Guided Meditations for Couples
Enhance Your Relationship
You know how it goes. Love starts off hot. In the beginning, you feel so close that you can’t imagine life without your partner. But things change.
Life gets in the way. While you used to feel deeply and intimately connected, now you feel more like two ships passing in the night. Sometimes it feels like things will never be the same.
It’s Not Your Fault
You and your partner face more stress and distractions than any couples ever have in the history of the world. With work, finances, kids, tv, phones, deadlines, and tons of others stresses constantly on your mind, there is very little time to spend nurturing your relationship.
And, you’re not alone. Almost every couple faces these challenges today. Why do you think divorce and separation rates are so high?
Being in a relationship these days requires something more. But what is it?
The Missing Ingredient
The missing ingredient in your relationship is presence. Think about it for a minute. You love your partner and your partner loves you. But even when you’re together, your minds are miles away, stressing about deadlines and mortgages.
Without presence, your love falls flat. If your minds are miles away, your hearts can’t connect.
How to Bring Your Hearts Together
For thousands of years people all around the world have been practicing ways of cultivating presence and intimacy. It just so happens that these tools are more useful now than they ever have been before.
Meditation is a simple and powerful tool that anyone can practice. Guided meditation exercises are an amazing way to slow the mind and allow you to tune in with your heart.
And the best way to cultivate intimacy and to practice meditation is to do so with your partner. Practicing meditation and mindfulness exercises together are the ultimate way to connect at the level of your hearts.
Anyone can practice meditation–even people who have never tried it before. It isn’t as hard as you might think–especially if you have a teacher.
Loving Now: Guided Meditations for Couples
It will help you and your partner cultivate intimacy. Together, you’ll learn how to pause and be present to your own experience, while remaining open and loving toward one another.
These are real-world tools that have helped many couples develop the skills required to sustain love in today’s fast-paced world. You’ll learn the keys of mindfulness meditation and how to carry this state of mindful awareness into your interactions with your partner.
You’ll also learn how to practice metta meditation, which is a powerful meditation that is specifically designed to create and enhance intentions and feelings of loving kindness.
Loving Now will not only help you cultivate more love for your partner, but also more love for yourself.
The four exercises total almost 70 minutes in length. They’re available for immediate download–so you can begin connecting with your partner right now.
Please sample these guided meditations below.
1. Mindfulness Meditation (19:58)
2. Back-to-Back; Heart-to-Heart (10:08)
3. Metta Meditation (22:28)
4. Soul Connection (14:56)