Rejuvenating & Mindful Meditation

Rejuvenating & Mindful Meditation

In today's fast-moving world, feeling overwhelmed and burnt out is easy. We're constantly bombarded with information and distractions. Therefore, it can be demanding to find a moment of tranquility. However, what if there's a way to revitalize your body, mind, and spirit? While practicing mindfulness, you can cultivate a sense of awareness and presence at the moment. Which can help you reduce stress, improve focus, and enhance your overall well-being. Regardless of your knowledge of meditation, you can use various rejuvenation techniques and approaches to incorporate mindfulness into your daily routine. From breathing exercises to guided meditations, there's something for everyone. So take a few minutes off your day to pause, breathe, and reconnect with yourself through these transformative journeys of rejuvenation and mindful meditation. Find a comfortable place, and let’s begin.

Singing Bowl

Incorporating a singing bowl into your rejuvenation meditation practice can take your experience to a new level. 

Singing bowls are known for their ability to induce deep relaxation. When you strike the bowl or run the mallet along its rim, it produces a soothing sound that resonates throughout your body. This sound acts as an auditory anchor, helping you focus and quiet your mind. As the sound waves travel through your body, they can ease tension, reduce stress, and promote a sense of calmness.

Singing bowls can also enhance your meditation by improving your ability to concentrate. The sound produced by the bowl serves as a point of focus, allowing you to redirect your attention whenever your mind starts to wander. By training your mind to stay present with sound, you cultivate a greater sense of mindfulness and awareness.

Another amazing benefit of using a Singing bowl in meditation is its ability to balance and align your chakras. In case you're unfamiliar with chakras, they are energy centers along the spine that correspond to different facets of our physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Each chakra has its vibrational frequency, and when the sound vibrations from the bowl interact with these frequencies. It can help to clear any blockages or imbalances that may be present. This can lead to a better health and well-being overall.

Singing Bowl Rejuvenation Meditation

Singing Bowl

The Practice

The Practice

The Practice
  • Body Scan Meditation

Begin in an upright sitting position on the floor with your legs crossed in front of your body, maintaining good alignment with your head, shoulders, and hips. Wear a blindfold and place your hands either on your knees or thighs. Scan from the top of your head down to your toes and notice any tension by acknowledging it as part of this practice and remaining gentle with yourself at this time. Take a couple of deep breaths, in through the nose and out through your nose.

If you’re new to rejuvenation meditation or would like more guidance with the breath, hold your breaths for 5 seconds on the inhale and 7 seconds on the exhale. Repeat a few times. Once you get the flow of this, you’ll notice that you can inhale more air in and exhale even more air out. As this allows the chest cavity to move freely.

  • Self-Permission Meditation

From the Body Scan Meditation, gently return to your normal breathing and notice the sensations in your body. Give yourself permission to release your struggles by imagining sitting across from where you are as if you are talking to yourself, reminding yourself that you are in a safe space. Once you have that permission, return to the idea of rejuvenation, acknowledging the sensations and limitations during the practice. Allow your thoughts and feelings to melt down slowly away from your physical body. Hold this consciousness and take deep belly breaths, in through your nose and out through your nose. 

  • Seed Meditation

With continuous breathing, focus on the air that’s coming in and feel the vitality of your body. Set with the sensation of shading your skin and imagining it as a little plant, be able to start to grow, finding confidence, stability and groundedness. Imagine that you are extracting energy from the tailbone towards the top of your head. Take deep belly breaths in through your nose and imagine the exhale goes through the spine and outs from the bottom. 

At this point, as a little plant feeding through the soil, imagine you’re getting stronger and taller, imagining that the flower of the plant is your head. Remind yourself that you are safe, allowed to take up this space, and shine brightly. Begin to imagine the color of this flower and its radiance on top of your head that gently starts to open its petals, feeling the radiance running through your physical body. Set with the sensations and take deep belly breaths, in through your nose and out through your nose.

Next, begin to imagine that the sun is shining on the flower, on the top of your head, energizing you and bringing a glow to your physical body. Perhaps you are being watered, and your stamen and leaves become a very vibrant green. Using this visual component and without moving your body, imagine that you’re looking around yourself as this flower in this meadow surrounded by plants, giving off vitality, support, light, and guidance. Observe your body, and if you notice an uncomfortable sensation, visualize that this is someone you love, someone you care for, and that you are the sun, giving light to them. Send that love and caring energy rather than depleting it. Return to your normal breathing.

  • Self-Identification Meditation 

Gently return to the sensations in your physical body and notice where your emotions have manifested. Rather than identifying yourself with emotions, observe them like clouds with curiosity, patience, and love. Once again, gently return to your physical body without moving, just notice the things around you or your body parts, like your hands moving or the imprint of your feet on the floor. Bring awareness and remain gentle with your body.

  • Mantra Meditation

Set a mantra internally or out loud, focusing the attention on the chosen mantra, saying, “I am awareness, I am awareness, I am awareness, I am awareness, I am awareness.” Synchronize each repetition with the breath. Acknowledge what you’ve done during this rejuvenation meditation and use this for your highest good to be kinder, forgiving, and loving yourself more and to others. Take 3 deep belly breaths, in through the nose and out through your mouth. Return to your normal breathing.

  • Breaths 

Breathing is incredibly important in meditation for a multitude of reasons. Not only does this serve as an anchor to keep us present and focused, but it also significantly impacts our mental well-being. One of the primary purposes of meditation is to bring our attention to the present moment. When we focus on our breath, we can tune out distractions and connect with the here and now. The rhythmic inhales and exhales can be our gentle reminder to let go of any thoughts or worries occupying our minds. This helps to calm the constant chatter of our thoughts and brings us into a state of stillness and tranquility.




As you embark on this path, remember to be kind to yourself, for every step forward is a step closer to a more balanced and harmonious life. Be patient with yourself throughout this process. Just like any new skill, meditation takes time and practice to cultivate. Some days may feel more challenging than others, but remember that every moment spent in stillness and self-reflection is a valuable investment in your well-being.

As you continue on this path, find solace in the present moment, a sanctuary where stress dissipates, and clarity emerges. Embrace this practice as a gift to yourself, allowing it to nourish your mind, body, and soul. You deserve this time of renewal and rejuvenation.

Let your heart guide you toward a more mindful and balanced life. Embrace the transformative power of this meditation, and may your journey be filled with serenity, joy, and inner peace. Keep cultivating mindfulness, and you will surely witness the beauty that unfolds within and around you.

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