Guided Meditation – Observing Your self –

Guided Meditation – Observing Your self – The best way to get out of a thinking frenzy or uncomfortable emotions is to simply step out. Huh? Yes! When you observe yourself you step out of all that stuff. Voila!!! Instant relief!!! In meditation, self observation is the most important and fundamental step. Unfortunately, many self help systems overlook this completely. The idea is to observe your self without judgement. Have you spent years trying to quiet your mind? Okay, let’s experience a quiet mind right now. FYI, you can find other meditations and see related reading at http .

  1. grizzgalApr 19, 2010

    I listen to this in my sleep 🙂

  2. benjatheavengerApr 19, 2010

    @annaelizabethedith nothing to be sorry about – it is part of the lesson, to observe without judgement

  3. paulonthepianoApr 19, 2010

    I’m so glad that I stumbled across this video. It’s helped me out a lot, thanks!

  4. xofnairbApr 19, 2010

    I love this…One of my favorite meditation techniques!

  5. AstroZombee87Apr 19, 2010

    Just always surround yourself with light, thats what I do.

  6. JimKitzmillerApr 19, 2010

    You’re aware of being aware. It’s a very high spiritual state.

  7. zenzombie72Apr 19, 2010

    I’m not trying to be funny but, what is happening when you observe yourself observing yourself?

  8. annaelizabethedithApr 19, 2010

    i think its because its american, but the voice really creeped me out, abit. sorry.

  9. JimKitzmillerApr 20, 2010

    That sounds great to me. I’ll give it a try.

  10. nobodyx7Apr 20, 2010

    I try to do this type of meditation 30 – 45min everyday. i have beautiful experiences during it and after. i completly empty myself. but i have a question, as i am worried. they say after you meditate you have to be carefull what you do after because your empty, and you can fill your self up with negativity. now what i do after i meditate is i freestyle ( i rhyme over instrumental beat music, without really thinkning i just let it flow,and it comes from passion, peace,anger,love,) is this bad?

  11. AnyaDomeniciApr 20, 2010

    Thanks a lot. This was very beneficial for me; it helped me to let go of my negative, angry thoughts almost immediately. I will include this exercise in my morning routine.

  12. keithgarryApr 20, 2010

    Thanks I really enjoyed this.

  13. JimKitzmillerApr 20, 2010

    Simply allow your attention to be on your self. You can do this either with your eyes open or your eyes closed – whichever you prefer.

  14. therealjordanblueApr 20, 2010

    @Buttaredtoast there is no right or wrong way to do it, sit however makes you the most comfortable and close your eyes if you want or keep them open if you want it doesn’t matter. The main thing is not to take it so seriously and just relax.

  15. therealjordanblueApr 20, 2010

    @HeliosTuor I have high anxiety as well. I think you would benefit more with binaural beats (alpha theta and delta) and or the solfeggio frequencies. There are a plethora of these type videos on here. The help me A LOT! As for “the benefit of letting go of struggle” I think what he means is just relax and take it easy, there is no right or wrong way to meditate. Go to my page I have favorited a lot of meditations that REALLY relax you.

  16. therealjordanblueApr 20, 2010

    I agree that meditation is wonderful and I do it daily, but if this man says “we observe ourselves” one more time… This is not a well guided meditation. He should speak slower and softer and not as often. His voice is not calming. I am not trying to be rude, I do enjoy the benefits of meditation and the different kinds. There are many beneficial guided breathing “observing” videos on here. But I could not go within on this one due to the constant repetitive “observe ourselves” Slow down!

  17. ButtaredtoastApr 20, 2010

    I wander if I’m doing this right? Am I supposed to keep my eyes open or no? How do you do this?

  18. BootyBotApr 20, 2010

    it’s called sleep

  19. abiwearsshoesApr 20, 2010

    But some sugar, obviously, as most food do contain traces of sugar, and it is also a very important part of your diet…..just saying .. 🙂

  20. kigin100Apr 20, 2010

    It’s like ripples on a pond. As u send the msg out, it ripples thru all the things that u apply it 2.

  21. Goodtimestorollon10Apr 20, 2010

    I find the calming effects of the meditation do not come during the meditation but in the hours afterwards…what’s this about?

  22. JimKitzmillerApr 20, 2010

    You are most welcome.

  23. awesomeo654Apr 20, 2010

    wow i just whent into this wierd trance everythingin my mind went white and i just felt really peachfull and everytime i breathed it felth like i was being blown up with energy thanks man it was amzing

  24. JimKitzmillerApr 20, 2010

    You might want to make sure you’re diet doesn’t include caffeine, sugar, or anything that converts to sugar such as starches. You could benefit from the meditation on letting go of struggle.

  25. HeliosTuorApr 20, 2010

    I was on a while ago and you answered my question. It hasnt helped, im still plagued and now it seems i am taking to having panic attacks for no reason. I suddenly feel claustrophobic, my head hurts and my heart races. What do i do?

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