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Meditation practice is highly effective at unifying your mind, body and spirit.  Coupled with sound healing, the benefits are greatly enhanced.  

A guided meditation is a relaxation technique that involves the use of verbal instructions to help you focus your mind and create a specific calming mental image. The session can be done in a group or on your own, and you can choose to sit or lie down in a comfortable position.

Here is how a guided meditation session works:

1. Preparation: Find a quiet space where you won't be disturbed for the duration of the session. Turn off any electronic devices that may distract you. It is also helpful to dim the lights or use a candle to create a calming ambiance.

2. Relaxation: Begin by taking a few deep breaths and focusing on your body. Notice any tension you may be carrying and consciously release it. Allow your body to become increasingly relaxed with each breath.

3. Verbal guidance: I will guide you through the meditation, encouraging you to focus on your breath or a specific visual image. I may also provide cues to release tension in specific parts of your body.

4. Visualization: The guided meditation may ask you to visualize a peaceful scene or allow you to imagine a place where you feel calm and safe. This visualization will help you to shift your focus to a positive mental image that promotes relaxation.

5. Mindfulness: The aim of the guided meditation is to help you stay in a state of mindfulness, which means paying attention to the present moment without judgment. This state helps calm your mind and allow you to gain a sense of clarity and focus.

6. Conclusion: The session will conclude with a few moments of silence, encouraging you to stay in the present moment and maintain the feelings of calm and relaxation.

A guided meditation session provides a safe space for you to connect with your inner self, reduce stress, and create a positive mental outlook. With practice, you can experience a deeper sense of inner peace and enhance your overall well-being.

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