Meditation for a Calm Heart (All You Need)

Have you been feeling uneasy and stressed lately? It can be a difficult time if you’re preoccupied with worries. You may be thinking, “how can I calm my anxious heart?” There’s a way to do that, and it is through meditation. Not only will it be good for your mind, but it can also promote a better immune system and strengthen your vital organs such as the lungs and heart...kind of important right now. 

Physical Benefits of Meditation

Breath training is an excellent exercise for your heart and lungs. That’s what makes it beneficial for your body if you perform guided morning meditation regularly. When you meditate, you draw awareness to your breathing and helps you become more calm and relaxed. With frequent practice, meditation can ease anxiety tension and lower your heart rate and blood pressure. 

Achieving Positivity 

Calming your heart through meditation can help in keeping you away from negative thoughts. Through it, you can achieve peace of mind, and you also get to enjoy the positivity that comes with it. Meditation can even make you sleep better at night. Whenever you’re stressed about something, you usually have trouble falling asleep, right? It can also help you with that. 

Getting a Good Sleep

Stress makes you restless, and it can keep you up all night. You can perform open-heart meditation before going to bed so that you can calm your mind and body first. When you’re relaxed, you’ll be able to get a good night’s rest. Your body will be able to recover whenever you sleep adequately and soundly. The next morning, you’ll find that you have the energy that you need to conquer the day. 

How to Meditate for a Calm Heart

Performing this type of meditation is easy enough. You can choose to do a 1-minute meditation when you’re just starting out. Once you get more used to it, then you can make each session longer. Here are the steps to meditate for a calm heart

  • Find a quiet and comfortable place where you can be left undisturbed for the duration of your meditation session. 
  • Sit comfortably and make sure that your back is straight. 
  • Place your left hand over your chest where your heart is. Ensure that the palm is flat against your chest. 
  • With your right hand, touch the tip of the thumb with the index finger and raise it while the elbow remains close to the body.  
  • When you’re ready, close your eyes and inhale slowly and deeply. Retain your breath as long as you can. And then exhale slowly as well. 
  • Repeat this breath training cycle. You can do it for 1 to 5 minutes or for as long as you can. You will find that it’s very relaxing afterward. 

With your left hand placed at the heart, it connects you to this important organ. The right hand placed in a receptive movement brings in an environment of peace. This practice of meditating helps in achieving a clear realization of your connection with yourself.

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