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How to meditate – practical meditation guide for beginners – #GETZENWITHZOE


Hello my lovely friends! This video is a practical meditation guide for beginners. This is not a guided meditation, it’s
just my personal story and how I learned how to meditate. I will share with you
what the benefits of meditation are and few of my favorite apps, and how to learn how to meditate in silence, and how to close yourself from sound and from people. So just to be clear, I’m Zoë I’m not a Buddhist monk, I’m just trying to get a little bit more Zen in a very chaotic and messed-up world. You don’t need to look like a hippie or think spiritual stuff or whatever, it actually turned out that a lot of top managers, and entrepreneurs and successful people meditate daily, they use meditation to remain themselves, and keep themselves grounded. It’s actually one of my biggest wishes that people would see meditation
a little bit more like going to the gym. You go to the gym for your physical
health, and you could try to do meditation for your mental health, I do think this is a possibility as long as we normalize the meditation practice. So about my personal story, A few years ago I bought this book called “meditation for beginners” but I never read it. In the meantime, I read a few articles, I looked up some videos but I didn’t really know anything at all about it. But I started practicing. So there was this one day, where I just got up and realized that I
wanted to practice it so I got up, set in the cross-legged position, closed my eyes, and all I could think was “What the fuck?” “what the fuck am I doing?” and I think this is actually quite normal if you do it for the first time, you really don’t understand what you’re doing or what you should think or whatever but at least, I was practicing it! And it also shows you, that it won’t show the benefits right
away, it actually needs a lot of time, practice and perseverance to notice the
benefits having that little “what the fuck” moment isn’t weird, you just have to give in to it. The main thing that’s important to
realize when you start off maybe like that is just that your body and your
the mind is trying to learn to sit still and be silent. So it really took me two to three years to get used to meditation. And now three years later, I can say I’m honestly addicted if I don’t do it I miss it quite soon that’s because I noticed the difference throughout the day already immediately so, for instance, I’m quite calm people around me also notice it I mentally quite strong and calm, I don’t get frustrated easily,
I’m not irritated easily, I can handle it fine when people judge me, I don’t judge other people in general and these are just a few of the benefits but I have a few more. Ever since I started meditation, I noticed that I’m way calmer throughout
the whole day no matter how bad or chaotic the days may be my way of thinking is quite efficient, and there aren’t a lot of errors in my head
anymore you know so maybe you’ll recognize that you can get frustrated or annoyed quite easily during the day no matter what happens, you can get frustrated by the tiniest little things and meditation really helped me with not giving in to these feelings, and remaining calm. In general. I sleep very well but let’s say I set behind a laptop or a TV just before going to bed, and I
meditate for five to ten minutes just before going to bed, there we go again,
I become calmer again and then I sleep very well you just have this sort of peace over you after meditation and it really helps with just falling asleep
really easily I’m actually also a big fan of visualizing and writing down what I’m grateful for visualizing helps you with realizing what you would like to have in the future and writing down what you’re grateful for helps you with realizing where you came from. Meditation really fits in this picture because it really helps you with living in the now. By meditating you usually get very
conscious in where you are, Sometimes literally like the location or sometimes, in general, like in life. You can even get very conscious of little pains, or tension in your body and you can learn how to listen to it. Because of the effects that I just told you about, I constantly have the feeling that I’m in good balance so, of course, I want to have my finances in order, I want my house to be clean, I want the groceries to be done… Of course, it helps with feeling balanced
if those things are taken care of, But meditation helps you to feel balanced no
matter what happens. By meditating, You get very conscious in who you are or
what’s going on in your life, But you also really get your thoughts in order. Some people think that meditation is really thinking about nothing, and although it’s true in some way, it’s actually not possible all the time, this is only possible for a very short period of time, You will notice that there’s a lot of thoughts constantly all the time, the Buddhists even call this the monkey mind: we’re constantly chatting in our mind, but with meditation, you will learn
to see these thoughts as clouds drifting by, they just come and go, and by practicing it in this way you will train your brain, and you’ll get your thoughts in order quite well, especially when you do guided meditation, you get remembered quite often to listen to your breath so the exercises usually begin by breathing
in through the nose, and breathing out through the mouth, and you usually have to do this like five or ten times in a row, and then the meditation continues
with just breathing through the nose because of these breathing exercises, I’m usually way calmer throughout the day, and I remind myself to keep on
breathing at a normal pace, and by doing this, I experience way more peace and less stress throughout the day as well. The strange thing even is that I can
