Learn how to get started with your own practice of mindfulness and enjoy improved health in body, mind and spirit.
In this episode my guest Gia George, who is a yoga and meditation teacher, will tell us why and how to start a simple meditation practice. You’ll learn what you need to know to get started with mindfulness and maintain a routine that will help with stress and life’s challenges. Visit Gia’s website at divinelygia.com.
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In this interview you will learn:
- The physical, mental, emotional and spiritual benefits of a mindfulness meditation practice
- How meditation can specifically benefit those in the caregiving and healthcare professions
- Why meditation is actually a form of “listening prayer”
- How to begin if you’ve never meditated before
- When to meditate
- How to sit
- Dealing with thoughts
- Avoiding self-judgment
- Maintaining the practice
- How “guided meditation” can be a good way to get started
- Being mindful during every day activities to improve focus and relieve stress
Check out Gia’s Zen Quest Guided Meditation CD if you’d like some help getting your practice started:
Zen Quest: Guided Meditations, Healing Journeys is a compilation of 7 guided meditations, each 10-minutes in length. These vision quests take you on relaxing journeys through your mind, heart, and soul, as you explore the healing metaphors and symbols of the Universe. Each meditation is rich with hidden gems of wisdom, woven through a beautiful quest. Go to this link to listen to samples and purchase the CD if you are interested: Guided Meditation CD
Watch Gia’s FREE weekly meditation videos on YouTube: Meditation Monday
Tune in every Monday to a new episode! Until the next time remember:
Face Your Fears. BE Ready. Love Your Life.