Bula, and welcome to the Pure Fiji Online Meditation Room.
At Pure Fiji we aim to promote the idea that beauty is more than skin deep, and that true wellness is something only achieved by maintaining the good health of body, mind and spirit.
Meditation is a very valuable tool to increase calm and focus, to release the hold of negative thoughts upon the body and release the intuitive gifts of inspiration and peace.
To assist you in making time for meditation throughout the day, we have provided these two "meditation rooms" online for you to utilise on your mediation breaks.
Note: Audio may take awhile to load, especially on slower connections. Also, on iPad/iPhone devices, you will need to click the audio play button to start audio once loaded.
- Taking any time out throughout the day is great for meditation, however, we recommend at least 5 minutes so that you can truly release the hold of frantic thoughts and tension upon your mind.
- Make sure you choose a comfortable chair for your meditation so that you will not be distracted by discomfort.
- Within our meditation rooms you will view peaceful images and a selection of meditative music. Enhance your meditation experience by enlisting your sense of smell as well. We recommend a room diffuser or wax melt in Island Bliss infusions or a Island Bliss room spray.
- If you find it difficult to quiet your mind for meditation, or you are new to the concept, please feel free to ease into meditation with this simple mindfulness exercise:
"Close your eyes and take a generous breath in through your nose. Do not strain yourself, but instead observe your breath and the reactions of your body as if you were a scientist encountering breathing for the very first time. Notice the feel of the air in your nose, down to your lungs. Take note of the way your ribs rise and fall, the movement of your belly and the effortless way that the air flows in and out of your body – peacefully delivering life-giving oxygen to every single cell... (Continue for as long as the meditation. If outside thoughts intrude, acknowledge them, but gently return your focus to your role as the scientist noting the minute reactions of your body to the act of breathing.)"