(Last Updated On: November 15, 2019)

Want to make your recovery meditation even more effective to strengthening your spiritual practice? Follow these suggestions.

When you’re on the road to or in recovery, meditation can be a powerful tool.

It can help you focus on positive energy and let go of stressful thoughts, but it has even more benefits to offer.

Many people are intimidated by the thought of recovery meditation because it’s something they’ve never tried before.

We’ve got 5 tips to help you get the most out of your recovery meditation practice.

  1. Minimize Distractions Around You

It’s hard to truly be in the moment and get the most out of your meditation if you are constantly being distracted by a loud television in the next room or an annoying dripping tap that stops you from actually relaxing at all.

Choose a time when there are few possibilities for interruptions. Choose a guided meditation that is empowering or healing in nature for you.

The kids are always fine watching tv in the other room until you want 20 minutes to meditate. You may find it most beneficial to do your recovery meditation program either first thing in the morning or as the last thing at night.

This will help you focus for the day and have a clear and positive mindset as you start it. It’ll help you clear your mind of the stresses of the day and consider what aspects of it you are grateful for and what areas you could have improved on.


  1. Make Recovery Meditation a Priority

Make an appointment with yourself each day for your recovery meditation program. You don’t want it to be something you make as an option that can be dismissed if something more important comes along.

You can only reap the true benefits of recovery meditation if you do it consistently and give it a chance to make a difference in your life, your recovery, and your emotional energy.

  1. Get Comfortable 

You’ll be less distracted and get more out of your meditation if you can completely relax and don’t have physical influences, such as an itchy sweater, tight pants, or stiff neck from the position you’re in.

Lay down or sit in a position that will not require a lot of adjustments or fidgeting throughout your meditation. Have comfortable pillows under your neck and rest your hands at your side or on your thighs if you’re sitting with your feet on the floor.

  1. Try Headphones

If you find that it is hard to concentrate or get comfortable, you may wish to get headphones and listen to it while laying in bed.

You want to be comfortable and meditate, but at the same time, not falling asleep in the first five minutes of the exercise. This is especially true if you are doing it in the morning and need to start your day.

You don’t want to try and meditate while performing other tasks that demand your attention, such as driving. You can’t relax and it could be dangerous if you do.

  1. Permission to Let Go

Some listen to motivational meditation tapes while they jog or exercise, but this is to offer a different benefit that a meditation where you completely relax your physical and mental self to let go of any tension or stress that you are holding inside of you.

There are many recovery programs that can help you find the best options for your path to a healthier and happier life.

You can learn more here about ways to be successful in recovery while finding peace and reaching your full potential.

Recovery Meditation One Day at a Time

Take your recovery meditation program one day at a time and reflect on the impressions and lessons you learn during that quiet time.

Meditation will help you learn what you need to be happy and to find peace in your life.

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