Day 7 – Meditation for Anxiety

with Faith Hunter

This class is part of the 30 Day Meditation Challenge with Faith Hunter

  • 9 minutes
  • All
  • anxiety
  • Meditation
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The 30 Day Meditation Challenge

  1. Day 1 - Getting Started With Meditation (10 min )
  2. Day 2 - Breathing Meditation for Stress Relief (9 min )
  3. Day 3 - Meditation to Calm The Mind (10 min )
  4. Day 4 - How to Reduce Stress With Meditation (10 min )
  5. Day 5 - Calming the Mind with Visualization (14 min )
  6. Day 6 - Mindful Meditation ... Just Be (8 min )
  7. Day 7 - Meditation for Anxiety (9 min )
  8. Day 8 - How to Calm Your Mind (10 min )
  9. Day 9 - Reduce Anxiety with Yoga Meditation (9 min )
  10. Day 10 - Reduce Anxiety with Visualization (12 min )
  11. Day 11 - Asking Yourself Questions (10 min )
  12. Day 12 - How to Think Positively (13 min )
  13. Day 13 - Meditation for Goal Setting (9 min )
  14. Day 14 - Meditation for Inner Strength (10 min )
  15. Day 15 - Meditation for Courage (10 min )
  16. Day 16 - Meditation for Increasing Energy (11 min )
  17. Day 17 - Meditation for Knowing Your Worth (10 min )
  18. Day 18 - Meditation for Abundance (11 min )
  19. Day 19 - Meditation for Forgiveness (11 min )
  20. Day 20 - Meditation for Compassion (9 min )
  21. Day 21 - Meditation for Gratitude (13 min )
  22. Day 22 - Meditation for Openness (8 min )
  23. Day 23 - Meditation for Self-Love (9 min )
  24. Day 24 - Meditation to Heal Relationships (10 min )
  25. Day 25 - Deep Sleep Meditaton (12 min )
  26. Day 26 - Letting Go Meditation (8 min )
  27. Day 27 - Meditation and Restorative Yoga for Chest & Shoulders (12 min )
  28. Day 28 - Meditation and Restorative Yoga for the Hips (10 min )
  29. Day 29 - Meditation and Legs Up The Wall (10 min )
  30. Day 30 - Full Body Relaxation and Final Meditation (10 min )
Anxiety is the result of worry, stress and unease. The next few days Faith will focus on reducing anxiety with meditation. Today’s meditation will utilize the breath and subtle movement to tackle anxiety.

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