Communication is a core life skill. When you’re speaking to someone, ensuring that you both understand each other could make all the difference. Often enough, when people get mixed-up messages, it can lead to countless problems further down the line.
However, many people find it hard to get it right. You may not say what you mean every single time. Equally, you may misinterpret what someone else means when they are speaking to you. It can be something of a minefield. Needless to say, when you’re trying to connect with your loved ones, this can cause a real problem.
Learning the art of deep listening and being mindful every day is a start. The more you start to focus on your communication skills, the better they will become over time. But there are other ways that you can start to build upon this aspect of your life.
Fortunately, you can use meditation to boost your communication skills and help you grow your existing expertise. By incorporating meditation into your daily practice, you can clear your mind and become more open to what others have to say. Additionally, this practice will enable you to improve your listening and communication levels no end.
Benefits of this Meditation
Activates the Mercury power of communications
Helps you connect with your loved ones
Clears the mind and consciousness
Encourages feelings of relaxation and calm
Gives you clarity when it comes to new ideas
Leaves you open to clear, honest communication
How to do this Meditation
Are you ready to get started with this practice? This meditation for connecting with your loved ones is strikingly easy. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
Start by sitting in Easy Pose, or any position that feels comfortable to you. Keep your spine as straight as possible.
Throughout the meditation, touch your thumb and pinkie finger (Mercury) of one hand to the thumb and pinkie finger (Mercury) of the other hand.
Next, bend your ring fingers (Sun) into your palms, but ensure that they don’t touch them. Your index (Jupiter) and middle (Saturn) finders should be pointing upwards. Ensure that these fingers are straight and not touching one another.
During this session, you will listen to some relaxing music that helps you to meditate. You should play ‘Beloved God’, which is the first song on Singh Kaur’s Peace Lagoon.
When you are new to the meditation practice, you can get started with 11-minute sessions. Over time, as you gain confidence in this practice, you can move up to 31 minutes.
If you’re looking for a meditation to connect with your loved ones, trying this session is a great place to start. You may want to include the session as part of your daily self-care routine or simply use it when you need to do so. This meditation has great power and can help us unlock our inner tools for communication. Give it a go!