In this video I will lead you through a guided meditation on the practice of Calm Abiding meditation. In this practice we use our body as our object of meditation. We shouldn’t be in a rush to meditate on our breath. Instead, meditating on our bodies can help us gain more stability before we move onto meditating on our breath.
This meditation requires previous knowledge on how to correctly position our bodies for this meditation. You can watch my video on Correct Meditation Posture & Motivation here, and watch the video on the detailed instructions for this meditation here.
Practising meditation is the best gift we can give ourselves (and those around us). In this video I give detailed instructions on how to practice Calm Abiding meditation using our bodies as our object of meditation. This is a very good grounding meditation that helps us gain more stability before we move onto meditating on our breath.
When our bodies are correctly positioned in meditation, the practice of meditation is much more enjoyable and rewarding: we concentrate more easily, more deeply and it helps us avoid the common obstacles of pain, sluggishness and dullness. This video is a step-by-step guide for how to position our body in the correct meditation posture to ensure that we can get the most out of our meditation practice. It also briefly discusses the correct motivation we should try to adopt before we meditate to strengthen our resolve so that we can overcome any difficulties we encounter during the session. (more…)