Meditations for managing health challenges

Have you tried using meditations for managing your health challenges?

Have you tried using meditations for managing your health challenges? A regular meditation practice can have immense benefits.

How often have you thought about just forgetting about your body for a while and going to a place of freedom? A place where you have no care in the world, just a feeling of contentment, comfort and love.

Doesn’t that sound dreamy?

Well, that’s exactly what happens after regular meditation practice. 

It’s a great tool to use where you will feel completely in the present moment, where you connect to your soul and your higher self. You’ll remember that you are more soul and spirit than body. This is a great way to revive your true sense of self and not feel so defined by the limitations of your body and your health challenges.

Now is a great time to commit to connecting to your soul.

Common fears and questions about trying meditation

Starting a meditation practice can feel daunting if you’ve never done it before – or if you’ve tried before without success. Here are some of the top fears and questions I hear from people when I recommend trying meditation.

I find sitting for any length of time difficult or impossible – especially cross legged on the floor!
You don’t have to cross your legs; in fact, you don’t even have to sit, you can lie down to meditate.

I don’t have any candles, incense or anything I can use to help me meditate
You don’t need to use candles, scents, gadgets, props or cushions if you don’t want to. Just use whatever you feel helps gets you in the zone – which may just be a quiet space where you can be physically comfortable.

I find it a struggle to sit in silence and do nothing
Start small! Start with just a few minutes and build up to 10 minutes a day.

I don’t know how to start
Read my free guide to meditation here. I explain everything, from what meditation is, to how to do it – and even a bit about the history of meditation and the different types, so you can experiment and choose the style that best suits you.

I tried meditating before, but it didn’t work for me.
Meditation takes a LOT of practise! (That’s why it’s often called a ‘meditation practice’!) Like every new skill, it takes time before you start to notice the benefits. Most people report they notice a positive change after 8 weeks of daily practice for at least 10 minutes a day.

Now is a great time to commit to connecting to your soul.

Not sure where to start?

Try the free meditations on my website and YouTube channel. I have specific meditations for IBS, fibromyalgia, joint pain, and general pain relief, healing and the immune system, as well as meditations for health affirmations, relaxation and sleep.