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February 16, 2011

Grounding Meditations – Easy Energy Meditation for Beginners

by Janis Masyk-Jackson
Meditation Techniques for Beginners
 It's best for this meditation to sit on the floor as it sets the stage for an energy meditation featured later on in this article. Make the area as calm and peaceful as possible. With all the hustle bustle people go through in life on a daily basis, time is needed to relax, quiet the mind and learn how to focus on just one thing.

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At this point, the idea is to focus on breathing. Close your eyes and begin to breathe in through the nostrils and exhale through the mouth. Pay close attention to your diaphragm. Notice the way it expands when you take a breath and sinks in when you exhale. The reason for focusing on this is to keep your mind busy on the meditation instead of any random thoughts that may come into your mind.
Keep focusing on your breathing only. Dismiss any other thoughts that come along. This meditation should bring you focus. By allowing yourself to concentrate on only one thing, you are able to rid your mind of all other thoughts. This can open the door for many other forms of meditation. In this case, you want to be able to bring in fresh energy into your body.

Grounding Meditation

A grounding meditation is an easy way of meditating that focuses on the breath. It's great for beginning  meditation as it lays this  foundation for other meditations. To begin, find a quiet place where you won't be bothered.