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A meditation can be defined as the act of giving your attention to only one thing, either as a religious activity or as a way of becoming calm and relaxed (Cambridge Dictionary, 2021). The practice of meditation can not only help you become a better version of yourself, it also focusses on becoming an expert in your own awareness. Meditation helps you develop and maintain a balanced sense of perspective in all aspects of your life, thus has the potential to benefit your overall sense of wellbeing. Meditation is not the practice of you trying to switch off your thoughts and feelings. On the contrary, meditation allows you to practice and learn to observe your thoughts and feelings without judgement in a calm and relaxed way.


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To help you ensure you stay calm, centred, relaxed and positive whilst trying to attract new love into your life, why not try listening and following some of the guided meditations? We have partnered with Baker Therapies and Training to enable our members to access a catalogue of meditation and hypnosis recordings on demand with a 25% discount on every track purchased. Members of Alpha Connect Matchmaking can also request bespoke meditation and hypnosis recordings from Baker Therapies and Training. For more information, please visit


Practicing regular meditation has been beneficial for many people in helping to alleviate stress and worry, control anxiety, enhance self-awareness, increase attention span and generate feelings of kindness and gratitude. Another great reason to practice regular meditation is the impact it will have on your perspective as well as help you regulate your emotions.

Practicing meditations is generally a completely natural state of mind - for most clients, it can be highly beneficial and relaxing. However, there are some possible contraindications, and clients who fall into these categories should not undergo any meditation sessions.



  • Epilepsy

  • Serious/current heart condition

  • Blood pressure (extremely high or low)

  • Depression

  • Elderly or frail

  • Persistent alcohol or drug abuse

  • Psychosis

  • Pregnancy - first trimester at least, 2nd trimester on GP's authority, 3rd trimester fine but still with GP's authority

  • Medication - dependent on medication involved, but those that cause drowsiness, have an hypnotic effect, alter the state of mind, are likely to be contraindicated


If in doubt, always consult a GP or a Physician.  



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