nowadays get rid of my hiccups when I have hiccups, I have breathing exercises and I get rid of them like in a few seconds, that’s crazy! I can imagine that you might think that meditation is doing nothing, Or like a status of falling asleep, but it’s actually the exact opposite: it’s actually making your conscious wide-awake therefore you become very alert on what’s going on in your life or what you want to do. So for instance attention, focus, dealing with stress, impulse control and self-consciousness will get developed way more because of meditation, and then, yes yes, last but not least, I don’t fear death anymore because of meditation, and this might sound like a vague one, but with meditation, you learn how to separate your thoughts, and therefore your mind from your body but there are actually many more benefits these are just a few and very much on a personal level for me, but scientific research by now has really shown that there are so many more beautiful benefits, for example, it appears that people are kinder to people, and it’s also a great way to learn how to accept yourself, so, therefore, it’s extremely personal what the benefits will be for you, and, therefore, you just need to start and practice it and you’ll probably notice one of these benefits for sure! Those little “what-the-fuck moments” that I just told you about are completely normal and you’ll probably have them as well but it’s completely fine to have them, you just have to accept that that’s the case and that it needs practice. But one of the main difficulties with starting with meditation, is that you have no idea what you’re doing, and therefore you probably have the feeling that you’re wasting your time, also because you don’t feel
the benefits yet, therefore, it’s so important that you really want this for yourself and that you keep on practicing for yourself, your intrinsic motivation has to be so high that you’re willing to give yourself the time to learn it. Okay, so here’s how you meditate when you’re trying to learn how to meditate, try to find a silent place where you can sit comfortable. You don’t need to sit in a Lotus or half Lotus, you can also just sit on a chair or you can even do it standing up. Lay your hands where you want them, so I usually do like this on my knees, just because I like the feeling of energy coming in, and that it feels open but you can also just easily put them on your lap, or on your knees, the main important thing is that they’re relaxed. Then you close your eyes, and you
listen to your breath. You can also start with what I just told you, breathing in through the nose and breathing out through the mouth for a few times in a row. But throughout the meditation you just meditate throughout the nose,
you’ll probably notice that you start breathing calmer because of this little exercise then you have to learn to see your thoughts as clouds. You might recognize the feeling that a thought is owning you, as if you’re just completely in that thought while, with meditating you sort of take a look at
your thought so usually you have a lot of thoughts and while meditating you notice that there’s a lot of thoughts all over, and if you see them as clouds you can just look at them and they just drift by, and they go away or they come
back, very important to realize is that you don’t judge your own thoughts while meditating, you just look at them, so as soon as you realize you’re in
the middle of the thought, you can sort of jump out of the thought again, and look at it again instead of being in the thought, so really try to see the thoughts as clouds, try to make your mind clear and keep the focus on your breath. Now, of course, you can do this for 5 min, for 10 min, for half an hour… it doesn’t really matter, but for beginners I would just say begin with 10 minutes each day maybe that’s even too long I know that for some people, that’s even so long. When I was in a very busy time in my life, I didn’t do it for 10 minutes every day but I did it for 5 minutes, and even that helped. You can also try it for 5 minutes that’s fine as well. After meditation, it’s nice to not get up right away, but take a look on how you’re actually feeling. Try to begin your day in a calm and easy way. And it’s fine if you do that only for
5 seconds, so if you’re a true beginner and you have that “what the fuck moment”, it is completely normal to have that, and the main important thing for
meditation is that you shouldn’t judge yourself, we’re all human beings we all have thoughts and we all have to deal with them, So it probably doesn’t feel so natural in the beginning, it probably maybe even feel uncomfortable to sit
still and try to listen to your consciousness, that’s because we’re used
to running all the time, that’s the monkey mind that I just told you about, we’re just chatting to ourselves, constantly. Even when we think we’re relaxing and we’re watching Netflix or whatever, we’re still running in our mind,
you never take a second to actually listen to yourself throughout the day
and this is just one at a moment to do it so that’s why I’m actually addicted
to it now because you will actually really see it as a little treat, you have so much more things clearing your mind that you will benefit from it every single day. But at first, you just have to get used to it. What’s really handy to realize is that we can get used to certain things if we do it consistently for three weeks in a row so it might be very handy for you to say to make it a challenge, for example, try to meditate every morning after waking up for 10 minutes for 21 days in a row if 10 minutes is too long make it 5, like I told you, you will probably feel the benefits, even from a few minutes every single day and who knows, you might like it? What can really help in learning how to meditate, is doing guided meditations. You can download so many good meditations apps in which people will guide you throughout the meditation. The person in the meditation can tell you what you could think of but also of course what you could not think of. Almost every meditation wants to make money out of the app, they usually have a free program
