How do you meditate for healing in a few simple steps
If you’re like me, you might not know precisely what it means to meditate for healing. But when I started to explore meditation to deal with my anxiety and depression, learning about this practice was one of the essential steps in my recovery from these issues.
Meditation has helped me get more insight into myself, feel more connected to others around me, and even begin to heal from within—and I think it can do the same for anyone looking for a new way out of their problems.
- 1 How do you meditate for healing in a few simple steps
- 1.1 What is spiritual healing meditation?
- 1.2 Identify something that’s been bugging you
- 1.3 Figure out what it’s doing to you
- 1.4 Practice meditation
- 1.5 Think about the root cause of your problem
- 1.6 Change the way that you think about yourself and your problem
- 1.7 Try facing an emotional issue head-on to see if it helps you move past it
- 1.8 Get positive affirmation from others or even yourself.
- 1.9 You can meditate to help you gain insight into your problems
- 1.10 Can meditation heal your body?
- 1.11 Can meditating help you heal faster?
- 1.12 Conclusions about meditation healing
What is spiritual healing meditation?
It is a type of meditation that helps you connect with your higher self or spirit guides. It’s like seeing a doctor: You have an appointment, and they examine you to find out what’s wrong with your body.
After the examination, they tell you what to do to fix it. Spiritual healing meditation is like that: It’s a way for you and your spirit guides to examine what’s wrong with your life and how to fix it.
Identify something that’s been bugging you
Let’s start with a few questions. What is it that you want to heal? Is something going on in your life or the world at large that is bothering you? Is there an issue for which you need resolution? Be specific—the more specific, the better. Are you feeling unsettled about a relationship?
Were you concerned about the environmental damage caused by texting while driving (and eating dinner)? Sad because your parents were never really proud of your accomplishments and only wanted their children to succeed?
Is this problem something new or something old? Has it been bothering you forever, or did it appear out of nowhere yesterday while watching The Bachelor finale (or whichever current event has ruined our collective sense of well-being)?
Figure out what it’s doing to you
As you’re sitting there, bring your attention to what it feels like. Where do you feel the sensation most? Is it in a particular area of your body? Does it change from moment to moment, or does it stay the same? If so, how does it change?
When you’re ready to move on from examining what this thing is doing inside of you (or out), start paying attention to what it looks and sounds like.
What does this look like when viewed by an outside observer—or even just as another part of yourself sees it? How does its shape or structure change over time—and why do those changes occur? What would happen if I were present at one point where ____ is located; would anything happen differently than if I were located somewhere else nearby but not directly above/below/etc., etc.? Once again, we’ll keep our answers simple: “I think so.” And then: “I don’t know.” So now who knows what they know about ____!
Meditation is a practice, and like many practices, it can be done in many different ways. There are no rules. You may sit on the floor with your legs crossed or lie flat on your back with your eyes closed and focus on breathing.
You may sit upright in a chair at work or stand up when meditating at home. You may find that meditation works best when walking outside or moving around the house during an hour-long self-care session.
Whatever feels right for you is perfect!
Think about the root cause of your problem
This is where you will want to think about the root cause of your problem. What is the origin of this issue? How does it affect you and others, if at all? How does it affect your life as a whole, including your relationships and work life?
Think about these questions honestly and without judgment to understand why things are happening the way they are. You may find that there is an underlying cause for things that have happened negatively or even no real reason!
Either way, thinking about these issues can be very helpful in identifying what needs correcting within yourself so that healing can occur naturally on its terms.
Change the way that you think about yourself and your problem
One of the most important things to understand about meditation is that you can change how you think about yourself and your problem. How? By changing the language, you speak to yourself, both silently and out loud.
When we talk to ourselves, we often use words like “always” or “never” when we tell stories about our lives. These words can be very limiting—so much so that they create a self-fulfilling prophecy!
For example: If I say something like “I am always late for work,” it becomes true because this statement will influence my future behavior; I may not leave early enough or come up with excuses not to go. This can cause stress and anxiety because now there’s an added pressure on top of being late – worrying about being late again!
Try facing an emotional issue head-on to see if it helps you move past it
When facing an emotional issue, try focusing on it as much as possible. This can be hard because most of us want to avoid and forget the feeling. But by ignoring or avoiding the problem, you won’t be able to move past it.
Focusing your attention on an emotional issue will help you look at it more clearly and solve problems that may have been blocking your healing process. It’s important not to worry about how this might make you feel—focus instead on working through the issue so that healing can occur!
Get positive affirmation from others or even yourself.
Another way of meditating for healing is to use positive affirmation. Positive affirmations are self-statements that you tell yourself, such as “I can do this” or “I’m a good person and deserve love.” The idea behind positive affirmations is that if we tell ourselves something often enough, we’ll eventually believe it to be true. In most cases, positive affirmations work by helping us feel better about ourselves and our situation in life.
Positive affirmations can come from other people, too (like your friends or family). If someone close to you tells you something like: “I know everything will turn out okay,” or “You’re doing great!” then these words will stick with you because they come from someone who means well—someone who cares about your wellbeing.
You can meditate to help you gain insight into your problems
Meditation can help you gain insight into your problems, feel more connected to yourself as a whole person, and begin to heal from within.
- It can help you gain insight into your problems by helping you get in touch with what’s happening inside you. When our thoughts are racing, it can be hard to sit back and reflect on them. But when we meditate, it helps us focus our attention on our inner world so we can see things instead of just feeling overwhelmed by them.
- It also helps us feel more connected to ourselves as a whole person. In addition to seeing ourselves more clearly, meditation allows us space from the outside world to reconnect with who we are—what makes us unique and special—and how those qualities fit into the big picture of life itself.
- Finally, meditation offers an opportunity for healing from within that goes beyond “fixing” something external (like your life situation or relationships). This internal transformation is at the heart of all religions but may seem foreign if this is new territory for you! Don’t worry: even though changing yourself sounds daunting at first glance, once you start meditating regularly–and seeing its positive effects–changing yourself won’t seem nearly as scary.”
Can meditation heal your body?
The answer to this question is yes, but you must be patient. It’s essential for people who are new to meditation or mindfulness practice to understand that it takes time and regular practice for their bodies and minds to adjust.
You can’t expect results overnight or even over a few days. It will take weeks, months, or even years of regular practice before you notice any fundamental changes in your health—but they will happen!
Can meditating help you heal faster?
Yes. Many people who have experienced spiritual healing meditation say it helped them heal faster and feel better about themselves.
Some people even report feeling lighter, like a huge weight has been lifted from their shoulders or chest. They also report feeling happier and more optimistic about their lives overall.
Conclusions about meditation healing
To sum up, meditation is a great way to improve your mental health. It can help you gain insight into the problems in your life and start working towards healing them.
It may seem daunting at first, but meditation is effortless. It only takes a few minutes of your day, and the benefits will be seen in your life almost immediately.