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Meditation is an ancient wellness practice that focuses on training awareness, attention, and compassion. Research has found that meditation can reduce stress and anxiety, improve focus and concentration, and increase feelings of calm and relaxation

Meditation is a practice where an individual uses a technique – such as mindfulness or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity – to train .

Quick tips on how to meditate?

Ensure that you are settled in a quiet place where you can relax, and have no distractions.

Inhale and exhale deeply to calm and refresh your mind, which will start to enable relaxation.  Repeat a few times until you feel relaxed. Start thinking about why you needed to meditate and become one with your body by scanning through your mind and body.

Breathe deeply, over and again to feel a deep sense of relaxation and stress release. Allow your mind to be free. Get comfortable and prepare to sit still for a few minutes. After you stop reading this, you’re going to simply focus on your own natural inhaling and exhaling of breath.

Focus on your breath. Where do you feel your breath most?

Follow your breath for two minutes. Take a deep inhale, expanding your belly, and then exhale slowly, elongating the out-breath as your belly contracts.

Meditation can be done in many different ways. It depends solely on the person is who within that zone. It is recommended to meditate within a place free from distractions to be truly able to focus your true attention on your needs and being able to really heighten it. When we meditate, we inject far-reaching and long-lasting benefits into our lives: We lower our stress levels, we get to know our pain, we connect better, we improve our focus, and we're kinder to ourselves. 

Always remember that your well-being and mental health is of the highest importance. Without being mentally strong, you are not able to be physically able to produce and perform the way that you should. As such, meditating is one of the most important activities that you can do to center your mental state and be able to cope with all that life has to offer. 


Music has many wonderful benefits for stress management and overall health. It can help you calm your physiology without making a conscious effort, and that can alleviate stress from your mind. Meditation music has proven time and again to lift your mood, slow your breathing, and relieve stress.


From mood enhancement and relaxation to full-blown oneness with the cosmos, music has the ability to powerfully shift our state of mind. Meditation is not that different. Meditation lowers the stress hormone cortisol, helps us sleep better, and rewires the brain with a host of positive emotional qualities

How to meditate with Music Mediation


Choose meditation music that can help you relax. This means finding music that you enjoy listening to. The most recommended genre is ambient music which is proven to be much more calming to mind, body, and soul. Other genres can be considered, as long as the music is a slow tempo, without lyrics, or even piano music. 

Ambient music is much more engaging for your conscious mind—the part of your mind that we hope to slow down. Get into a comfortable position and relax. Many people think they need to sit with their legs crossed a certain way or use a meditation cushion, but really, whatever position you feel is comfortable is the position you should try. Some people avoid lying down because they fall asleep this way if they're tired; you can experiment and decide what's right for you. 


Once you've found your position, close your eyes, relax your muscles, and breathe through your diaphragm. Let your shoulders, your belly, and even the muscles in your face relax. Breathe in deeply through your nose, gently expanding your belly rather than your chest, then exhale through your mouth.

Stay focused on the music. If you find yourself thinking about other things. Try to really feel the music. Continue this practice for several minutes, until your time runs out. As thoughts come into your head, gently let them go and redirect your attention to the sound of the music, the present moment, and the physical sensations you feel. The goal of this practice is to quiet your inner voice and just ‘be’. So just ‘be’ with the music, and fully immerse yourself, and you’ll feel more relaxed fairly quickly.

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Benefits of Meditation

When we meditate, there are so many beautiful benefits that are derived from meditating. A lot of people are now becoming knowledgeable with the idea of how important meditating is for their overall health and want to apply it in their everyday routine.

Here are five reasons to meditate:

1: Understand your pain and learn to heal

2: Lower your stress and anxiety levels

3: Connect better and build better social relationships with others

4: Improve focus

5: Mental Clarity