5 Beginners Meditation Styles

November 17, 2019

Guide meditation
Guiding meditation is great for those who want to lead you through an experience. These can be done by going to the face-to-face classroom, listening to the recording or following any verbal instructions. This style sometimes requires some people’s natural imagination. If you are not one of these people, do your best and pretend to be “pretending.” You will still get the same benefits. The theme or theme that guides meditation can be related to physical health, performance, and so on.


Help with physical, psychological and emotional challenges
Help beginners who need some extra guidance
Helping active people in need to concentrate
Help to clarify the “stagnation” area
There are a lot of meditation guides on the internet. To help you get started, try the following meditations.

  1. Love meditation
    If you want to start changing your perception of the world, “Love Meditation” can begin to help you make this transition. It uses words, images and feelings to evoke love and kindness to yourself and others. In recent years, research into this particular type of meditation has shown a range of benefits from improving overall well-being to reducing disease and increasing social connections.


Increase self-love
Improve relationships with others
Enhance social connections
Physical rehabilitation aid
Improve mental health
You will find a lot of important information on this topic on the internet. This audio clip is a good example of “love meditation.”

  1. Mindfulness meditation
    Meditation covers a wide range of customs, including eating, walking, observing the world, and even more familiar methods of sitting. Mindfulness is a practice of meditation that can change lives. Mindfulness is the foundation of Buddhism. It is an ongoing life practice that helps you accept everything without judgment. It solves what is happening now and can publish it right away. You will develop the habit of surrender and focus on things that will help you grow and develop in a positive direction. In the words of spiritual leader and monk Thich Nhat Hanh: “Mindfulness can help you get back to the present. Whenever you go there to recognize the conditions of happiness, happiness will come.”


Helping to refocus
Reduce stress response
Help transform into positive emotions
Enhance self-awareness
Improve health
There are many ways to practice mindfulness, including spending all of your time paying attention to your feelings and what is going on around you. To help you get started, this fast meditation technique called “S.T.OP.” can help you cope with stressful moments. It allows you to pause, understand what is happening, and then act with more awareness and wisdom.

Stop what you are doing.

Hold your breath and pause.

Observe what your thoughts, body and external environment are doing. Note any default behaviors such as anger, fear, etc.

Please take it seriously.

  1. Mantra meditation
    This is a popular and popular meditation practice that tends to be more structured. The term “mantra” refers to the tool or means of thought and can be used in different ways. A spell can be a sound, a word or a phrase that is usually silently repeated during meditation to help keep the mind focused and act as a tool for achieving a higher state of consciousness. Some spells are meaningful, while others are used because of their sound or vibration, so there is no purpose.


Meet structural needs
Focus on wanderers
relieve pressure
Improve physical and mental health
Help you clearly understand your true wishes
Once you start researching spells, you will find that there are many spells available. The meditation of the spell is best learned from qualified teachers, such as the teacher who teaches the original voice meditation through the Chopra Center. You can also search for teachers in your area. There are different techniques to learn; you can try everything at your own pace, or stick to one you like.

  1. Breathing
    You may spend a lot of time thinking about the past or the future, ignoring the most important moments: “now” or “now.” You can’t control changing the past or the future, but you can really control the control right now. What you do today will affect tomorrow.

Breathing meditation exercises can help you bring your attention back to the moment so you can make more informed decisions. When establishing a physical and mental connection, you usually feel the benefits immediately. As the mind calms, the body will calm down and vice versa. Breathing meditation or practice can help you understand and appreciate how you can influence your physical and mental health.


Reduces stress immediately
Helps to ground
Clears and centers the mind
Revitalizes the body
Improves physical well-being
You can learn more about breathing techniques from yoga studios or wellness centers in your area. Also, the internet provides a great deal of tutorials.

A breathing practice that can be very calming is called Nadi Shodhana. You can perform this anywhere and anytime you begin to feel some stress. In general, it’s helpful to start with a breathing practice before going into your regular meditation.