for beginners so that’s really useful and the nice thing about it is that you
can try it out you can listen to the voice, and if you like the voice of the person you can maybe purchase the extended version of the app the first app that I really like is Headspace. Headspace is a quite well-known meditation app, the nice thing about this app is that it’s a really modern app and that the design is really nice, and it’s a guy who will guide you, and the nice thing also is that there is no spa music in the background involved the trial program is called
take 10 in which you can do a 10 minute meditation for 10 days in a row, extra nice about this app is that it sometimes uses animation and videos as well, and it shows you how the mind works or how to sit or how to breathe. another app that I really like is called Stop, Breathe & Think, Also, the design of this one is
really awesome but it’s especially awesome because it asks you how you’re feeling, when you open the app it asks you how are you and then you can answer how you feel emotionally physically and mentally. The app does the math and gives you a few suggestion of meditation sessions that fit your mood the one short, the other longer, it also contains some nice texts about learning how to meditate, and it also has some other meditation
sessions about specific subjects such as falling asleep easily or getting
conscious of your breath also nice about this app is that you can include how you feel after the meditation so you will see your progression in statistics, it also shows how many more people are meditating and using the app at that same time, which can also be quite stimulating so another app that I really like is called Calm, it also has a program for beginners, but I mainly like this app if you’re one stage further So it also has scenes and unguided
meditation in which there is only a bell for like every five minutes for example, so it will keep you alert while doing an unguided
meditation I think Calm is a really good app in learning how to meditate in silence because meditation in silence for me is like the pure essence of what meditation is. Sometimes, I have the feeling that meditation with guided apps like this is more a way of mindfulness because they make you think about certain things as well which is also completely fine and it also teach you some basics about meditation But learning how to meditate in silence really makes you aware of your own consciousness I learned how to meditate in silence by simply doing it so like I just told you, in busy times I made it a habit to just meditate for 5 minutes in silence, 5 minutes maybe it doesn’t sound that long and of course in fact it really isn’t, but if you have a busy day, it can really still help you with becoming calm, and having a more productive day. I think because I started off small I got used to silence and I wanted more so because of meditation I really hear
myself now, and it’s basically the only time of the day that I am really with myself without any distraction. As soon as you end up in no man’s land, that’s sort of like a blank space in your brain, where you’re not thinking about anything,
you know that you’re truly meditating. And without a doubt, of course, there will
be another thought in no time but that’s just simply a part of the game. When I learned how to meditate I couldn’t really focus when there were people in the house, or when there was noise or sounds around me, I could only do it when it was completely silent so, therefore, a lot of circumstances kept me from doing it, until a friend of mine said, “why don’t you make a challenge of it?”, and that actually completely changed my mindset, I learned how to deal with people or
sounds around me while I meditate in silence, you just have to remember two
things acceptance and saying “fuck it” so for example when I was here in South
Africa, and I was only here for a few days and I met this girl, we went hiking,
she also liked meditation and we stumbled upon a beautiful waterfall and I was just thinking like “oh my god I have to do a little meditation here” so I said it to her that I would like to do it there, and it was actually the first time that I sort of did it with somebody else. Sounds so weird basically, it wasn’t weird at all, it was actually amazing and later on, we went together also to a collective meditation on Kemps Bay Beach which I also vlogged about and there were literally thousands of people there, and so many people were watching, and making videos and laughing about it, but I just couldn’t care less, all I could was “fuck it” The second main thing which is important to realize is to accept. So accept the noises that are
around you, if there’s construction work, if there’s a radio on, just accept that that’s part of life! After or during meditation, I usually realize that it’s so unique that I actually take only 10 minutes of my time to truly be silent for the whole day I mean that’s like nothing, and there’s so much noise around
you that it’s sort of extra, it makes you extra aware of how unique it is to be silent, just accept that it’s there don’t get irritated by it and just embrace it, you’ll see it will also help you have the same mindset throughout the day. Alright so that was it guys, I want to thank you all so much for watching! I really hope that this video was helpful for you, if so please leave a comment
down below, I would love to hear from you! I’m actually currently really making it
my little mission to normalize meditation as well, so if you like this video please give it a thumbs up and maybe share it with your friends or
family that could maybe also use it. Thank you so much for watching and I
hope to see you in the next one, Namaste bitches!

