Meditation: Mindfulness Meditation for Stress Relief, Emotional Health by Stephanie Wendt

(57b) Mindfulness Meditation for Stress Relief, Emotional Health

Meditation: mindfulness meditation for stress relief, emotional health


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Meditations for InterSpiritual Practice is a collection of articles on meditation and prayer in different spiritual traditions as taught by authentic teachers of those traditions. In each article, the author gives context for a foundational practice of their tradition and follows it with instructions for carrying out this practice.

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Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / General

Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Language: English

Keywords: meditation, meditation for beginners, meditation and mindfullness, buddhism, zen, meditation exercises

Word Count: 5429

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Sample text:

To start practicing this new meditating technique, sit in your meditation spot and then relax your body.

Once you feel calm, take 2-3 deep breaths with your eyes closed. This helps calm your racing thoughts. While you breathe deeply, concentrate on the thoughts that enter your mind. Pay attention to all your thoughts. 

Step 2: Respect Every Thought without Labeling It as Good or Bad

Pay attention to every thought that enters your mind. Do not shun any thought even the negative ones. Instead, acknowledge the fact that it crossed your mind and study it as it comes. 

Avoid labeling thoughts as good or bad because associating a label with a thought means associating a certain emotion to that thought forever. When you experience a negative thought, do not label it as unhealthy. Instead, dig deeper into the thought and understand its root cause. Try to figure out why it manifested in the first place and even then, avoid associating any negative emotions with it, even after finding the essence of the thought. 

This helps you accept a thought as it is. When you do not peg a label to a thought, you strip the thought of its ability to make you anxious or stressed. For instance, if you think, “I am not good enough”, do not label that thought as negative.  Instead, perceive it as a simple thought that has occurred perhaps because of certain previous experiences.

The next step is to explore the thought to find out why you feel that way. Did you experience a few setbacks that made you feel inadequate, or did someone’s criticism make you feel this way? Ask yourself such questions so you can better understand the essence of the thought and then look for its solutions.

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