Morning Meditations

Dive into the enriching world of morning meditation. Learn how this practice awakens tranquility and focus, setting your day on a positive path. Explore different types and master the art despite common hurdles. With morning meditation, every day starts mindfully and fulfilled.

Morning Meditations

Imagine starting your day in a state of tranquility, focus, and consciousness. Morning meditation offers exactly this transformative beginning. It peels away the grogginess of sleep and fuels your day with a clear purpose and awareness.

5-minute Morning Meditation

Practicing meditation has profound effects. It nurtures compassion, reduces judgment, steadies our emotional ship, and creates a heightened consciousness of our thoughts and actions. When such a powerful tool is harnessed in our morning routine, we depart from our monotonous, auto-pilot morning hustle and instead embrace a mindful, positive start.


Now, meditation at any hour is a boon. It anchors us in the present, making us cognizant of our doings, thoughts, and feelings at any given moment.

As we step away from the perpetual buzzing of our minds and center ourselves in the 'here and now,' we can better identify what triggers our emotions - happiness, stress, calmness, anxiety, excitement, nervousness, and so on, thereby shifting our perception of these stimuli.

Meditation offers us a respite from the ceaseless tide of thoughts we face daily. The argument for morning meditation, however, is that it frames your day in positivity. It enables you to engage in your tasks with a conscious focus, calmness, and presence.

While evening meditation aids in reflecting on the day passed, morning meditation ensures the smooth sailing of the day ahead.


Breathing meditation

Focus on the rhythm of your breath - the ebb and flow. This quietens the mind and dissipates any frantic feelings, inviting a sense of relaxed awareness into your day.

Mantra meditation

Repeating a word or series of phrases can instill desirable perspectives or emotions, such as compassion, gratitude, understanding, peace, or inner strength.

Guided meditation

If you lean towards structured meditations, guided ones are a perfect match for your morning practice. Here's more about guided meditation.

Walking meditation

If you have open spaces or need to walk in the morning, you can focus on the sensations of walking - the feeling of your feet on the ground, the brush of air against your skin, the sounds and sights around.

Mindfulness meditation

This prevalent form of meditation encourages living in the moment. You observe the birth and death of thoughts, the sensations in your body, and the emotions you experience, all without attachment or judgment.

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The Prayetic Morning Meditation

Prayetic, an online spiritual platform, offers versatile access to The Divine Hours by Phyllis Tickle through audio and written formats that suit your lifestyle, whether you're at home, commuting, or on a work break, ensuring the maintenance of your spiritual practice. Prayetic further enriches your spiritual journey with daily meditations, in audio and written forms, serving as a reflective companion to the prayer guide, fostering inner peace in your everyday life. Additionally, you're welcomed each day with a unique, carefully selected inspirational image, augmenting your spiritual exploration with feelings of tranquility, joy, and motivation.


Here are some common concerns about morning meditation:

  • I don’t have time
  • I can’t concentrate for that long
  • I don’t know how
  • It seems too “hippy” for me

To start your practice, all you need is:

  • A designated time to meditate
  • A serene spot
  • A comfortable sitting posture with a straight back

It's as simple as that to kickstart your morning meditation routine. There's nothing to lose, yet you stand to gain an enhanced quality of life. Experiment for a few days and see how you feel. Perhaps, an evening or lunchtime meditation suits you better. Or maybe, morning meditation is the change you've been seeking!