Simple Meditation Techniques

Just wanted to give a quick update. I started adding video versions of my popular simple meditation techniques.

Once I get a little more fluid with video, I’ll start to add some more variety as well as some more advanced meditation techniques.

Until then, I just added the following meditations;

Follow the breath - simple breathing meditation technique

Follow the Breath

Simple but not necessarily easy.

Following the breath forms the foundation for most meditation techniques.

Click here to learn how to do it

Bed sheet meditation technique

Bed Sheet Meditation

This is a variation of the simple breathing meditation that adds an element that helps focus on the out-breath and follow the feeling of floating as long as possible.

An incredibly simple but powerful meditation technique.

Click here to learn how to do it

Drinking Straw Meditation Technique - easily experience energy flowing through your Chakras

Drinking Straw Meditation

This is another variation of the simple breathing meditation. This technique adds a visualization that helps draw the energy up your spine and opens up your Chakras.

Click here to learn how to do it

Meditation Peace Happiness

Simple technique, with extra focus

Simplicity is important, but some times you need a little extra process to help maintain focus.

Each of these meditation techniques is simple to understand and follow, but the slight twists I add make them so much more powerful than just sitting in silence.

Clever enough to drive you to extreme focus, but simple enough to allow you to slip away from your mind.

These meditations are perfect for beginners just getting started with meditation, but also great for advanced meditators who might feel a little stuck with their current method. Give them a try and let me know what you think.

They work for everyone equally.

If you have any questions at all about any of these meditation techniques, please leave them in the comments below or reach out to me directly – Contact Mat

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