Jerry Heath

89 Comments

  1. Your tips are so helpful! Love this video. Could you do a "what's on my phone" video? I would really love to see the apps you're into and stuff.

  2. great video! I would like to add, that you can also do meditation laying down. Best if it is on the floor, but you could do it in you bed before sleeping. Basicaly you lay on you back, your whole spine, including your neck, touches the floor. Your arms are by your side, palms upwards. You put your feet together, and then let them fall apart. Then your whole body can be relaxed, if you think about each bodypart, you realize to release tension there. I was so suprised, you can even relax your scalp, forehead, face, eyes…beacause there is even tension there! I think it is called dead-position if I mirror translate my language 😀 but also savasana is the pro name 🙂
    love your videos!

  3. Really love the fact that you are trying to make meditation as something normal for everybody. So nice video 🙂

  4. Wowww your editing is so nice, beautiful video! The message too but I love the editing, way to go guapa! Thanks for sharing.

  5. the "what the f***" moment! 😂

    thanks for helping us learn how to
    take a second to listen to ourselves.

  6. Very good & helpful video for beginners! and I agree with you on everything xx Great job

  7. Thanks for this video! I've been struggling with anxiety (although I don't feel like I have a particularly hard situation I'm going through), my heart rate has been racing lately and I notice I can't stay calm very well even though everything is fine. I just tried the stop breathe and think app and really liked it. I will check out the other suggestions as well. Thanks!

  8. I'm definitely going to start this ..lovely way to start a new year! Thanks Zoe x

  9. I started doing yoga a year ago and fell in love with guided meditations a couple of months ago, now I'd like to learn to meditate without guidance.. I've noticed that I try to put it off mostly, not sure why.. insecurity I guess.. Also, it's really hard to sit up straight for a long time because of pain in my back.. I hope I'll be able to grow past that.. Anyways, thanks for doing this video, love this, and I love your style so much!!

  10. Thank you for your tips!! I'll start doing the challenge tomorrow! Meditation is part of my resolutions for this year! 🙏🏽💓

  11. Thank you so much for this video! It definitely gave me a more clear vision of meditation, and trust me I've watched so many video about it I cannot even count! Again thank you for being yourself and so clear about the topic! You gave me a boost to start even though I would like to ask you if you had moments where you've been lonely In your life (living alone, experience of work abroad, etc). I have been through this and I am still a bit afraid of complete silence around me, I'm still a bit affected but I really feel like starting meditating.

  12. While I was watching your other videos, I thought to myself – why haven't I still tried meditation? And then this video came up. It is a great tutorial for noobs like me. And you're very cute! 🙂 Thank you!

  13. Great video! I have been meditating for years on and off. Really great explanation

  14. Thank you so much for your help. Keep growing up. Blessings.

  15. Great video! I just find you by accident and it was for sure a fantastic coincidence. Thanks for taking your time to do this videos! Greets from Peru.

  16. I'm wondering, if you are having lots of problems, won't you focus on it and get stressed when you meditate?

  17. I'm going to try Stop, Breathe, & Think.  I can make time for 10 minutes when I wake up, before I do my yoga.  Thanks!

  18. Wonderful tips and I'm SO glad you suggested some apps! I've been really really wanting to get into a steady routine and this I think will help. I love the "Wtf" honesty!! You're a gem!

  19. this is awesome, I started to see your videos now and it's amazing how you passes to us a good vibe energy by tone of your voice. Im brazilian and can understand everything you said because its clear and really calm <3

  20. This video is so helpful, thank you!! I love the way you explain things and I don't know why but there's something about the lighting that makes the video very relaxing and calming to watch.

