Guided Meditation

Guided Meditation

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Journey Into Relaxation

In this guided meditation track Somananda gently navigates all aspects of your mind to find profound inner peace, harmony and power. Deep relaxation is where all the good things happen – physical healing and rejuvenation, mental de-cluttering, emotional balance and feeling the presence of the divine. Highly recommended!

  • Type: Guided meditation
  • Teacher: Somananda
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Tips: Lie down, close your eyes and try to avoid any movement. You can also practice this together with your partner.

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Inner Self Meditation

In deep states of relaxation and meditation the true nature of our mind and our inner self becomes accessible. Join Somananda in this deeply tranquil guided meditation as he assists you in gaining authority over your own mind and instructs you on how to cultivate deep levels of consciousness at will. Drift into a relaxing calmness and experience an extraordinary mental freedom and flow. 

  • Type: Guided meditation
  • Teacher: Somananda
  • Duration: 21 minutes
  • Tips: Sit with your spine straight, close your eyes and try to avoid any movement

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Heart Opening
Meditation

Somananda’s hypnotic voice melts you into a state of selflessness and compassion at the level of Anahata chakra in this guided meditation. Experience deep levels of relaxation where your mind meets your heart and your heart meets your mind. Become a beacon of light as vibrations of universal love radiate from the center of your chest and pierce the fabric of universal consciousness.

  • Type: Guided meditation
  • Teacher: Somananda
  • Duration: 21 minutes
  • Tips: Sit in comfortable position with your spine straight, close your eyes and try to avoid any movement

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Self-Forgiveness
Meditation

Relieve and release yourself from non-beneficial thinking habits which create disharmony and self destructive patterns. Somananda guides you at the level of the subconscious mind in this meditation to become aware of your own inner advisor and innate wisdom and how to use these to make wise, conscious and harmonious choices going forward. Connect to your true essence and learn the gift of self forgiveness and acceptance in this deeply rewarding and liberating meditation. 

  • Type: Guided meditation
  • Teacher: Somananda
  • Duration: 21 minutes
  • Tips: Sit in comfortable position with your spine straight, close your eyes and try to avoid any movement

Get familiar with our meditation retreats at the Yogic Path page.

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What is a guided meditation?

Guided meditation is a great bridge and tool for beginners before practicing more advanced meditation techniques. Being completely quiet, still and alone with your own mind can be intimidating and challenging initially.

Guided meditation allows students to have a specific focus, the comfort of the voice of the person that is leading the practice, as well as the stable energy of a well-trained teacher. Such guiding can bypass the controlling mechanism of the mind, and passively affect it in a positive way, with very little resistance.

If done correctly, guided meditation can take the practitioner beyond the conscious part of his or her mind, where there are limitations, to the subconscious aspect, where pure potential and non-judgement reside.

Purpose of guided meditation

Guided meditation can serve a number of different purposes. It simply depends on the chosen topic, the intended purpose of the meditation according to the author, as well as the spiritual suggestions and impressions that are given.

Generally speaking there are guided meditation for anxiety, guided meditation for stress release, for relaxation. Also, there are guided meditations for insomnia, inner peace, for arousing specific chakras, self love and much more.

Tips for a successful guided meditation

  • Always sit for meditation (on the floor or in a chair), unless indicated otherwise. For some guided meditations it is recommended to lie down. Use props as needed, so that you are comfortable and not distracted by any discomforts of the physical body.
  • Find a quiet place and space where you will not be disturbed. You can use earphones to help you interiorize.
  • When thoughts come just simply observe, let them go and then bring your attention and concentration back to the meditation.
  • Consistency is key to achieve results. Set aside 20-30 minutes every day.

Important note for guided meditations

Without a deep understanding of the subconscious mind, successful achievements and results in spiritual practice, and a high level of spiritual aptitude, a person should not create their own guided meditations. What seems like helpful and valuable impressions and suggestions can actually be harmful and counterproductive, in many ways, without proper training and spiritual initiations.

Therefore, we recommend always to use guided meditations which are created and guided by high level initiates and spiritual masters. These guided meditations on our site are all compiled by Somananda – a spiritual yogi for 20 years.

Get familiar with our meditation retreat at the Yogic Path page.