Simple Meditation Techniques for Beginners to Practice Daily

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Try incorporating these three simple meditation techniques for beginners into your day and soon enough, it will all become routine to you.

It can be difficult to get into a routine when you’re just starting your meditation practice, but these techniques will help.

Meditation can bring about a wonderful feeling of calmness. When done regularly, meditation can help you to feel more at peace. However, when you’re just starting to get into the habit of meditating, it can be difficult to get a meditation routine going. To make things easier, try incorporating the following simple meditation techniques for beginners into your day; and soon enough, it will all become routine to you.

Meditate as Soon as You Wake Up

When trying to start a new habit, one of the biggest obstacles to overcome is to find a slot of time within your day to fit in the new activity. If you’re not careful, the lack of time can quickly become your excuse for giving up on the whole idea. Therefore, to be successful in making meditation a part of your everyday life, you need to block out a set time specifically for meditating. A feasible option is for you to devote the first few minutes of your morning to meditation. Don’t even bother getting out of the bed to meditate; just do it right then and there.

Practice Moving Meditation

Who says you have to be sitting still to be able to meditate? As long as your mind is focused, it doesn’t matter much whether you’re moving or being still as a log. So if you’re trying to fit in more meditation within your day, consider meditating while you’re moving around and doing other things. For instance, try using your mind to meditate while you are walking on the treadmill; doing so will allow you to use your gym time as meditation time.

Meditate Before Sleeping

Meditation is extremely relaxing and can help prepare you for bed. Therefore, it’s definitely worth it for you to end your day with a round of meditation. You can meditate elsewhere before hopping into bed, or you can just meditate while lying on your bed. The advantage to meditating in bed is that you can just drift off to sleep as you finish with your meditation.

Contact us if you need more information and tips to help you incorporate meditation into your daily routine.

Find more exercises about mindfulness meditation techniques here.

About the author 

Sean Fargo

Sean Fargo is the Founder of Mindfulness Exercises, a former Buddhist monk of 2 years, a trainer for the mindfulness program born at Google, an Integral Coach from New Ventures West, and an international mindfulness teacher trainer. He can be reached at

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