Guided Meditation

Mantra is defined as a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation. This first refers to Hinduism and Buddhism: a word or sound that is believed to have a special spiritual power.

Spiritual is an experience that takes you to the depths of who you are. You, as your real self, stripped of all the perceptions you had about yourself until that point in your life. In the process, you experience joy and peace. A feeling of love and light warms up your being.


Movement focuses on the movements of the body rather than the goal of the movement. For instance, picking up a book is not normally registered by your mind, but being mindful of the process makes the movement much different.


Focused involves focusing on something intently as a way of staying in the present moment and slowing down the inner dialogue.


Mindfulness is a mental training practice that teaches you to slow down racing thoughts/anxiety, let go of negativity, and calm both your mind and body. Practicing mindfulness meditation doesn't require props or preparation (no need for candles, essential oils, or mantras, unless you enjoy them).


Transcendental \ TM refers to a specific form of silent, mantra meditation and less commonly to the organization that constitute the transcendental meditation movement. Based on the Buddha meditation,the technique involves the use of a silently-used sound called a mantra, and is practiced for 15-20 minutes twice per day. 

Other similar styles:


Maitri is love, knowledge, skillful and kindness 
Stems from Theravada Buddhism 


Metta is about direction to a specific feeling and/or thought. 


Chakra Meditation is mindfulness of breathing, great to target for anxiety/stress and allow you to see things for what they truly are! 

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