Guided meditation is the fastest way to help you clear your mind of cluttered thoughts to experience God’s peace and presence.
You can certainly be still and quiet your mind on your own, but it’s not easy. Our minds are crowded with thoughts of to-do lists, doubts, fears and judgments.
When learning to be still, your mind will wander off. You’ll find yourself doing your grocery list or composing an email that needs to be sent.
A guided meditation will help your mind to stop wandering and guide you back into the present moment. The result will be experiencing God’s peace and presence.
The Psalmist says, “Be still and know that I am God.” Being still is counter-intuitive in the fast-paced world that we live in. But being still, with the help of guided meditation, will actually help you accomplish more.
The true benefits of guided meditation last much longer than the 10-15 minutes of practice. You will receive the following benefits as you quiet your mind to create space to receive:
- Greater peace
- Clarity in thoughts and decision making
- The ability to be a better listener
- Compassion for yourself and others
- Being less judgmental
- Understanding others
- The greatest benefit is being closer to God and experiencing God’s peaceful, loving presence.
If you experience panic attacks, post traumatic stress disorder, or obsessive compulsive thoughts, a guided meditation will quickly help to focus the mind on the guided prompts to calm the mind and bring you into the present moment.
These guided meditations were designed to help you learn to be still, to experience God’s peaceful, loving presence, and to let go of judgments, mistakes, guilt or the past that can weigh you down.
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Jackie TrottmannSeptember 22, 2020 9:09 am
Thank you for reaching out to tell me about the links. You can find the meditations and samples to listen to at my Joy and Flow Store.
Peace to you,
Winnie MathewsSeptember 22, 2020 7:42 am
I am looking gor your guided meditations, but get a message saying link not available.