Guided Zen Meditation:-
Welcome To Guided Zen Meditation! I’m very happy to share with you some Guided Zen Meditation. Guided Zen Meditation is very simple: Please keep your spine straight. Just straight, but don't be concerned an excessive amount of about perfection. I have to stay there, perfectly! Guided Zen Meditation on Just keep straight. And please close your eyes. Just close your eyes like you’re sleeping. You don’t need to close them too tightly or in any special way. And relax your muscles in your body. Relax the muscles in your head, forehead, face, ears, cheeks, throat, upper body, arms and hands, lower body, legs, and feet. Just totally relax, yet with your spine straight. And bend your neck forward a little bit. It's almost like the weight of your head rests on your neck. You can effortlessly rest. Each part of the body rests on the one below. And during this way, you are feeling like you’re resting but there’s also some strength, so you'll find balance. All the parts of your body are resting, one on top of the other. But, at the same time, there’s a strength within you. Your spine is straight. Sometimes you feel a little bit of gravity. And sometimes you feel some sensations. Just let it be. Whatever feeling is in your body, just remember and let it's. When I was young, my father wont to tell me, "Let your body get on the cushion, and let your mind be within the body." This way, you join the body and mind together. Your mind comes into the body. Just be aware of your body, and be aware of any sensation or feeling in your body. Pleasant feelings by Guided Zen Meditation joy, bliss, and tightness, pain, or neutral feelings, maybe tingling, or no feeling. So, with any sort of feeling, just remember and let it's. OK, for a couple of seconds, just remember and relaxed. OK. Now, Guided Zen Meditation you can expand your awareness beyond your body, to what surrounds you. Maybe there are some sounds, or some smells, or some sensations, like your temperature may be a bit too hot or cold, or some noise, like people, chatting, or a car, a train, or airplanes traveling, or your neighbors making noise. Anything. Just be aware. Just know. Just recognize there are sounds. And your awareness becomes more open, and vaster. Stay there and be aware of any phenomena for a couple of seconds. Now, Guided Zen Meditation you can expand your awareness beyond your immediate surrounding. Feel the space around you, above you, and remember that space. Further, deeper. All the phenomena are occurring in the space, changing in the space, dissolving back into space. Like clouds, they come into space, remain in the space, and dissolve into space. And, now,
Guided Zen Meditation In Expand Your Awareness:-
you can expand your awareness even more. Go beyond the clouds, into space, which is boundless. Space, which is open in all directions, everywhere. Be there. Don’t worry, you’re not going to get lost. Stay there for a few seconds. Guided Zen Meditation in now, please slowly open your eyes, and be present here. and rest your mind, also — not only the body on Guided Zen Meditation. How do you rest your mind? For example: If you like to do physical exercise, like jogging in the garden or park, or hiking in the hills or mountains, maybe for a few minutes or hours... let’s say one hour... After you finish your jog, you'll use a pleasant seat or a rock, or a grass field. Sit on the grass field and, with a big sigh, “Ahh,” just rest. You don’t need to meditate, just let your mind rest because it is and therefore the body, also. Just rest... for a few seconds. Maybe you are feeling like, “Oh, there are numerous thoughts, Guided Zen Meditation numerous emotions occurring in my mind. What should I do with those emotions, those thoughts?” Same. Same as before, you just remember. If there are thoughts and emotions, you’re just aware of thoughts and emotions, what I call “blah blah blah,” just look at the “blah blah blah,” be aware, and let it be. Same as when you’re conscious of your body, conscious of sounds and sensations, now it’s the same: Just remember of thoughts and emotions. Let them come, and let them go. But, if you cannot be aware of them, it’s also fine. You're in a non-conceptual state of mind, but not too long — only for a few seconds. Again, once you see thoughts and emotions, or forms, sounds, smells — anything, just be aware... for a few seconds. If anything occurs in your mind, in your body, Guided Zen Meditation in your perceptions, just be aware and let it be. OK. Now, you'll apply this awareness, this openness, this awareness with any situation in your life, with any activities in your lifestyle. Short time, many times, everywhere, anytime. Seven days a week, 365 a year. In this way, you'll fill your mind with joyful, peaceful experiences, and you'll develop your inner love, compassion, and wisdom. Thank you!