Learn how to meditate with Ease Meditation – Its easy with guided meditation – 2017Sep

Learn how to meditate with Ease Meditation

You will be a master in 10 seconds if you have ears and are a human.

V1: Newbie – Female –
V2: Explainer #1 – Female
V3: Cynical sarcastic cheeky – meant to be an explainer but are subversive –  Male/Female
V4: Explainer #2 – Male
V5: Narrator

V 2:
Come on in
V1:
I am new to meditation.
I have some questions.
Can you put me at EASE ?

V2:
Hi.
This is going to be easier than you expect.

V3:
Its very complicated.
V3:
Before you start, lets make sure you have the right clothing for meditation.

V1:
Ok.

V3:
A, B or C ?
V2:
Its none of the above.

Pause:

V2:
Wear what is comfortable to you. Wear what you are wearing now.

V4:
Weirdly:- they researched this – people who choose specific clothes for meditation prefer their meditation experience.

V3:
What about a wet suit ?

SOUND EFFECT: Groan

V1:
Where should you meditate ?

V3:-sarcastic
You need a ‘Meditation’ Chair. Which you can get from a meditation chair shop.

V3:
A, B or C ?
V2:
Obviously none of the above.
Sit, lie – you choose.

V4:
Try a few positions. And retry every now and again. Things can change

V1:
Can I change my position ?

V2:
Yes. Its your experience. Make it pleasant and you will love it.

V2:
We suggest sitting or lying in a reasonably symmetrical position but please do what pleases you..

V1:
When should you meditate ?

V3:
You must meditate at 6:30am to get the best effect.

V3:
A, B or C ?

V2:
That guy’s an idiot.
Meditate when you like.

V4:
Make your plans knowing that  meditation works its magic when its regular and sustained over time.

V2:
Habits have force so we suggest you choose times that you can turn into habits.

V4:
Like before a meal, like your first toilet visit at work, when you wake, on your way to work … those kind of times reinforce the habit.

V2:
Meditation will help you fall asleep so choose bed time for meditation only when its appropriate.

V1:
How do I meditate ?
How do I learn the technique ?

V3:
Its can takes years of effort to attain the correct technique.
Its very complicated.

V2:
No. No. No. It could not be more simple.

V2:
Its called guided meditation. There is a guide.
Listen to the guide.
That’s all you need to know.

V2:
You will be a master in 10 seconds if you have ears and are a human.

V1:
How often should I meditate?

V2:
The long term effects and the health effects occur if you meditate regularly.

V4:
What constitutes ‘regularly’ is debated. Try for  at least 3 times a week. Almost every day is better.  

V1:
How long do you meditate for at a time ?

V2:
Most scientific research is based on 20 or more minutes per  session

V4:
There is lots of anecdotal evidence suggests that 10 minutes per day can be effective.

V1:
What about distractions ?
Like an itch ?

V2:
If you want to then scratch the itch. If you don’t want to then ignore it.

V2:

Meditation is generally about observing rather than acting but there is no meditation police so by all means scratch away if that is what it takes to let go and get your focus back.

V3:
Farting is permitted.

V1:
Moving On

Pause:

V1:
Tell me about breathing
V1:

The reader breathes differently from me  ?
I cant breathe in for as long as they do.

V2:
Breath at your own pace and ignore the counting / pacing of the reader.

V1:
What happens if the pacing of the reader does not correspond to the pace at which you breath naturally ?
In other words their pauses are too long for me ?

V4:
Ideally your belly will be totally relaxed. Place a hand or both hands on your belly – it makes you more aware of the movement and depth of breath.

V2:
Breath through your nose or mouth. It doesn’t matter.

V1:
What happens if I don’t like the guided meditation I am listening to ?

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