With so many demands on our time and minds, it takes a conscious effort to take a moment and allow ourselves the time we need to explore who we truly are. Meditation can be defined as a set of techniques that are intended to encourage a heightened state of awareness and focused attention. Meditation is also a consciousness-changing technique that has been shown to have a wide number of benefits on psychological well-being.
Guided meditation is a process by which one or more participants meditate in response to the guidance provided by a trained practitioner or teacher, either in person or via a written text, sound recording, video, or audiovisual media comprising music or verbal instruction, or a combination of both. We offer sound-recorded meditations in the zen garden. Guided meditations are a great way to work on our mental health & wellness.
There are numerous benefits to your mind and body from meditation. Here are some of the top studied benefits from Meditation:
Want to know more about meditation, check out this clip from asapScience on the science behind meditation and how it can help your mental health & wellness.
At our day spa in Columbia, you can sit back and relax in our ancient Japanese-themed peaceful private sanctuary. With comfortable, zero gravity, massaging, leather chairs, you can further relax listening to the guided meditations for mental health & wellness. We are now offering the stress therapy eye massager as well for those tired eyes.
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This guided imagery for improving self-confidence and self-esteem, allows the listener to envision success while practicing a mental rehearsal of an anticipated, anxiety-producing activity, such as test-taking, work performance, sports, public speaking, auditions, social engagements, or some other potentially anxiety-producing activity.
Guided Meditation (25:00)
For this guided meditation for intuition and psychic development, noted psychotherapist Belleruth Naparstek records four beautifully narrated, thoughtfully constructed, guided imagery exercises designed to aid in developing intuitive ability through powerful, heart-opening, and mind-expanding meditations.
Activating Your Psychic Ability (10:00)
Your Place in Nature (17:00)
Receiving an Answer as a Gift (14:00)
Heart-to-Heart Reciprocated (11:00)
This program employs carefully crafted hypnotic imagery and a clearing ritual to help you identify and free yourself from toxic, one-sided, or otherwise unhealthy relationships. Use the imagery to let go of debilitating patterns, set self-protective limits with people in your life, or sever ties with someone altogether. Either way, you can do so with greater feelings of empowerment, self-compassion, and inner peace.
Guided Imagery (22:27)
Ritual for Letting Go (18:00)
This guided mindfulness meditation by Traci Stein, gifted psychologist, masterful hypnotherapist, and nationally noted behavioral health expert, consistently delivers impeccable, impactful meditative guidance. Among the innumerable benefits, her mindfulness exercises offer are improved concentration, emotional resilience, remediation of pain, and much-improved coping. Breath Awareness (14:32)
The Gift in the Present (17:06)
Screen of Your Mind (12:19)
Your healthiest weight is the one that honors your inherent worth and keeps your body strong, mind sharp, and emotions balanced. This multi-track, holistic, mind-body self-hypnosis for emotional eating and body image is designed for a whole range of people - all the way from those who need to make moderate lifestyle adjustments to improve their wellness, to those struggling with an eating disorder. Mindfulness (7:41)
Loving Kindness (17:11)
Guided Imagery (22:54)
"Body Powerful" (9:45)
This powerful, research-proven guided imagery for PTSD, vicarious trauma, and compassion fatigue was found effective at reducing the distressing, persistent symptoms of posttraumatic stress. If you suffer from flashbacks, nightmares, sleep or concentration problems, hypervigilance, anxiety, panic, irritability, temper eruptions, emotional numbness, shame, isolation, or loneliness, listen to this program on a regular basis, as it supports, augments, and does not compete with other therapies for PTSD.
Guided Imagery (26:11)
This guided meditation for anger and forgiveness delivers powerful and effective ways to release unhealthy anger and resentment, naturally and holistically.
Guided Imagery (19:02)
This anxiety and panic attack meditation incorporates several highly effective approaches to treating anxiety and panic attacks naturally.
Counting the Breath (8:41)
Body Scan (9:40)
Warrior of the Heart (18:55) Affirmations (16:13)
This Guided Meditation for ADHD and improving focus and concentration is for anyone looking to successfully marshal the coherent, focused energy needed to learn, work or reach an intended goal, in a natural, holistic way.
Guided Imagery (22:05)
We're told this hypnotic guided imagery for overcoming procrastination is powerfully effective at helping procrastinators put themselves back in the driver's seat and develop the best strategies for getting things done in a timely, efficient and stress-free way.
Long Imagery (31:46)
Brief Imagery (18:54)
This superb sampler of brief, classic mindfulness meditation audio tracks, available on CD or download, is an ideal resource for people on the go with limited time, who still want to enjoy the benefits of a regular practice of meditation made easy.
Guided Breathing (9:00)
Body Scan Meditation (10:00)
Mindfulness Meditation (9:00)
This meditation for relaxation & wellness offers guided imagery for daily relaxing or for facing any stressful situation with emotional resilience, balance, and centered calm. It will help with general anxiety as well as panic attacks, but it can also be used to simply promote and sustain feelings of inner peace, balance, uplift, and optimism.
Guided Imagery (16:27)