aspect of practice form breathing and the wandering mind to cultivating forgiveness and compassion.

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  1. Salinya says:

    Hello! Very recently have I began reading about mindfulness and meditation, and although without seeking professional opinion, I have already identified that should I enroll in a meditation course, I will be unable to focus. As I learn more from books and blogs (like this one) I tend to think that I have been living life mindlessly, doing things merely because it has been my routine for my whole life. I seriously am considering going into a meditation class, changing my perspective in life and being aware of myself and the life I am living. I have always had questioned whether I will be able to attain the state of “inner peace” by being mindful, but I guess I wouldn’t really know until I try. I do hope I will be able to be fully aware, “mindful” of myself. I just need to know the first step.