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Beginners Guide to Meditation

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How to Meditate for Beginners To many, meditation can conjure up misconceptions from creating an emotionless state of mind, to developing psychic powers, to entering into Nirvana, a blissful state of being. They may believe [...]

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Mindfulness Meditation Blog

Meditation advice provided by Mindworks international team of experts can help you keep your practice progressing and fresh—whether you’re just starting out or have been honing your skills for years. We invite you to check out the latest mindfulness and awareness meditation tips in these blog pages for practical guidance and inspiration.

Meditation matters—here’s why.

Meditation is challenging to most people at first—but well worth the effort. The first obstacle to overcome for many is how to get started.

You may find reading Top 10 Best Tips on How to Meditate a helpful way to begin. Over time, you’ll find that meditation practice can lead to a more joyful and positive outlook on life. Commitment to this practice can help us access our own innate sense of well-being and enable us to be present and attentive to whatever is happening—right now.

Meditation is about suspending judgment and being committed to the present moment. The irony is that we are actually never anywhere but the present. Yet our minds tend to struggle with this reality, jumping all over the place, recalling past events, anticipating future outcomes and churning over tough personal situations. By not being aware of the present moment, we can become mired in detrimental emotional patterns.

By practicing the meditation ideas offered in Mindworks blogs and free mindfulness meditation App we can learn to watch our minds—guiding our attention back to the breath and to the present moment. Through meditation we come to realize we don’t have to remain stuck in self-imposed limitations—rather we have the ability to change our circumstances for the better by working with our minds. Through mindfulness practice we become healthier, have less stress and anxiety and are able to develop an improved sense of focus and productivity. Through awareness practice we become more flexible and understanding, and gradually discover an innate sense of well-being that leads to a positive and more joyful experience of life. Thankfully, the benefits of meditation are numerous and well documented—we only have to begin meditating to open ourselves to all its possibilities.

Can I really practice meditation with an App?

Mindworks mission is to foster greater happiness and well-being by making meditation relevant for today’s challenges and accessible to anyone—any time, any place.

It might seem ironic that we can use our endlessly-distracting smart phones to foster happiness and well-being by learning mindfulness meditation tips—but it works! Mindworks meditation experts have carefully designed the exercises in the App to give you everything you need to develop a consistent and effective daily practice.

So, let’s get started! After downloading Mindworks meditation App, we recommend going to the Guided Meditations section and watching the three short videos under Start Here. Then meditate for 10 minutes a day with the M7: Learn to Meditate series. To motivate yourself further, check out the timed meditation sessions that last from 2.5 to 30 minutes. Turn on the Daily Cup reminder too—to enjoy a quick and uplifting contemplation as you begin each day. And, for help navigating life’s myriad challenges, check out our expanding library of Mind Talks.

We hope you enjoy Mindworks Meditation Blog, Meditation Knowledge section and App, and that you share your thoughts with us.