meditation

These are videos & Soundclouds I’ve listened to while letting my mind settle down into a state of meditation. Thoughts would travel through my mind. I would try not to attach myself to them. Let them go. When I felt my self drifting back to engaging in thought I would start to listen to my breathing. It would guide me back on track letting go of thoughts and feelings. I would drift to a place I would be free from this space called reality. I work on letting go the sensations of my body distracting me. Keep letting go. Whenever reality returned I would go back to my breathing. Breathing is the focus leading you into the release from the world. Without realizing I am not with my body and mind. I have floated onto a different plane of consciousness. I am not in conscious awareness of the release. It is a state of being set free from all physical connections with the body and mind.

The videos and Soundcloud are soothing to work with. Listening will help bring us into a state of relaxation so that we are able to let go into your meditation. The contemplation is the act of meditation. Focusing on one thing so that all else slides away. In this instance we contemplate on breathing to take us into a  meditative state. Sit comfortably. Whatever feels good. Let the world slip into another realm away from that which we are seeking to find. A place where  we are able to let pass away our awareness. One word for this attainment is Nirvana. Sometimes reachable but also elusive as a butterfly. Sometimes the relaxation of the meditation drops us off into such a relaxed state we actually drift into a deep and restful sleep. Which is a perfectly fine end to the crescendo of meditation.

Written by Jennifer Kiley
Meditation Update 3.17.14  St. Patrick Day

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The Essential Snatam Kaur: Sacred Chants For Healing

Artista: Snatam Kaur…
Servant of Peace
1. Man Sat Nam — 11:08
2. Ek Ong Kaar — 8:42
3. Servant of Peace — 7:12
4. By Thy Grace — 7:45
5. Gobinda Gobinda Hari Hari — 10:47
6. Ong Namo — 10:01
7. Ra Ma Da Sa — 13:32
8. Long Time Sun — 3:58

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Sleep Hypnosis — Soundcloud

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Sound of Rain — Perfect for Meditation

Sleep Aid Tech Meditation

Sound of Rain without Music

ah! my safe place-everyone should have a safe place

Tibetan Flute-Deep Tibetan Music Artist Richard Wagner-”Sunrise”

Pineal Gland Activator [very psychedelic]

Yoga Meditation Indian Drone with Ocean Waves Sound Music Video Relaxation Devanagari Tambura

Meditation and Contemplation
By Jennifer Kiley

After traveling backwards through my blog, viewing each post, reviewing and updating it has led me to a place of remembrance and inspiration. It has awakened glimpses of memories that I might reconnect with through feelings and thoughts that are buried oh so carefully within me. It is time for me to go inward through meditation and contemplation to retrieve from my subconscious and unconscious all that is hidden from my conscious awareness, so that I might proceed to access the assistance of my muse while I go forth in the work I am attempting to do in the creation of a screenplay that relates in many ways to the experiences that have touched my life.

The page I create, I hope to use as a place to find those videos that I have worked with in the past while I meditated. This is an experiment that I am hopeful will work in centering me each day prior to my entering into a collaboration with my muse in our work together. The first of the meditations start at the top of the page with new inclusions on down the page to known videos. Namaste…

Chanting OM by MUSIC FOR DEEP MEDITATION

Chanting Om II – Splendour of Yoga

Chanting Om II – Meditation Music

Chanting Om II – Meditation on the 7 Chakras

Air – Paul Collier – Relaxing Music

Slow Down – Paul Collier

Smoothing Meditation Music – Paul Collier

No Mind – Piano – Paul Collier

Self Esteem Affirmations with Music – Paul Collier

Sounds of Rain and Thunder on the River

Relaxing Rain on a Metal Roof – 1 hour

MEDITATION

These are videos & Soundclouds I’ve listened to while letting my mind settle down into a state of meditation. Thoughts would travel through my mind. I would try not to attach myself to them. Let them go. When I felt my self drifting back to engaging in thought I would start to listen to my breathing. It would guide me back on track letting go of thoughts and feelings. I would drift to a place I would be free from this space called reality. I work on letting go the sensations of my body distracting me. Keep letting go. Whenever reality returned I would go back to my breathing. Breathing is the focus leading you into the release from the world. Without realizing I am not with my body and mind. I have floated onto a different plane of consciousness. I am not in conscious awareness of the release. It is a state of being set free from all physical connections with the body and mind.

The videos and Soundcloud are soothing to work with. Listening will help bring us into a state of relaxation so that we are able to let go into your meditation. The contemplation is the act of meditation. Focusing on one thing so that all else slides away. In this instance we contemplate on breathing to take us into a  meditative state. Sit comfortably. Whatever feels good. Let the world slip into another realm away from that which we are seeking to find. A place where  we are able to let pass away our awareness. One word for this attainment is Nirvana. Sometimes reachable but also elusive as a butterfly. Sometimes the relaxation of the meditation drops us off into such a relaxed state we actually drift into a deep and restful sleep. Which is a perfectly fine end to the crescendo of meditation.

Written by Jennifer Kiley
Meditation Update 3.17.14  St. Patrick Day

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