Guided meditation for calming anxiety
Use this calming guided meditation for anxiety to bring yourself back to your natural state of inner stillness. Feel the peace and receive healing energy for your nervous system throughout the meditation.
What causes anxiety?
To get the most out of this guided meditation for anxiety, it is helpful to know what causes anxiety and in which situation your anxiety arises, and even identify triggers.
Every mental disturbance is really caused by one thing: emotions. And emotions are ‘energy in motion’. Jealousy, anger, loneliness, sadness—these are all different forms of energy in motion.
Happiness and joy come from peace, and peace happens when your energy is not moving. Perfect stillness of energy is perfect peace, perfect happiness.
When we are not thinking, our energy is calm. Every time you think, your energy moves. So you can see that emotions and nervousness are caused by your mind overthinking or over-worrying.
How the mind thinks
You can be thinking about your life, thinking about why your life is not working, thinking about how to solve your problems, thinking this, thinking that, thinking, thinking. Distracting your mind from other important more positive thought beliefs and tasks.
Anxiety is being trapped in the mind
Of course, when energy moves like this for one minute, or two minutes or five minutes, that’s fine. An hour is not too bad. But when that energy just keeps on moving, moving and then stops for a moment, and then repeats again, and that continues for days or weeks, you will start to feel anxiety. If it continues for a year or more, you will be diagnosed with anxiety and probably depression as well.
So anxiety happens over years, it doesn’t happen in five minutes. And when it continues for such a long time, you feel trapped and can’t get out of it.
You could be in a beautiful mansion, but if you’re locked there and can’t get out for many years, you’re not going to feel peaceful. In the same way, being trapped in the moving, non-peace energy creates this feeling of anxiety and suffering, and you want to get out of it. You want to get out of it but you can’t, so it feels like your spirit is jumping out of you.
Anxiety affects the nervous system
Anxiety is a mental illness that very heavily affects your nervous system. As I mentioned, when you have that anxiety energy, you feel nervousness and you can’t control it. And when your energy is moving, moving, moving like that, your nervous system can’t cope. It’s almost like an inner tremor, and it scares you or freaks you out. At a very high level, they call it an ‘anxiety attack’.
Guided meditation for anxiety
To overcome anxiety, you need to use tools or techniques to still the energy within you. When your energy is in its natural state of stillness, anxiety will disappear.
Guided meditation for anxiety is designed to bring stillness and build up inner strength, so you can be free from uncontrollable feelings of nervousness and worry.
In this guided meditation he brings you to the divine energies and meditation state that are naturally within you.
Your nervous system feeds on, and loves and gets nourished by calmness and peace. That’s the food for your nervous system. So use this healing guided meditation for anxiety as often as you need, and your energy will become still once more.
Our powerful guided healing meditation for anxiety relief clears negative and agitated energies from the head and brain area. The clearing also relieves the nervous system.
With these energies cleared, you can feel relaxed, calm and enjoying that sense of spaciousness within you once more, free from the burdens you once carried.*
How to meditate for anxiety
To learn how to meditate for anxiety, it’s probably best that you use a guided meditation. Especially for sufferers of anxiety, it can be pretty distracting to try and teach yourself meditation from a set of instructions.
A guided meditation will walk you through the process, as well as provide constant reminders to stay focused on the practice.
Here’s a short 10 minute guided meditation for anxiety that can help introduce you to the practice, as well as provide some relief.
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