Meditation Infographic #5: Daily Walking Meditation

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Tips on How to Meditate:

Here is an infographic on how to do a daily walking meditation. Daily walking meditations, especially during the week outside in a garden or natural environment assists with refreshing the mind, providing a break to daily schedule and promoting well-being. It is a flexible tool that can be done anytime and will fit into any busy schedule plus it increases overall productivity!


Tip: Hold onto your mala beads or other focus tool during your walking meditation to keep your hands from fidgeting!


Public Domain photo credit: George Hodan.


-Good Vibes-

All Natural Spirit


Meditation Infographic #4: Aromatherapy Essential Oils


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Tips on How to Meditate:

Using aromatherapy alongside your daily meditation rituals are both relaxing and fun! By using different scents during each of your meditations (depending on the time of day) conditions your mind to ‘this is meditation time’ and smooths you into the session with ease. Light and happy notes can be use in the morning to freshen the mind for the day, the afternoon can make use of more herbal-based notes for a gentle revitalisation, whereas heavy scents can be used before bedtime. You can add the essential oils to an aromatherapy burner or apply an oil pre-mixed with a carrier to your hands before meditation.


I have listed in this infographic three essential oil recommendations during meditation:

  • Lemon for the mornings as a top note,
  • Lavender for the afternoon as a middle note,
  • Sandalwood for the evenings as a base note.


Tip: Whenever possible always buy reputable and sustainable products as these will contain the proper amounts of oil for an effective and long-lasting aromatherapy treatment!



  1. The Fragrant Pharmacy, A complete guide to Aromatherapy & Essential Oils. Valerie Ann Worwood. 1990. Bantam Books
  2. Everybody’s Aromotherapy, A complrehensive guide for All Ages. Helen Ranger. 2001. Tafelberg

Picture sources: BioLib Online Library of Biological Books & Wikimedia Commons
Disclaimer: Aromatherapy forms part of an holistic tress therapy routine and is not meant to replace medical treatments or doctor consultations.


– Smell Yourself Happy –

All Natural Spirit

Meditation Infographic #3: Musical Aids


Tips on How to Meditate:

Music can assist with reaching a meditative state and turns your focus inwards towards your breath. Here is a selection of three musical pieces composed by Adrian von Ziegler. They are most effective to use during the day with a set intention, but not during your morning (after waking) or evening (before bed) meditations. When you use them for creative thinking or observations of your thoughts, keep a pen and paper at hand to jot down any impressions. Review these afterwards and you’d be amazed at how inspiring some of the ideas can be. Pluto is my favourite and I use it first to get me in the mood, then I move on to either the Autumn Forest or Summer Isle.


Tip: Select musical pieces that are in harmony with your usual meditation time, for instance if you are a beginner, 5 minute pieces are preferred, whereas more advanced students could combine smaller pieces or select longer ones!



Here are the links:

Autumn Forest ( approximately 20 min)

Summer Isle (approximately 20 min)

Pluto (approximately 10 min)



-Good Vibes-

All Natural Spirit