Where Would A Beginner Start To Learn Meditation?

A very common question is 'where do I start when learning how to meditate?' Well the answer is not easy of course, however with practice and dedication, anybody can learn to properly enter a zen trance.

Now, simple meditation has been around for thousands of years. Many people throughout the centuries achieved great inner peace, physical stamina, and spiritual awareness because of this mental technique. However, the people who benefited most from meditation, were the ones who went into the mountains to do their meditating. What these solitude-seeking individuals did not know on a conscious level but did know on an unconscious level was that the mountains contained a natural meditation enhancer: quartz.

Begin with the smoky quartz. Visualize its smoky brown grounding energy flowing into your body and also into the Earth. Feel the energy spread throughout your body. Feel it anchoring you to the Earth.  It helps release negative emotions which burden the heart, replacing them with feelings of love, acceptance, and peace. And spiritually, meditation enables one to attain higher states of consciousness allowing access to the higher realms, and brings about a greater sense of awareness in which previously unseen solutions, answers, and insights may rise to the surface.

There is no right or wrong way to meditate. However, no matter how you do it, meditation does require two things: an atmosphere of silence, and a way to relax the body and clear the mind, such as through breathing techniques, visualization, or sound repetition (such as "Om"). Don't forget the first rule of learning anything, practice makes perfect.

 

Crystal Wand sizing- Single Pointed Wand

Width: They range from 2.5cm -3 cm wide (or 1-1.5 inches)
Length: 7cm to 10cm long (or about 3 to 4 inches long)
Each wand will vary in size and colour from the images provided. Upon purchase you are agreeing to the uniqueness of each of these wands.

SIZING DOES VARY- And we will not exchange or refund for a different size.  





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