Guided Meditation: Breath Awareness

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Stress Management Series

This is part two of a three part series of meditative techniques in our Stress Management series.

Stress management can come from either problem-focused coping (directly engaging with or removing the source of the stress) or emotion-focused coping (directly engaging with or removing the emotions produced by the source of the stress). Mindfulness is the practice of being present. Simply noticing the breath can be a powerful way to allow your body to relax and provide the space to prevent getting caught up in thoughts. This will put some distance between the source of stress and the emotional reaction, which in turn can lead to problem-solving.

This is a guided meditation to focus on the breath.

Here we have some pointers on how to meditate, plus some of our other guided meditations available.

Meditation practice, and this technique, can produce unwanted effects in people who might be more sensitive. We encourage anyone who is unsure about practising this technique to seek appropriate professional support before experimenting with this.

If you have questions about this just reach out and ask. We’re happy to assist!

Our meditations are all unique and written by us. They are guided and secular. They are a combination of mindfulness, visualisation, emotion-work exercises rooted in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and goal achievement rooted in neurolinguistic programming.

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We are a magick school for spiritually minded people who want advice and resources about, plus training on, using our ‘philosophy and art of affecting intended change through unseen causes’ (known as humanistic magick) in order to make changes that improve their work and lifestyle.