Today I am sharing a super simple meditation technique that I have a feeling you will use for years to come.

This is perfect if:

  • You hoping to meditate more.
  • You have a hard time getting started meditating.
  • You are tired and want a simple meditation.
  • You are a beginner.
  • You are trying to get back into meditating.
  • You want a simple technique to do regularly.

It begins by finding a comfortable place to sit. Be sure that you have set aside time and a quiet place.

Then you are going to sit tall and have your feet flat on the floor if you are on furniture or you can sit cross-legged on the floor.

You can place your palms up on your legs or face down. Whichever feels most comfortable.

Then you will take a cleansing breath: inhale deeply through your nose and exhale out of your mouth. Allow the exhale to relax you a bit and bring you into the present moment.

Then you will use your fingers to count the next 4 rounds of breath in and out of your nose:

  • Bring your index finger to touch your thumb as you inhale for a count of 4, hold your breath for a count of 4, and exhale for a count of 4.
  • Next, bring your middle finger to touch your thumb as you inhale for a count of 4, hold your breath for a count of 4, and exhale for a count of 4.
  • Next, bring your ring finger to touch your thumb as you inhale for a count of 4, hold your breath for a count of 4, and exhale for a count of 4.
  • Lastly, bring your pinky finger to touch your thumb as you inhale for a count of 4, hold your breath for a count of 4, and exhale for a count of 4.

Now, you can sit in silence.

Allow any thoughts to float across your mind like clouds in the sky. If you have a ton of thoughts you can imagine them going by like a train.

If you get stuck thinking about one, notice that and then let it go.

Somedays your meditation might be spent letting go of thoughts and others you might find that sweet spot between the thoughts.

Either way, take a moment and thank yourself when you are done for taking this time to yourself.

It is in these moments of trying to get quiet that you can receive messages from your intuition, your higher self, the universe, the divine.

Usually, the ones that you have been struggling to figure out in your daily life.

When you find yourself pushing to make things happen or you feel stuck, try this meditation,

This is also nice to do this in bed at the end of your day. Allowing your body and your mind to relax can bring miracles.

If you try this and enjoy it, please share your experiences in the comments, on social media or email me at hello@kerryburki.com.

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