  21. Your voice is really relaxed. Congratulations! Hope I can manage to meditate as well 🙂

  22. I loved the way that you explain that. I lived in India for 6 months.. and i back to brazil in 2015. I had some time there for yoga, and for think about my body, my chakras as well..I did not know anything about this when I arrived, and actually i have to say to you is hard to start. I mean, for me. I am super anxious, and i cant stop to have a lot of thoughts. Sometimes bad thoughts.. But i mean, we are human and we have the both sides to think. So.. we have to choose the positive life. The positive mind. But i want to be more, i hope that this year i can do this more easily. Hahah xx Love and peace for you!

  23. Thank you so much for this, for a while now I have been wanting to start meditation. However I had no idea how idea how to begin, this is realistic. Love how real you keep it! 🙏🏽

  24. I'm so glad that I found your channel! I absolutely will try this because of my problem to sleep. I also hope that it will help me to "turn off " my brain for a few minutes.

  25. I discovered you yesterday and I truly like listening to you! I started working as 'digital nomad' lately.

  26. Whenever i do meditation and there is 'wtf' moment and I gave up. THx for the tips. I tried tons of times and failed but not anymore

  27. Hi Zoe. Just found your channel by accident but I'm glad I did. I've always wanted to try meditation especially now that I'm going through stress and changes in my life. Thank you for this information. I'm looking forward to using the apps you've suggested.
    Blessings to you!

  28. Hi, Zoe! Thank you so much for this video. For some time now I'm trying to meditate but there is always that feeling that I'm waisting my time. Listening to this video, I've changed my views about it. I didn't know about your chanel, fins it by accident and I'm really enjoying it! Wish you all the best! Kisses from Belgrade! :* :*

  29. It relaxes me so much listening to you! Im defenetely im going to try this hope it helps me with my anxiety and depression. I heard meditation its really good for that

  30. Really need things lyke dis in the moment, gladly found ur channel. Thanks for sharing!

  31. Gee, just listening to you calms me down. You seem like a very cool and balanced person. I hope meditating will help me chill the fc*k down too, I am a total angerball

  32. Where have you been my whole life?? Sending positive vibes and looking forward to seeing your channel grow <3

  33. Love the video! I listen to guided meditation sessions on youtube by Michael Sealey. I highly reccomend it :).

  34. Hi Zoë, I was wondering if you have heard of the "miracle morning" because it matches your morning routine quite well. There were more creators talking so positively about it that I like to give it a shot.

  35. Hi, Zoe. Thanks for the wonderful video!. I tried to medicate once, and I was, like, thinking 'what the f' all the time, so I just gave up. Your video, however, has changed my view. I started to take baby steps and the breathing tip turned out to be really helpful. Thanks again.

  36. I just started meditating and have the following thoughts: "What am I supposed to be thinking?"…."I should not be thinking…." …"Should I be thinking?"….:) I love all your videos, you're very calm and have an earthy/grounded quality about you. Keep up the videos! You're awesome!

  37. U make me try it, Im gonna see if I can follow the routine for 3weeks. Might be a problem with 4months baby but I have to try. I feel so drained and depressed at home lately. Maybe that will make me more energetic.
    F*ck it! 😀 (unfortunately can't use it when my baby cries :P)
    thanks for that video 🙂

  38. I'm so glad I found your channel, you seem like a beautiful person with a beautiful message and I cant wait to see more of your videos

  39. Zoë, love it how you managed to put all this into words! Big hug from another nomad Dutchie 🙂

  40. This video helped me so much in my learning process about meditation and I really recongnized that 'what the fack' moment hahaha. And I am so curious, where did you get that beautiful necklace?

  41. I was thinking of finding a video with guidance to meditation cause i'm a bit messy when i try to meditate. I listen to music so i know that by doing that i wasn't quite there yet.
    Your video popped up exactly when i needed it and it was very precise and informative as well. You did a good job Zoe. Thank you 🙂

  42. Just found this channel and yes! So glad! I'm just going through a hard time, just got back from an exchange year of high school abroad, and it's so hard to face home again. I read really good things about meditation! Think it can help me a lot! Let's try! Why not? Thank you!

  43. The way you speak is very relaxing. I tried meditating for five minutes right after I got up this morning for the first time ever… I loved it!! I usually go for my smartphone and spend more than an hour every morning, and meditating allowed me to be free from that habit. Although it was only for five minutes, it really helped me to be truly myself. I am looking forward to seeing what meditating can do, and hope I can become more aware of myself and my thoughts.

