How Guided Meditations Work

As we meditate, we allow ourselves to be free from tension, anxiety and stress. We regulate our breathing and bring back the energy in our drained mind.

A guided meditations helps those who want to begin having a healthy mind, heart and body. It allows a narrator to guide and bring out a change in one’s life. Its objective is to relax the body and the mind and helps you prepare for the state of deep meditation prior to going on a journey, using your mind, in reaching a specific goal.

How Guided Meditations WorkMeditation allows the brain to not distinguish the imagined even to the real one. This is an amazing effect once we let our mind work. Studies showed how practicing something using our mind helps us as if we are practicing it in reality.

The essence of practicing meditation is that we allow positive changes in our brain by using our mind. This activates the muscles in our body, modifies our biological state and even affecting the way the cells function in our body.

How it Works?

A guided meditations usually lasts for only 20 – 30 minutes. It is a powerful way to bring out changes in your life by having the brain work positively. It’s like this: when you experience an event in your real life, may it be bad or good, your brain modifies its neural pathways and it passes on the subconscious mind the information that will be stored and use in the future.

For instance, you wanted to learn how to swim. Your brain already has stored information about swimming and if you have good experiences about then eventually, you will learn how to swim. However, if you only have bad experiences towards swimming, then what will happen is otherwise.

With meditation, you help your brain to reprogram your mind by accessing your subconscious mind in giving it a new, better experience.

Again, your brain does not know the difference between having the real event and the imagined one. Therefore, if you imagine things, your brain takes it as an actual happening and these imaginations will form new neural pathways of stored information for future use.

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