Ayurveda Hospital

Guided Meditation


The guided meditation technique can be seen as one such method, in which meditation is used to eradicate the root cause of the problem. Stress is the root cause of all underlying problems, stress creates unnecessary hurdles in one’s life, most important feature of individual stress is it can convert into disease, which affects one’s body and mind. So, it can’t be treated as a mere discomfort, sometimes this can even affect one’s daily life. For healing completely experts use the method of guided medication method.

There are specific courses that teach stress relief meditation. Through guided meditation techniques, the mind is healed by the usage of medication techniques, which allows the patient to experience and identify the underlying discomfort. With guided mindfulness and guided stress reduction meditations, on the other hand, you’re learning to remain anchored in the present moment—to observe what’s going on right here, right now—and this naturally results in a sense of peace and relaxation. It’s not because you’re replacing the busy mind with pleasant imagery, but because you’ve discovered that it’s possible to be aware of what’s going on in the mind stream and let it pass on by.

Generally, we can compare the guided medication method to the introspective method used in modern psychology for, the patient itself coming into the role of an observer and finding their problems Introspection is the examination of one’s own conscious thoughts and feelings. In psychology, the process of introspection relies on the observation of one’s mental state, while in a spiritual context it may refer to the examination of one’s soul. Introspection is closely related to human self-reflection and self-discovery and is contrasted with external observation. It generally provides a privileged access to one’s own mental states, not mediated by other sources of knowledge, so that individual experience of the mind is unique. Introspection can determine any number of mental states including: sensory, bodily, cognitive, emotional, and so forth. In the guided meditation method the patient is allowed to get to know the problem and then find an effective way to cure it completely, meditation allows one to enter a specific state in which internal peace and comfort are gained them.

In a guided meditation, a physician explains the dynamics of the mind and how it’s likely to behave during meditation, this is the approach. They also explain meditation techniques, this is the practice. Finally, physicians explain how to take these techniques into everyday life, this is the integration. For many people, meditation has become a tool for managing stress. For some, it helps to promote improved health, including a better quality of sleep. For others, it helps them get some ‘headspace’ — that underlying sense of peace, and that feeling of contentment, no matter what they’re dealing with in life. When we’re in a healthier place mentally, then we’re bound to interact with others more positively, meaning meditation can benefit our relationships, too. Meditation carries with it several inaccurate myths, including the belief that the practice involves “emptying your mind,” or finding an escape from thoughts or problems. The reality is that there is no escape from thinking—that is the mind’s nature. The skill is to step back and see our thoughts more clearly, without getting caught up in all the mental commentary. We may never change our thoughts, but we can change our experience of those thoughts. When we meditate, we cultivate an awareness of the present moment. We’re training the mind to better understand how and why we think and feel the way we do, intending to fundamentally transform our experience, and perspective, of everyday life.