Master Happiness with Self-Guided MeditationĀ 

Enhance Focus, Reduce Stress, and Boost Productivity with Targeted Meditation Techniques.


Did you know that meditation doesn't always require sitting down?

You can choose between seated meditation and walking meditation, allowing you to practice in the way that suits you best.


You Can Create a HappierĀ Mind

To see results, meditate for 7 days - 5 minutes in the morning and 5 minutes at night:

  • Reduce Stress: Meditation helps lower stress levels, promoting a serene state of mind.
  • Enhance Peace and Calm: Regular practice cultivates a peaceful and calm demeanor.
  • Boost Decision-Making: Clearer thinking through meditation enhances your ability to make sound decisions.
  • Increase Self-Discipline and Focus: Improve productivity both at home and work by sharpening your focus and self-discipline.
  • Navigate Life's Challenges: Daily meditation equips you to handle life's ups and downs with a poised and reflective approach.
  • Live in the Present: Connect with the joy of the now, leaving behind past regrets and future worries.
  • AchieveĀ four beautiful happyĀ States: Maintain states of being Energetic, Focused, Peaceful, and Joyful.
  • Scientific Benefits: Meditation shifts your brain waves to the alpha spectrum, fostering a calmer mental state. Caring for your brain is crucial for overall wellbeing.

Meditation Techniques

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You Are Ready To Take Control of Your Mind?

Happiness Mountain has three powerful meditation techniques for you to practice. These are all self-guided. You are the guide of your mind. All the practices help you to work with your mind.:

  • The Focus Meditation technique improves your focus and concentration
  • The Clearance Meditation helps you identify and let go of negative thoughts
  • The Walking Meditation helps you be more present in daily activities

All these meditation techniques enhance your mindfulness.

Let's Dive In...


Focus Mediation

Preparation:Ā Sit comfortably. You can sit upright on a chair (it could be your work chair or any comfortable chair) or cross-legged on the floor, or adapt the lotus position if you can. Once you find a comfortable position, keep your back straight. Then, close your eyes.

Meditate: Start by paying attention to your breathing - inhale and exhale slowly. Feel the air going in and out of your nostrils. Don't breathe from your chest. Breathe from your stomach. Shallow breathing from the chest limits your oxygen intake and causes you to get tired during the day. This is a good opportunity to correct your breathing technique too.
The idea of focus meditation is to keep the mind focused on one thing. The human mind is like a monkey and likes to jump around with different thoughts. This practice will help you to bring your mind to focus on one simple thing which is inhale and exhale. This also helps you to stay in peace without doing anything. It helps to be in the present moment, reduces anxiety, and calms the mind down. It is like a good break for your brain.
Don't be discouraged if your mind goes into different thoughts at the beginning. When you meditate for 7 days or so, it will calm down. You can practice daily 5-minute focus meditation at any time of the day.


Clearance Meditation

Preparation: Sit down comfortably as noted in the focus meditation. You can close your eyes or keep them open with a soft gaze in one direction.

Meditate: Sit and pay attention to what is going on around you and within you. Your mind will automatically begin going into your thoughts about the day, work, something that happened, things you need to do, etc. Most people observe that their mind is full of noise. When you recognize that your mind is going into different thought chains, bring back your attention to surrounding sounds. After a while, the mind will go again into thoughts. You can say to yourself, ā€œRandom thoughts are stories in the head. They mean nothing,ā€ and once again return to paying attention to your surroundings. Slowly, the mind will calm down and start learning to stay in the present moment.
When you do this meditation, you will observe how busy your mind is and how many stories it creates. This practice will help you to identify and let go of your "random" thoughts about the past and future that do not serve your happiness. You can minimize the impact of negative thoughts once you start to recognize that they are stories in the head. Then, you can redirect your thoughts to happy and productive "intention"-driven thoughts. You become the master of your mind and a positive and happier person. To come to this state, daily meditation as a lifestyle practice is necessary. The Happiness Mountain App can help you to build this habit.


Walking Mediation

Preparation: Find a place where you can walk straight. It could be in your living room, corridor, or outdoor walk. If you can, remove your shoes. Stand straight. Feel yourself grounded.

Meditate: Place your hands on your stomach area. Right hand over the left hand. Find the exact position that is more comfortable for you. Gaze softly about six feet in front of you. Each time you breathe in and out, take one step forward. Feel your feet touching the ground. Keep the focus in your lower body. Walk slowly. Your movements should be controlled and make it very slow compared to when you walk regularly. When you slow down, your mind has to concentrate on the movement, and your mind stays in the present moment.
If your mind goes into thought chains, acknowledge them and bring your attention back to your walking. This practice helps you to become more present in your daily activities, and you can learn to appreciate each moment as it comes. You can use the Happiness Mountain App to practice this mediation daily..

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