On Morning Meditation I like to focus on that moment before I hit the pillow, and find my own positive thoughts to encourage myself throughout the day. Some of my favorite suggestions: positive thinking, gratitude, and mindful breathing.
I read a little bit of a book called Positive Morning Meditation, where I read the book as a guided meditation, and then I write my own daily positive meditations, and that’s how I’ve been able to get through my day. If you want to try it out, I’d recommend reading the book first.
There’s some great information about positive meditations at the website for the Positive Morning Meditation.
I love the positive meditations because I can practice the meditations at home and they make it easier for me to really focus on what I’m reading. I have found that the meditations really help my brain to clear out some of the “noise” from my day, so I don’t have to worry about what’s going on around me and I don’t have any distractions.
you’re not alone, there are tons of positive meditations on the internet. I highly recommend reading The Positive Morning Meditation by Michael J. Fox, Mavis Griswold, and Maitreyi Kalani.
There are a lot of positive meditations out there, but I have found the one that works best for me to be the Morning Meditation by the Buddhist monk, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. I started using this morning meditation after reading a book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, about the importance of mindfulness. It helps me to focus on what Im reading, and helps my brain to clear out all the noise from my day.
This is a great way to start the day with a positive outlook. I love the video, and I find that I can also meditate on it during the day. If you want to try this, watch it at 9:15 a.m. Eastern.
Meditation is a great way to start the day, but it isn’t the only way. The Morning Meditation is a good way to do it with a friend or even with your own self. And by “do it with a friend” I mean “have breakfast with a friend.
You can do a Morning Meditation by yourself at any time of day, while you sit in silent meditation. You can also meditate in public by sitting in a quiet place somewhere, meditating, and then taking the morning train or bus.