5-minute meditation you can do anywhere & anytime In 2020

5-minute meditation you can do anywhere & anytime



        





              Hi and welcome to this jungle of flowers! It's lilies and roses today. 

              And welcome to this week's guided meditation with me, Elínrós from Naturally Drunk. 

              I'm going to keep the intro super short and sweet today because this is a 5-minute guided meditation that you can do anywhere whenever you just have a little bit of time and you want to go within and find some calm and positive energy. So, let's begin. 

              Welcome to this 5-minute meditation you can do anywhere. 

This is a 5 minute guided meditation for positive energy and thinking. 

Close your eyes and take a deep breath. Breathe all the way down into your belly.

Move your attention to your heart. It helps to put a hand there if you can, but if you can't do that right now, just do it with your inner vision. 

Your incredible body is taking care of itself and you, you can just relax. 

Send some gratitude to your heart and your biological system now for taking such good care of you.

Feel your weight against the surface underneath you. 

Gravity is holding you in place. Let go a little bit more, and release any tension in your body. Let your shoulders and neck relax. 

Let your jaw and your face relax. 

Let your arms and legs relax. 

Release any tension in your hands and fingers. 

Notice how good it feels to let go of the tension in the body. 

Bring back your focus to your heartbeat and think of someone, someplace, or something that you love. It can be a loved one, a holiday memory, or a fantasy. Really picture this in front of you. 





Notice how relaxed and content you're feeling. 

Take a deep breath and let the good feelings vibrate through your entire body. Take that positive feeling and amplify it with each inhales. 

Let it grow stronger and stronger and allow yourself to just smile to yourself right now,  no matter where you are. 

Gently wiggle your toes and fingers. Slowly open your eyes. I wish you a wonderful day ahead. Namaste.  

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