If you are a meditation beginner, reading meditation scripts is a great way to help you find out what meditation is about.
Also, reading meditation scripts, allows you to gently experience how meditation can help you calm your mind, release tension, and energise your body.
And in this blog, which is the third in our 4-part blog series Meditation for Beginners: How to Meditate for People who Struggle to Sit Still, I’ll share with you three simple meditation scripts you can use, anywhere anytime you feel overwhelmed, scattered and your mind on overdrive!
Why Would You Use a Mediation Script?
Do any of the below apply to you and your life right now:
- Do you struggle to wake up and start your day feeling energised?
- Do you want to have more down-time and time to get away from the frantic pace of your life?
- Do you feel like you’re always on the go, rushing around in circles, life whizzing by and you can’t think straight?
- Do you feel tired, worn-out and exhausted at the end of the day?
If you can identify with one – or all of the above – don’t worry, you are not alone!
There seems to be a growing trend of adults, and teens, who are tired all the time, and struggle with fatigue and exhaustion.
In looking at the research fact and stats on tiredness and fatigue, I was surprised to see that studies indicate that:
76% of workers felt tired many days of the week
30% said that they were unhappy or very unhappy with the quality or quantity of their sleep
15% dozed off during the day at least once per week
As a yoga teacher, these stats confirm what my yoga students share with me.
Most of my clients are super- busy professional women, average age range 45 – 65, plus desperately searching for that elusive “healthy lifestyle and harmonious work-life connection.”
They are exhausted, tired of constantly running around, fatigued from being the key decision makers at work – and at home.
Their weekly private yoga lesson is their time, their space and way of looking after themselves, so that they can “top up” and “recharge their batteries,” and have the strength to stay on top of their heavy work loads and demands at home.