  44. Hi! Do you think is better to do it in the morning or before to go to the bed?
    Thank you for your videos!

  45. Great videos! I started meditatation this year. It helps me a looot, even if I don't do it daily. I try making it a daily habit.

  46. Thank you so much for that video! This is exactly what I need. It's weird, but I started meditate only 5 days ago, but I felt the effect of it immediately.

  47. Please checkout Alan Watts (philosopher) and some of his speeches. Great video! Nice guide 👍

  48. I just wanted to say that i love your videos. It's full of happiness and positives vibes, i'm learning a lot and it makes me happy. Thank you 🙏🏻🤗💕

  49. Really love this video, you covered so much , going to have my first "what the fuck moment " 😂 thanks for sharing

  50. Why in the hell I thought meditation was focusing on your thoughts or thinking abt something in particular 🤔 when it's the complete opposite

  51. Just found your channel! I have been meaning to begin meditating for a long time but have no idea where to begin. This is a big help and I can't wait to watch more videos!

  52. Hé Wild Child,
    Strange name you have. I'm probably 30 years older then you are, but I have the feeling you are more grown up as I am. I can learn so much listening to you…
    Anyway… I like your channel, and I share your love for meditation. I discovered TRE some time ago, and would like to share it with you. TRE stands for Tension Release Exercises. (Google on 'TRE psoas' and you will find lots of information)
    I'm from Holland just like you, and discovered TRE nearby Capetown, haha. For me it's a kind of meditation, coming home in the house where I live in: my own body. During the day I'm usually a quite rational. logical man, and sometimes not aware of what's going on in my life on a deeper level. I think this is pretty normal to everyone of us. TRE brings me back to another state of awareness, just like meditation does. And practicing TRE a few times a week, it makes me more stable, balanced in general.
    After doing a few simple fysical exerecises your body starts to 'shiver'. There is nothing strange about this, there are no incomprehensible theory behind it, and you can always stop the shivering if you don't feel comfortable with it, by simply stretching your legs.
    In the beginning this shivering felt strange, – and yes, it gave me exactly the same 'what the fuck'-moments you're talking about -but after a while I recognized it as releasing the stress I receive in everyday life. And releasing it in a very gentle and friendly way. Right now it is a part of my daily/weekly life, just like eating, sleeping and doing the laundry. It enriches my life, just like meditation does.
    TRE started with children having bad experiences in war-situations, and is being used now in all kinds of stressfull situations, like soldiers in wars, people with complex psychiatric problems, etc. Personnally I'm sure it has benefits for everyone of us. It's just a way to be friendly for yourself. I'm really curious what your experiences with TRE will be.

  53. I tried meditation once before but I had such a monkey-mind that I gave up almost immediately! I know I’m like a year late in watching this video but you’ve inspired me to give it a go again. I have anxiety and realise that continuous worry is exhausting, so I’m challenging myself to meditate for 10 minutes everyday for 3 weeks, and see if it makes a difference! Love this video, super calming 🙂

  54. Also try these nice reads ….. Practical Meditation and The way and goal of Rajyoga… these are from Brahma Kumaris (omshantistore).

  55. ABSOLUTELY LOVE!!! Had to all caps bc wow! All of your videos are amazing! I can't sit still to save my life and have been trying to figure out how to do exactly this! Thank you! Bless your beautiful soul!

  56. I've had to share your evening habits video on FB. I've seen 3 videos so far, and for real for real, THANK YOU from a PTSD suffering soul determined to be freakin' me again after waaaaay too long!

  57. You are so inspiring! I trully like your videos, they are so consistent! Keep up the good work! Thaks

  58. Hi Beautiful 🙂 amazing job with this video! I love to listen to you <3 I'm not very good with meditation (yet 😉 ) but I just found a new motivation to practice more! Thanks 😉 But I have a question. If you do silent meditation do you use an alarm to bring you back 'on time'? Usually during meditation I have no idea how much time I've been meditating already. In the evening the time usually doesn't matter that much, but in the morning – sure it does! So my idea was to use a phone with very gentle alarm. But from your other video I know that you don't use phone alarm, just the 'old fashion' traditional one, which can be very loud and quite violent… How you deal with that?
    Kisses from amazing Borneo <3

  59. OMG!! I'm back here to say thank you for sharing such good meditation apps! I'm into Headspace and I'm SURE it has changed my life since I starded it in January! Thanks again! Xoxo!

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