Learn and maintain a regular practice with these free guided meditations. These guided meditations are for the beginner, novice and experienced practitioner. Whether you’re looking for assistance with your mindfulness practice, or are looking to reduce your stress and anxiety, Declutter The Mind offers various styles of meditation to suit the right goal of your practice.
Here’s where to start if you’re a beginner but also if you’re experienced, our meditation essentials collection will include courses and quick daily guided meditations.
Mindfulness meditation is the practice of focusing on the present to calm the monkey mind. This collection of guided meditations will serve as a reminder to focus on the breath and physical sensations whenever the mind wanders.
Thinking and focusing on the future can create a lot of anxious thoughts and anxiety. These guided meditations will help you focus on the present, as well as notice and let go of anxious thoughts.
Guided meditations to help you prepare for a good nights rest. Whether you’re suffering from insomnia, restless nights, or difficulty falling asleep, relax your body and clear your mind.
Mindfulness and regular meditation helps with anger management and better control of intense (and unproductive) emotions such as rage and resentment. Learn how to control your emotions in a healthy way by becoming interest in anger as an emotion, and the process of reducing it.
Use meditation to practice and improve your focus with guided meditations. Whether you’re looking to improve your focus for work, school, or daily tasks, meditation is like going to the gym for your mind.
Guided meditations aren’t the only way to meditate. Learn how to do unguided meditation using a meditation timer, and meditate anywhere when you need it the most.
Clear your mind fog and gain more clarity in your day-to-day life with a guided practice that helps you concentrate.
Start your morning on the right foot by incorporating a meditation practice into your morning routine.
Mindful walking around nature or in the city is a different way to practice mindfulness while being physically active. You don’t need to sit down in one spot to practice mindfulness. Get up and move!
Whether you’re having a hard time maintaining your concentration for long periods of time, or you’re struggling to concentrate at all, there’s a guided practice to teach you how to concentrate.
More to come
We’re constantly working to expand our collection and library of free guided meditations. To see our full, growing library, download our app on the App Store.